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Big Zuu: How I went from working at Nando’s to cooking for comedian Jimmy Carr

Cooking since childhood, self-taught cook and London grime artist Big Zuu believes in straightforward recipes with maximum flavour. Although his only professional cooking experience is working behind the grill at Nando’s, his no-fuss style, West African twists and food-truck crowd-pleasers led to him being snapped up to present his own Dave show, cooking for comedians including Jimmy Carr and Josh Widdicombe. His most popular recipes from the series now feature alongside other dishes from around the world in his new cookbook Big Zuu’s Big Eats, out this month.How would you describe your style of cooking?I’d say I’m a home cook...
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Emily Atack shades Jimmy Carr with brutal joke about comedian’s tax avoidance scandal

Emily Atack has taken a dig at Jimmy Carr’s 2012 tax avoidance scandal.Carr made headlines in 2012 after reports emerged that he used a legal tax-avoidance scheme – called K2 – that enables members to pay income tax rates as low as 1 per cent.The Inbetweeners star dug up Carr’s history when the pair appeared together on ITV’s Celebrity Juice last night (6 May). Guests on the programme, which also included Maya Jama and Eammon Holmes, were presented with a photo of Carr talking on the phone while wearing a racing suit on a race track. Host Keith Lemon asked the...
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Jimmy Carr

Jimmy Dean Carr, 60, of Lena, Ill. formerly of Monmouth, passed away at his home Saturday, April 10, 2021. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Cremation rites have been accorded. Jimmy was born Sept. 23, 1960 to James and Carol (Hute) Carr in Maquoketa. He...
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I Can See Your Voice EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Holden, Jimmy Carr and Alison Hammond lip-sync to Girls Aloud in honour of guest Nadine Coyle

In a first look at the next episode of I Can See Your Voice the judges are seen trying to impress Nadine Coyle with their lip-syncing skills. Host of the show Paddy McGuinness and the Celebrity Investigators Amanda Holden, Alison Hammond and Jimmy Carr mouth along to Girls Aloud track Something Kinda Ooooh, in honour of the guest music star who was one fifth of the girl group.
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Jimmy Carr shows off his youthful appearance after hair transplant and botox treatment as he discusses how his I Can See Your Voice jokes ended up 'on the cutting room floor'

He revealed last summer that he had undergone a hair transplant and had his teeth fixed, as well as getting botox treatment. And Jimmy Carr showed off his youthful appearance while he joined Alex Jones and Rylan Clark-Neal on Thursday's edition of The One Show. The comedian, 48, appeared on...
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Jimmy Carr makes cheeky jibe about Cheryl's singing ability as he claims she 'knows about lip-syncing' while talking to her bandmate Nadine Coyle on I Can See Your Voice

Jimmy Carr is set to poke fun at Cheryl's singing ability during the forthcoming episode of I Can See Your Voice, in scenes set to air on Saturday. The comedian, 48, is one of the judges on the new BBC game show which sees the stars help contestants guess which of the vocalists is a good singer without listening to their voice, instead watching them mime to tracks amongst other things.
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Has Jimmy Carr had plastic surgery? Hair transplant to teeth of I Can See Your Voice star

Has Jimmy Carr had plastic surgery? Viewers of I Can See Your Voice think that the comedian’s appearance has changed in 2021. Jimmy Carr is one of the judges on new BBC show I Can See Your Voice alongside Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden. Paddy McGuiness hosts the gameshow which sees contestants have to decide, based on looks, which of the singers are ‘good’ and ‘bad’.
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Jimmy Carr says he will ‘probably get cancelled’ when he returns to comedy after lockdown

Comedian Jimmy Carr says he will “probably get cancelled” when he goes back to doing comedy gigs as lockdown is eased.Carr has drawn criticism many times over the years for his controversial jokes, which have mocked people with Down’s Syndrome, amputee veterans and dwarfs, to name a few.Appearing on The Jonathan Ross show, Carr told the host: “Not being able to go out there and do what we normally do has been a challenge. They’re talking about June 21st – I’ve got gigs booked in from June 21st… god willing, that would be a return to normality…”He added: “I...