Carr jack­ing lands Alan in Dyer straits

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WE imag­ine there will be plenty of par­ties like Alan’s go­ing on all over the coun­try tonight. Ri­otous party games, great mu­sic, the host with the most do­ing his best to keep ev­ery­one en­ter­tained and the drink flow­ing, that awk­ward guest who doesn’t quite get the joke and the one that over­does it on the booze.

And Alan’s ex­trav­a­ganza has got all that and more.

He’ll be ap­pear­ing in var­i­ous guises dur­ing the evening, and no doubt the stu­dio au­di­ence will be get­ting in­volved in the fes­tiv­i­tiesvi­ties too. There will be live mu­sic from El­lie Gould­ing and The Vamps and a plethora of fa­mousa­mous faces join the Chatty Man to wel­comeme 2016 in style.

There’s the likes of DJ David Guetta,tta, Scary Spice Mel B, com­edy gi­ant Gre­greg Davies, model/ac­tress Kelly Brook and fun­ny­man Nish Ku­mar.

But let’s face it, most peo­ple will be tun­ing in to watch Danny Dyer. The EastEn­ders star made the pa­per­srs fol­low­ing the record­ing of the showw ear­lier this month, af­ter get­ting drunknk and let­ting his Cock­ney mouth run away with him.

Alan is known for his al­co­holic hos­pi­tal­ity, and it seems like Dan­nyy availed him­self of the booze globe with­ith gusto. And as it loos­ened his tongue,e, noth­ing and no-one was im­mune from­rom his boozed-up rant­ing, so it will be in­ter­est­ing to see what makes it in­too the fi­nal cut of the show.

Clearly not plan­ning on a Knight­hood­hood any­time soon, Danny in­sulted the royal fam­ily, the Prime Min­is­ter and... Onene Di­rec­tion.

And when Alan pre­sented Mel B with a tray of York­shire pud­dings, Danny had a nib­ble of a few be­fore chuck­ing them at the stu­dio au­di­ence.nce. Some­thing to prob­a­bly avoid at you­rur own house party…

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ALAN CARR’S NEW YEAR SPEC­STAC­U­LAR (Chan­nel, 4 9pm)

Danny Dyer, left, brings a con­tro­ver­sial el­e­mentel to Alan Carr’s lively New Year party

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