Everyone in Britain knows Jim Davidson but not everyone loves him. He is quite a controversial person. But we are here to change your mind. These reasons will convinse you that Mr. Davidson is worth being admired.
Rather just like Noel Edmonds, Davidson simply couldn’t accept that he previously been granted a couple decades of lavishly rewarded prime-period telly, and that it might have been the moment for another person to possess a go. Somebody, maybe, unburdened by years of pushing sensationally unfunny West Indian character Chalky White, or by chirpy memoir accounts of varied domestic violence incidents. “I poked her in the eye unintentionally,” ran one of these. “I basically went for the oral cavity. Thank heaven I overlooked, I’d possess fallen in. I simply took a playful punch. However, I trapped her drastically wrong. The second period I offered her a shiner. I threw a couple of keys which whacked her in the eye. Simply for a giggle, she retained blackening it up to create it seem worse.”
BBC’s Mr Sunday Evening
Within the 90s, Davidson reinvented himself as the BBC’s Mr Sunday Evening, with Big Break along with the Generation Game. Both programmes were eventually terminated and Davidson found himself out of fashion. He hasn’t been on tv set since, aside from a disastrous appearance on ITV certainty show Hell’s Kitchen, which he was thrown off for discussing “shirt-lifters” before the gay past YOUR GOVERNMENT contestant Brian Dowling. That appearance confirmed to his critics that Davidson was an unreconstructed bigot which is that open public understanding he explores in Stand Up and Be Counted. “I dipped into the notion of me and thought, let’s write about it,” he says. “It had been like having a chat with myself.”
Making a break
Having threatened to leave the country over various matters for years, Davidson finally made the break in 2004. Like a lot of people who believe passionately in individual freedom and a laissez-faire state and some other shit they don’t actually believe in, Jim moved to the United Arab Emirates for tax reasons. Lovely UAE. As Jim went on to reflect: “I may as well go to Dubai and be an ethnic minority there than wait five years till I become one here … There is no racism there … People there will take me at face value.” Ah. Well, if the UAE fancy a rebrand – and I note they might be in need of one – they could go with the slogan: “Wakanda for people like Jim Davidson.”
His Charity “Care After Combat” launched a new programme to help alcoholic veterans
Based at the renowned Burton Addiction Centre, veterans will be offered a 12-week residential treatment course. Davidson has made it all work.
So, what do you think about Mr. Davidson now?