Has anyone else been paying attention to Blue being the UK's Eurovision entry? It's brilliant. The documentary on Saturday was one of the genuinely funniest things I've seen in ages - like a real-life Spinal Tap. And now they've had a feature in the Guardian, which has so many funny moments, I don't know where to start, but probably here:
..."We all have different fans," Duncan says. "I get a lot of the mums and the disabled children. A lot of my fans have got cerebral palsy, but you know what? I love children like that, and I love people who have got disabilities because I spent a lot of time in hospital with my grandparents when they were ill, and Mum was a nurse. It's just in my nature. I'm like a magnet to them, and I treat them like normal people so they latch on. I once had a launch party and there was a queue of disabled kids all in wheelchairs come to see me, and Sara [the band's manager] walked in and goes: 'What is it with you and disabled people?'