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Jamelia reunites with "ex-lover" on TV/ Max D Apology Vid

Not the type of thing I usually post, but this was hilarious!

So Jamelia was on popular BBC2 pop-quiz (don't know the actual genre) Never Mind The Buzzcocks. She was looking mighty fine as ever.

Let me pause there, I must admit, I never quite saw the hype with Jamelia as a pop star. I had her down as the black Kylie Minogue; someone the media hyped their beauty. May have been due to her music not being to my taste as well. Let's just say I take that all the way back!!! Definitely one of the hottest UK celebrities in the game. Unlike the beauty-yet-ever-so-annoying "mana mana mic MC" Alesha Dixon "H'inside!", the recently separated/soon-to-be-divorced "professional panelist" has an endearing, bubbly personality. Would wife at the drop of a hat.

Back to Buzzcocks, she was her usual stunning self - even though she tweeted she "looked like a hooker" - dressed in one black top with some see-through piece at the top displaying the plentiful cleaves and a short skirt. Sadly though, the desk got in the way so I could only see the top of those everlasting milk chocolate legs. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!! She looked so good I'd sacrifice part of my testosterone opening doors, paying half on dates, maybe even buying a rose (no scrub). Consider telling her how I feel about her one day. I'd consider writing a letter/an R&B song for her it's that deep.

Sorry, back on track, guess the ex-popstar round...



Click to watch full episode on the iPlayer.



How tense was that!?!? TV GOLD! When Winkleman introduced Pay As U Go, then Champage Dance played I thought "Wouldn't it be funny if..." by the time that ran through my head Maxwell's face was on my screen. Next thought was "Nah, it can't be, they wouldn't..." But oh yes they did!

For those who aren't familiar with the background, Maxwell D sold a sex-story on her in the News Of The World circa Superstar/when she was an A-list popstar. Told of taking her on a date in his £20k Mercedes-Benz, watching Gladiator on the built-in DVD player and having her jeans off in "10-15 seconds". There were alleged reports that involved famous gangs from Birmingham defending Jamelia's honour, but I can't confirm nor deny those.

I refuse to believe someone involved in making the show never knew. Of all the members in Pay As U Go. That's like Alesha Dixon/Javine on the Buzzcocks having to guess an ex-member of So Solid and them bringing out Harvey. Or bringing out Neutrino with Bradley from S Club on (that would be jokes). And of all episodes, why bring the Ranger out on this one? Look at the way he was rocking his shoulders, he was nervous.

To make matters worse, Maxwell D boasted of recording show on Facebook (people still use that?):

Maxwell D Ranger WAS A GUEST ON NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS TONIGHT!!!! WATCH OUT FOR IT ON BBC 2, THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER!!! 9/9:30............MAX IS BACK!!!!
October 20 at 4:45pm

After that embarrassment, why alert people to it? All publicity is good publicity is a myth, mate. In the famous words of the living legend, Bushkin from Heartless, th Pay As U Go "Nowhere, you're going nowhere... Lock off, ya credit dun!"

p.s. Follow Jamelia on Twitter, I reccomend her. She's down-to-earth, funny and doesn't look corny using Jamaican references. Her pics are always on point too. http://twitter.com/JameliaTweeties



That's her profile pic. Say. No. More.

UPDATE

Maxwell D Apologises

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