Piers Morgan's a lucky bloke. Since being sacked as editor of the Daily Mirror a few years ago he's never looked back. As my Gran would say "If he fell on the Coop - he'd land in the divi".
Piers writes about celebrities and hopes that someday one of them might like him a bit. I remember reading his article in Grazia magazine - there's no law against it.
Piers was sharing his celebrity insider knowledge by telling us who he likes (Posh and Gordon - no not that one - he loves his pal Mr Ramsey) and who he doesn't like (Keira and Robbie).
OK so I'm not a great fan of the Robster either - give me a nice juicy Jason Orange any day - but it was his reasons that made me mad.
Apparently, the trouble with Robbie Williams is that he's an only child - therefore he has a massive ego, is self centred, spoiled and insufferable.
Now, just like Chris Evans didn't choose to be ginger, I didn't choose to be an only child. And I think I'm OK. Friends B and D are also sans siblings.
We are all different.
B is sociable and charismatic, D is easy going and dozy. I'm a control freak drama queen - allegedly reformed
If you're an only child it's always about you. This might be good but it's usually not - no one else to take the blame or fulfil parental expectations.
As a child I was lucky - there were always kids knocking on the door saying 'Is Kaz coming out to play'? So I always had someone to boss about :0)
What do you think?
Are you an only one?
Do you like Julie Burchill?
Are you a victim of sibling rivalry?
Would you prefer Piers or Robbie for a brother?