Jason Donovan surprises Alison Hammond in BED in all leather look as she tells cameras to leave them to it during Michael McIntyre’s Midnight Game Show
Alison Hammond fulfilled her lifelong dream when she ‘married’ Jason Donovan during Saturday’s episode of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
This Morning host Alison, 48, was spotted in bed with singer Jason, 55, as they re-enacted an episode of Blind Date with comedian Michael, 47, who plays the show’s late presenter Cilla Black.
Alison was in fact in line to appear on Blind Date before entering the Big Brother house in 2002 and turning down the opportunity to appear on the reality show that shot her to fame instead.
With a pink screen between Alison and Jason as they both lay on her bed at home after prankster Michael visited her for his show, Jason put on a fake accent and gave her clues to help her guess who it was next to wash her
Alison quickly guessed and revealed she wished she had married Jason when he played Scott Robinson in Australian soap Neighbors and his character married Kylie Minogue’s Charlene Robinson in 1987, much to the amusement of viewers.
Alison Hammond achieved her lifelong dream when she ‘married’ Jason Donovan on Saturday’s episode of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show
This Morning’s host Alison was spotted in bed with singer Jason as they parodied an episode of Blind Date with comedian Michael posing as the show’s late presenter Cilla Black.
Many members of the audience at home took to social media to express their joy at Alison realizing it was Jason in her home.
One person wrote on Twitter: ‘@AlisonHammond I’m soooo jealous you were in bed with the leather clad @JDonOfficial!!! The perfect midnight treat!’
Another person wrote: ‘Jason Donovan in Alison Hammond’s bed is the best thing I’ve ever seen. God, I LOVE Michael McIntyre.
While someone else shared: ‘#thebigshow LOL So, so funny with @AlisonHammond. Haven’t laughed so hard in ages… since last week’s show! Just what we need to get us through a bleak, gray winter. Well done @McInTweet You are the king of Saturday nights!’
Another viewer posted: ‘The brilliant @AlisonHammond is just comedy gold.’
And someone else said: ‘That was just THE BEST TV I’ve seen in a long time!!! This was absolutely brilliant and just completely beautiful, fun and brilliant to watch!!! Awesome!!!!’
‘@MMBigShow Cry Laugh at midnight game show! @AlisonHammond is an absolute legend! The girl is a national treasure,’ wrote another viewer.
While someone else shared: ‘Alison Hammond on Michael McIntyre’s Midnight Game Show is a MOOD. I love her.’
Alison was actually in line to appear on Blind Date before entering the Big Brother house in 2002 (the late Cilla Black hosted Blind Date in 2002)
Alison said she wished it was her who married Jason’s character Scott Robinson in Australian soap Neighbors when he married Kylie Minogu’s Charlene Robinson in 1987 (pictured)
Many members of the audience at home took to social media to express their delight at Alison realizing it was Jason in her home
After their blind date, Michael welcomed Alison into his TV studio and gave her a framed picture of Jason as his Neighbors character Scott Robinson with his bride, Kylie Minogue’s character Charlene Robinson, at their 1987 show wedding, with Alison ‘s face above Kylie’s.
Alison was startled when Michael and his camera crew woke her up and asked her to take part in the fun game for his show.
A stunned Alison asked Michael: ‘What time is it?’, to which Big Brother narrator Marcus Bentley, 56, appeared and told her: ‘I.30am’.
Alison, who first shot to fame on Big Brother in 2002, said: ‘Marcus, hi Marcus’, before telling Michael: ‘I love this show. Babes, I don’t have any makeup on.’
To which he told her: ‘Don’t worry, we have a brilliant group for you.’
Alison’s hairstylist and makeup artist then swooped in and gave her a 30 second makeover, while Marcus counted down the clock.
Last Saturday, viewers were left in tears after a major American singer’s surprise appearance in the episode.
Alison was startled when Michael and his camera crew woke her up and asked her to take part in the fun game for his show
Singer LeAnn Rimes (41) took the stage and wowed audiences with her popular song How Do I Live alongside the ‘unexpected star of the show’.
This week the unexpected star of the show was mother-of-two and music lover Sarah who in 2012 was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
On the show she thought she was attended a Country Western bar, but actually went backstage for Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, where she was surprised by LeAnn.
Her performance with LeAnn received a standing ovation, while many watching at home were left in tears.
One wrote in response: ‘Can’t lie, that duet with Sarah and @leannrimes brought a tear to my eye… some action!’
Another wrote: ‘Anyone else watching #MichaelMcIntyresBigShow and blowing uncontrollably at the Unexpected Star,’
A stunned Alison asked Michael: ‘What time is it?’, after which Big Brother narrator Marcus Bentley, 56, appeared and told her: ‘I.30am’
Alison’s hairstylist and makeup artist then swooped in and gave her a 30 second makeover, while Marcus counted down the clock
Last Saturday, viewers were left in tears after LeAnn Rimes (41) (left) took to the stage and wowed audiences with How Do I Live alongside ‘unexpected star of the show’ Sarah (right)
Viewers at home were left in tears at the emotional scenes on stage
A third added: ‘Oh Michael @MMBigShow #Michaelmcintyresbigshow What a great ‘star of the show, show’ with beautiful Sarah and @leannrimes. I’m still full of emotion.’
Someone else posted: ‘Sarah was absolutely sensational! Best star of the show, show yet. And love Leanne Rimes! It should be released as a single with both of them singing.’
After LeAnn wrote on Instagram: ‘surprise!!! after hearing sarah’s story i started planning with the @bbc and @michaelmcintyresbigshow to create a special moment she will never forget. i’m not sure who cried more… if you missed it you can watch our duet on @bbciplayer.’
Michael McIntyre’s Big Show airs on BBC iPlayer and BBC One on Saturday at 8.10pm.