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Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment of 2020
Voting’s now closed, but we want you to join us on 6th June to find out which of these is crowned Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment 2020.
The nominees for the Virgin Media Must-See Moment of 2020 are:
Penelope is revealed as Lady Whistledown
Who is the mysterious Lady Whistledown? She’s rocked London’s high society by revealing their secrets in her scandal sheet, while keeping her identity concealed. But in the last episode, a dramatic flashback reveals to viewers that Lady Whistledown is none other than... Penelope Featherington!
Britain’s Got Talent
Diversity perform a routine inspired by the events of 2020
Diversity’s performance is an artistic interpretation of the events of 2020. Set to a medley of powerful music and using the viral poem, ‘The Great Realisation’, the performance portrays the coronavirus pandemic, the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Gray kills Chantelle
Gray has physically and psychologically abused his wife Chantelle for years – until now. Chantelle finally summons the courage she’s sought for so long and stands up to her abusive husband. Humiliated, Gray refuses to let Chantelle leave and, in a violent tussle, murders her.
Warning: this scene contains strong graphic violence that may cause distress.
Reactions to Boris Johnson’s press conference
The nation’s armchair critics offer up their opinions on the memorable moment a tousle-haired Boris Johnson returns to work after his battle with Covid-19. They become increasingly puzzled by the Government's plans for lockdown while debating the need for caution versus their desire to get down to the pub!
Luke Skywalker appears
Having rescued Grogu, the Mandalorian and his allies are trapped aboard Moff Gideon’s ship. As Dark Troopers close in, a mysterious hooded figure arrives and eliminates the droids with a green lightsaber. It’s Luke Skywalker, who’s come to take Grogu. Mando bids the Child a heart-breaking goodbye.
Nigella’s Cook, Eat, Repeat
Domestic goddess Nigella Lawson is busy in her kitchen making a divine-sounding brown butter colcannon. While adding a splash of milk to her potatoes, she baffles fans with some unusual pronunciation, explaining, “I still need to add a bit of milk which I’ve warmed in the mee-cro-wah-vay.
Voting is now closed
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