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Saturday Morning's James Martin blames dyslexia as spotted dick blunder goes viral
James Martin declared that his dyslexia had gone viral, after a host of amused Instagrammers - including Lisa Snowdon - posted footage of him announcing he'd seen a "delicious looking dick".The 50-year-old blamed the blunder on his struggle to read the autocue. Luckily, James saw the funny side of it when he took to Instagram later, assuring his followers that fortunately the errors don't happen often."Ha ha it read on the autocue what a delicious looking dish from Rick now I'm going to make spotted dick and custard!" he explained."It doesn't happen often, thank God, but this is the day my dyslexia went live and viral!"Lisa Snowdon had reposted the clip, in which an Instagram humour site had jokingly praised it for being "the finest eleven seconds of television ever broadcast in the UK".As his followers brought out the tears of laughter emoji and Lisa Snowdon quipped: "Wish I'd seen this before bumping into @jamesmartinchef yesterday", James took the moment in good humour.Meanwhile, Holly Willoughby - who has also been open about her own battle with dyslexia - shared his latest book, Potato, with followers while making a mistake of her own."I mean you can't beet (sic) a potato," she exclaimed, thanking James for giving her a copy of the book after he returned to This Morning with her and Phillip Schofield.Last month, James also shared footage of himself signing an overwhelmingly huge amount of copies as he prepared for the launch.Followers jokingly quizzed him on whether his follow-up would be titled "Chips", as anticipation rose for his latest recipes.Meanwhile, James also advertised the Roux Scholarship on his account earlier in the week, promising that chefs from a diverse range of backgrounds would be welcomed in a
Will Mellor sparks 'worry' and Strictly final doubts from James Jordan 'Peaked too early'
James said: “I did, and I worry about that because I think that dance particularly suited him and it was so impressive for the first week.“I’m just not sure if we'll see Will in the final unless he delivers another 'Week One' moment sometime soon,” James added to Hello! magazine.Will recently opened up about how his father's death motivated him to go on Strictly and “create memories”.Appearing on This Morning last week, Will discussed his journey on the BBC contest with dance partner Nancy Xu.He candidly shared with hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield how "horrendous" it was to lose his father, Bill Mellor, from cancer and how it gave him the drive to sign up for Strictly.The actor said the show has given his mother, Shirley Mellor, something to focus on which is why he grabbed the opportunity to take part in the competition by the horns.Reflecting on losing his father, Will began: "It was a horrendous time for me and my family, as anyone who has lost someone will know. "You're left with memories and you know what, I just thought he lives in me now and I am just going to create memories."I am going to say yes to more things and I am just going to grab life and run with it, and do it in his name."Will explained his father's death has "really changed" his outlook on life.He also opened up about wanting to help his mother deal with her grief through his Strictly routines each week as he hopes to remain in the competition for as long as possible.  "For my mum, she lost my dad, her brother-in-law and her sister-in-law in one year, and it was such a tough time for us all," Will added. "But I was given this opportunity and I thought, I want to do it to create memories and look back and say we did that." Last weekend
Phillip Bryan Schofield (born 1 April 1962) is an English television presenter who works for ITV. He is currently the co-presenter of This Morning (2002–present) and Dancing on Ice (2006–2014, 2018–present) alongside Holly Willoughby. His other work for ITV includes All Star Mr & Mrs (2008–2016), The Cube (2009–2015), and 5 Gold Rings (2017–present). Schofield gained national attention working for the BBC, first as a continuity presenter for Children's BBC on weekdays from 1985 to 1987, then as a presenter on the children's Saturday morning magazine show Going Live! between September 1987 and April 1993.