Russell Brand had to be moved from ’uncomfortable’ Lily Allen by Jonathan Ross
18th September 2023

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Jonathan Ross switched places with Lily Allen after she was seated next to “two of the best c**k’s men” Russell Brand and Noel Fielding over a decade ago.

In the unearthed clip that has circulated on Twitter, the veteran TV presenter can be seen suggesting the Smile singer would be safer sitting next to “sexless” comedians David Mitchell and Rob Brydon.

Jonathan Ross says of Lily being sat by Russell and Noel: “You have put a very sexually attractive young lady near two of the best c**k’s men in the business.”

The camera then panned to the comedians looking very uncomfortable in their chairs while grinning.

Jonathan continued: “Look already they’re spinning round in their chairs. I’m going to insist as a king of uncle figure in Lily’s life that she moves over there because obviously, that’s the sexless zone.”

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“Then Lily might go home with her dress still on,” he added.

However, Noel was quick to defend his and Russell’s reputation and said: “How dare you, we’re not rapists.”

Host of the show, Jimmy Carr joked: “Why are you wearing a cape if you’re not a rapist.”

Noel Fielding responded: “It’s my Jack The Ripper cape. He wasn’t a rapist, he was just a ….”

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Russell Brand interjected: “Serial murderer.”

The clip has now had 828 views on Twitter and was shared by a user who remarked on how “uncomfortable” Lily appeared in the footage.

It comes as Russell has been accused of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse at the height of his fame in an investigation by The Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches.

The media outlets have detailed allegations from four women who have come forward with claims about incidents taking place between 2006 and 2013.

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At the time Russell, now 48, was a presenter on BBC Radio 2 and Channel 4 and he had starred in several Hollywood films.

He has denied all allegations against him, saying he “absolutely refuted” the claims put to him by The Sunday Times and Channel 4 in their investigation.

One of the women interviewed in the joint investigation alleged Russell raped her in his Los Angeles home. A second alleged he assaulted her when he was 31 and she was 16 – and still at school.

A third alleged sexual assault in Los Angeles and a fourth described being sexually assaulted by the star, and him being “physically and emotionally abusive” towards her.

The performer shared a video statement denying “criminal” and “very serious” allegations, which he said had been put to him in the form of a letter and email from an unnamed television programme and newspaper.

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