Well, Cliff Richard, he sang on Center Court at Wimbledon, so I think when we can have the crowds back at football stadiums, we need to get you behind the microphone at Spurs for a few tunes. As the cameras returned to the BBC Breakfast studio, it was plain to see how much Simon’s words meant to Glenn.
Louise and Dan let out a laugh before the former added: “We didn’t mean to make a grown man cry.” The Grandfather Clock star also added during the chat he still has no idea who his fellow performers were, expressing his excitement to see who is unmasked next week.
Many fans rushed to the comments section of Dan’s post to offer their thoughts on which home charging options he should take a look at. However, one Twitter user was less than impressed and accused Dan of “looking for a company to come and provide his option for free” by sharing his query about the environmentally friendly cars on social media.
Dan Walker hosts BBC Breakfast alongside Louise Min chin (Image: WENT) The Top 10 most followed on Twitter (Image: EXPRESS)“You decide not to....looking for a company to come and provide your option for free.
As viewers tune in to Breakfast at 6am, Dan and his co-star Louise Min chin have already been awake for the best part of three hours. Dan replied to the social media user: “I grabbed a power hour of kip this afternoon.
As it stands, the rule reads: “Exercise with your household (or support bubble) or one other person, this should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.” Taking to the social media site, Dan believed a little more explanation should be given to those who are unsure of how local they should be staying, as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to rise daily.
Fans rushed to the comments section to share their views, with many believing 'local' means walking to and from your home. But some recognized that those who live in the countryside may have to travel miles to their nearest shop, so for them their local area is a lot larger than that of others.
Someone else believed it was a choice people were making to travel further afield, and suggested they know they're pushing their luck. Top 10 most followed Twitter accounts (Image: EXPRESS) Dan hit back, insisting that it wouldn't harm in the police having more clarity when there have been numerous debates on the issue.
“I agree with you but when a senior police officer is talking about 'woolly laws' and saying they want clarity from the government on the issue, it’s a relevant question to ask...” he said. The confusion also stemmed from claims that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was reportedly spotted cycling seven miles from his home.
He was accused of hypocrisy by a Labor MP, after it was claimed Mr Johnson was seen at the Olympic Park in east London on Sunday afternoon, with a witness telling PA news agency: “When I realized the person looked like Boris I cycled past them to hear his voice and be sure it’s him. A Downing Street spokesman declined to comment on the matter when asked about it at a Westminster briefing.
“But, you should stay local, you should not go from one side of a country to another, potentially taking the virus with you.” Dan Walker, 43, was forced to prove viewers wrong after he was criticized for his wardrobe choice on Wednesday morning.
While she was inundated with possible suggestions that poked fun at the fact Dan was ignoring her request for a picture, one spotted a problem with his lower half. One fan complained, but it wasn't long before the presenter responded with proof.
Dan Walker issues 'urgent clarification' after causing stir with 'niche' reference on BBC Breakfast (Image: BBC)”I am NOT wearing white socks. He shared an image of his socks that matched nicely with his dark blue suit and shoes, keeping the color co-ordination at bay.
Top 10 most followed Twitter accounts (Image: EXPRESS)It comes after Dan impressed a viewer with his film knowledge, after he quoted a line from the 1992 horror movie, The Army of Darkness. Taking to social media, the BBC viewer commended the presenter for his “supreme” expertise, which Dan admitted was just “niche”.
Maybe the day will soon come where Duncan discuss his movie favorites to his heart's content! BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker took to Twitter and shared a video of a VE Day celebration where members of the public took part in a street party.
The 43-year-old praised the group for their vocal abilities but questioned the rules on social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. It comes as the small group gathered in the street to sing along to Vera Lynn's We'll Meet Again to mark VE Day.
BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker reveals 'struggle' amid show announcement (Image: WENT) Prime Minister Boris Johnson is believed to be relaxing some measures to open garden centers and give people more freedom to exercise.
The entire wall is lined with shelves displaying everything from books to footballs and Star Wars memorabilia. “Don’t care what’s on the shelf as long as Winnie makes an appearance every week,” a third person added.
The BBC Breakfast star took to Twitter this week to share a sweet revelation about his eldest child, Suzie, as he prepared to front the early morning show. Newsreader Dan is a proud father to three young children: son Joe, and two daughters Susanna and Jessica.
He married wife Sarah in 2001 after they met while studying at the University of Sheffield, where Dan graduated with a Master’s degree in broadcast journalism in 1999. The doting dad has been the face of BBC Breakfast for the past five years, fronting the show from Monday to Wednesday.
“That's it, bye,” Dan said, before he was quickly corrected by Louise, leaving the pair in fits of giggles. The father-of-three later took to Twitter to apologize for disrupting viewers' mornings, as he wrote, “I went a bit early” alongside a crying laughing face emoji.