VIDEO: Bill Bailey reveals if there'll be a Never Mind The Buzzcocks reunion
26 December 2018, 10:00 | Updated: 26 December 2018, 10:01
The comedian told Radio X's Gordon Smart about the chances of the hit comedy panel show being revived.
Bill Bailey has revealed whether he thinks there will ever be a Never Mind The Buzzcocks reunion.
The musical comedian and actor - who's currently on stage at London's Wyndham Theatre for his Larks In Transit show - spoke to Radio X's Gordon Smart about his residency, his new DVD and some of his career highlights so far.
Asked by Radio X's Gordon Smart if there's ever a chance of reuniting for Never Mind The Buzzcocks - the quiz show in which he featured with the likes of Phil Jupitus, Simon Amstell and Mark Lamarr - he replied: "I don't know.
"You know, nearly we were all in the same place. Me, Mark (Lamarr) and Phil (Jupitus), and we thought 'Oh we nearly had a sort of weird reunion."
He added: "I don't know. I work a lot with Mark Lamarr and we write together and we often sit around and reminisce about Buzzcocks and what a laugh it was.
"So I don't know, but if it happens I'll let you know."
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Bailey also recalled the iconic moment Preston from The Ordinary Boys stormed off the show.
Asked about his most greatest moment on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Bailey replied: "There were many. When Preston walked out, it was a bit of a strange moment..."
He added: "I think the thing was Simon Amstell had been sort of goading him and Preston he was a nice lad.
"He'd been on the show before, and he was kind of just a guy in band you know from The Ordinary Boys, which was fine."
Watch the moment it all unfolded here:
The QI star continued: "He was kind of down to earth and then it all got a little bit starry, like 'Well you can't talk to me like that'.
"So when he walked off, I knew he'd walked off for real. And everyone else was like 'Nah, this is a stunt'. No, no he'd gone."
Talking about their decision to replace the Boys Will Be Boys singer with a random member of the crowd, he added: "I just thought, 'We can't do this show with an empty seat,' so I just thought 'We need someone who looks like him.'
"So I took the decision to get someone out of the audience..."