Hugh Grant is notable for starring repeatedly in films where he continually plays a slightly more charming version himself that are only successful because of the writers and directors involved and the fact that certain women find that foppy-haired, public school boy look and accent charming.
He’s also remembered for getting a blowie from a Hollywood street-walker named Divine Brown when he was in a supposedly serious relationship with Liz Hurley and getting into hot water for throwing baked beans at a paparazzi photographer outside his London home a few years ago.
His rapid descent into humourless f-ckville as he nears the upper end of middle-age has now been sealed with an appearance on America’s The Daily Show which ended in him being banned from the show for life.
The host Jon Stewart explained the none-too-surprising reason yesterday: ‘He’s giving everyone s*** the whole time, and he’s a big pain in the a**. And we’ve had dictators on the show.’
He was also rude to staff at the show which is a trait I loathe in a person but the most ugly thing of all about him is the way he talks about his baby daughter Tabitha, 1.
Hugh, 52, openly admits that he’s ‘not sure’ that his firstborn child has changed his life but adds that he likes her ‘very much’.
Ugh if I had a Tupperware box full of baked beans handy, I’d love to throw it at him right now.
Just as you can tell a lot about people who don’t treat dogs with unconditional love and kindness, people who become parents no matter what the circumstances are and then treat their children indifferently are soul-less and destined to die old and alone only to be found when the smell starts disturbing the neighbours.