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Miranda Hart Miranda Hart | 17:00 UK time, Monday, 29 November 2010

Stevie and Miranda

Week three already, well I never did. Now, my internet friends, this episode from the day I thought of the story has been called the 'sexi-pode'. Oh yes, my alter-ego actually gets some male attention this week.

So prepare for my attempt at romance.  Hopefully I will have pulled it off - as it very much were.  (Steady on, family show.)  

I can reveal that I have not one, not two, but three suitors in this episode. I know! It's almost embarrassing.  With an episode like that, there is a definite downside of having an eponymous sitcom, because I'll be in a meeting with a script editor who'll say "do we believe that man would try it on with Miranda?" And I have to go "I think Miranda has enough charm for him to be interested."  And it all gets a little surreal and awkward! 

But I can now divorce sitcom-Miranda from myself as it is definitely playing a character. Disclaimer:  very little or nothing is based on my real life, I promise you!

But hopefully the three suitors might be prophetic in my real life - that would be nice. Well, I hear George Clooney is still single for one, and I've always had a penchant for Tennis champ Goran Ivanisevic, if anyone knows him…

Hope you enjoy the 'sexi-pode'.

Miranda x  (@mermhart)

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  • Comment number 1.

    Hello everyone.....can anyone tell me WHAT the track was on the end of last weeks episode `Before i die`,it was by Billy Joel and thats all i know,its been driving me nuts since last Monday and can`t find it anywhere!,thank you.
    Regards Phil
    P.S Sarah Hadland is goooorgeous!lol.

  • Comment number 2.

    I haven't laughed at a show this much ever before. I am sitting here with my eyes watering and my stomach muscles aching! Brilliant!

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    This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the house rules. Explain.

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    All this user's posts have been removed.Why?

  • Comment number 5.

    Hello there chillybear1! The music used at the end of the episode in question was the instrumental break from the song 'Scenes from an Italian Restaurant' from Billy Joel's wonderful album 'The Stranger'. I too was delighted by the use of the track - Billy Joel's an artist who doesn't get nearly enough airplay over here, with the exception from Uptown Girl - which, while being a jolly little pop song, is woefully inadequate as a representative of the man's talents as a songwriter - don't you agree?


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