GMB: Peter Crouch crashes Abbey Clancy’s interview
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Former footballer Peter Crouch, 40, admitted there are some TV shows that he absolutely will not watch… unless his wife Abbey Clancy takes control of the remote – which, ironically enough, he admitted she “can’t work”. “She has to call me and ask how to put the telly on,” he laughed in a new interview.
How soul destroying was that?
Lockdown saw plenty of us rinse Netflix and most streaming sites of box sets, films and pretty much anything we could set our eyes on to keep us entertained and away from intense boredom.
But there are still some shows that the striker will refuse to sit through, remembering one of the lowest times in his life where he was forced to watch ITV’s Love Island in his back garden.
Remembering very clearly, a bitter Peter told of how Abbey got her way.
“I’m not into reality TV but Abbey loves it,” he said.
“I hired one of the huge screens from the Isle of Wight festival to watch the 2018 World Cup in the garden.
“It was great until England got knocked out and Abbey insisted on watching Love Island on it.”
He giggled, telling Radio Times: “How soul destroying was that?
“The World Cup final’s on and I’m watching Love Island on the biggest telly you’ve ever seen.
“That was a low point in my life.”
The former England sportsman is set to debut of his new show Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live, which airs on Friday on BBC.
During a chat with OK! Magazine, he giggled when he was quizzed on the couple’s “fantastic relationship”.
“Well, she’s highly critical, so she’ll pick holes in whatever I do,” he chuckled.
“But she’ll 100 per cent be coming down to the studio at Wembley, especially if there’s a bar as well!”
Peter’s full interview is available to read now in Radio Times.
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