Jennifer Saunders is amazing. She is hilarious, she is a comic genius, she's incredibly smart, she sings like a motherfucking boss, and she's off the charts, totally banging hot. Yes, you read that right. Jennifer: I would.
I am completely obsessed with this woman. I love watching her appearance on Top Gear, her funny bits with Dawn French (who is also very cool), not to mention AB FAB. "Sweetie, darling!" Love it. I wish she would give more interviews, but sadly she's quite shy, even though she fucking rocks. Her lap around the race track on Top Gear was so much win, I was like, fuck to the yes, she's faster than all those guys. Gordon Ramsay, SUCK IT.
I cannot wait to see Viva Forever, the Spice Girls musical, which Jennifer has written the script for. I mean, that HAS to be awesome. Hopefully Patrick will come up from Cornwall to go see it with me and Gabby.
Oh my god, we saw Margaret Cho this Sunday, and she is too cool for words. Her impressions of her mother are the best. Also, her facial expressions - priceless! I love how much of a fag hag she is. She also bared her ass to show us the tattoos on her butt cheeks. She then proceeded to shake her ass so it would look like her tattoos were talking to each other, or laughing, or whatever. It was hilarious. It's funny how she seems so loud and outspoken onstage, and then when you meet her after the show she's all quiet and sweet. Aw, she's so adorable. When she saw us standing around there waiting, she immediately walked up to us and was like "hi, thanks for coming!" and when I held my arm up and pointed at my bracelets and said "we were here last year as well, and we loved it so much we had to see you again. We're the ones with the bracelets", her response to this was "oh yeah! I still have mine!" and when I was like "oh wow, seriously? How cool" she was like "yeah, I totally still have mine!" Love her.
It is now reading week, so there are no lectures. I should have been studying, but instead I've spent my week so far hanging around with Gabby. Last night we went out with Patrick, though, as he was here for his graduation which was this morning. He's already on his way back to Cornwall, which is sad, as I wish he would have stayed a bit longer. At least we got to see him and have some fun while he was here!
Gabby, Lyndon and I are going to the British Museum tomorrow, which should be interesting. We also might pop into the Cartoon Museum, as apparently that is nearby. I haven't been to many museums in this city yet, so I'm looking forward it. I really need to visit more museums, like the Victoria and Albert one and the National Gallery. I've been to the National Portrait Gallery once, as well as the Tate Modern (which is full of ridiculous pieces of "art"), but that's about it.
I also miss going to the theatre. I went to see Les Miserables with my mum and sister, but that's all I've seen for the past few months, and there are so many shows I would like to see. I really hope I get my loan soon! The whole mess with my one failed module has just created a lot of obstacles for me, one being of the financial kind. At least my dad is there to save me, love him for that. I wouldn't have managed without him.
I really want to go see Louise Dearman as Elphaba. It will be strange, as I've already seen her as Glinda and that's who she is to me. I just don't think you can be both. I am intrigued to see Louise's take on this part, though.
Well, that's all for now. I shall now return to my piles of laundry. Hope you are all having a good week.
A Norwegian girl in London