Katie’s big fat waste of time

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FOR months now Katie Hop­kins has been boast­ing about how she re­cently got de­lib­er­ately fat in or­der to get thin again – prov­ing that there is no great mys­tery to weight loss. We then dis­cover in

on TLC that she put on about three stone. Three stone?! I did that dur­ing Christ­mas din­ner.

She ba­si­cally grew a bit of a gut and a dou­ble chin – then went around try­ing to make out she was Jabba the Hut off

Like ev­ery­thing about this ridicu­lous woman DAME Judi Dench was never off the telly over Chrimbo.

She was crack­ing as James Bond’s boss in Sky­fall but even bet­ter as the saucy Mrs Sil­ver in the heart­warm­ing BBC1 film Esio Trot.

Talk about flash­ing the cleav­age! She went from “M” to “DD”.

The story was about an old geezer who charms Mrs Sil­ver by help­ing to make her beloved pet tor­toise dou­ble in size.

In re­turn he has some­thing old and wrin­kled which he hopes she can help him to grow. it was a stor m in a tea cup. But, de­spite the weight gain, most def­i­nitely not a D cup.

Hop­kins her­self knew it was a load of old garbage. That is why she tried to spice things up oc­ca­sion­ally by say­ing some­thing nasty about real fat­ties.

“I would rather be put down than be Nicky ,” she said of some 40-stone Amer­i­can whop­per.

Well, duh! If you weighed 40-stone, luv, I’d have to put you down.

In fact, I doubt I could pick you up in the first place. BBC1 guff Frank Si­na­tra Our Way. Frank Si­na­tra? No way. ITV sit­com Birds of a Feather gave a nod to the classic Dad’s Army line “Don’t tell him, Pike!” in the first episode of the new se­ries.

That is like Crazy Frog drop­ping some Mozart into his next tune.

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