News | Entertainment
30 Jul 2021 7:48
NZCity News
NZCity CalculatorReturn to NZCity

  • Start Page
  • Personalise
  • Sport
  • Weather
  • Finance
  • Shopping
  • Jobs
  • Horoscopes
  • Lotto Results
  • Photo Gallery
  • Site Gallery
  • TVNow
  • Dating
  • SearchNZ
  • NZSearch
  • Crime.co.nz
  • RugbyLeague
  • Make Home
  • About NZCity
  • Contact NZCity
  • Your Privacy
  • Advertising
  • Login
  • Join for Free

  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Greg James has been "kidnapped" in a stunt by BBC Radio 1 after he failed to show up to work after a night partying at the BRIT Awards

    The 34-year-old presenter was due to take to the airwaves at 6.30am for the 'Greg James Breakfast Show' on Wednesday (19.02.20) - but his colleague Adele Roberts had to fill the void instead, having hosted her own show from 4am


    Adele told Radio 1 listeners that Greg was "a dirty little no-show", adding that people were working frantically behind the scenes to track him down after a night of partying in London.

    She began the show: "Good morning everybody, it's Radio 1 Breakfast with Adele Roberts. I can't actually believe this is happening. Greg James is a no-show, a dirty little no-show ... has anyone seen him?"

    However, Greg has now given an update himself and revealed that listeners need to find out "who has got Greg" so he can be set free from the room he's being kept in, which he's been told is "the boss' place".

    In a video posted on his Twitter account, the DJ explained his whereabouts.

    He said: "OK, hello. Some explaining needs to be done.

    "Last night at the BRITs after-party, I was captured and put into a car, blindfolded and driven over an hour or so away to a building which contains this white room.

    "The only thing I was told is that I was being taken to 'the boss' place'. I've been captured and I am as in the dark as you are about all of this. I'm in the same stuff I was wearing last night at the BRITs. I've since learned that it's a thing called #WhosGotGreg and I've been sat all morning listening to everyone being like, 'He's drunk, he's overslept, he's been sacked.'

    "And I've been listening away and read all the stuff online and it's ridiculous.

    "It's called 'Who's Got Greg?' and this requires you to be the detectives and with me work out who from the BRITs captured me and took me here. If we work that out, I can escape. So please help me!"

    Adele had revealed she'd been keeping a close eye on all of her BBC colleagues in the aftermath of the BRITs via social media.

    She said: "I've been trying to keep an eye on all of our little Radio 1 chickens this morning.

    "The last time I saw him was on Grace, who used to work on Radio 1 Breakfast, on her Instagram about six hours ago, around midnight. If you do spot him please do send him our way. I saw a flash of him with Yannis from Foals."

    Adele later joked that she'd be having to fill the void for some of the other BBC presenters like Mollie King, Scott Mills and Nick Grimshaw, all of whom attended the awards after-parties.

    She quipped: "We can't find anybody, I'll be on for everybody!"

    However, by 8.30am, Adele was able to offer an update on Greg's whereabouts following his big night out in London.

    She revealed: "[Greg] is very much safe and sound and very much asleep at the moment."

    © 2021 Bang Showbiz, NZCity

     Other Entertainment News
     30 Jul: Katie Price has only ever paid for two of her boob jobs
     30 Jul: Jenna Dewan cried the first time she saw Steve Kazee
     30 Jul: Khloe Kardashian regrets obsessing about the "expectations" of other people
     29 Jul: Richard E Grant didn't want to catch COVID-19 from Prince Charles
     29 Jul: Robbie Williams is losing his hair
     29 Jul: Jessica Hart is having a baby boy
     29 Jul: Kerry Katona has accused her ex-husband Brian McFadden of trying to "control" her
     Top Stories

    RUGBY RUGBY
    A taste of Beervana appeals to the All Blacks coach More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    Wellington bus drivers have accepted a fourth pay offer after months of wrangling over their collective agreement More...



     Today's News

    Cycling:
    New Olympic pair champions Kerri Gowler and Grace Prendergast have one last race ahead of them to complete their Tokyo Games campaign 7:36

    Politics:
    The West Coast Regional Council's embattled chief executive has resigned 7:36

    International:
    China hopes it can snuff out a Delta-fuelled coronavirus outbreak with mass testing, longer quarantine and surveillance 7:26

    Entertainment:
    Katie Price has only ever paid for two of her boob jobs 7:16

    Swimming:
    Tokyo Olympics schedule for Friday: Here's when to watch the athletics, swimming and Matildas 7:06

    Entertainment:
    Jenna Dewan cried the first time she saw Steve Kazee 6:46

    Entertainment:
    Khloe Kardashian regrets obsessing about the "expectations" of other people 6:16

    Rugby:
    A taste of Beervana appeals to the All Blacks coach 5:26

    Law and Order:
    Christchurch Police want to hear from anyone who can help their investigation into the unexplained death of local woman Heather Foote 5:06

    Business:
    Wellington bus drivers have accepted a fourth pay offer after months of wrangling over their collective agreement 4:46


     News Search






    Power Search


    © 2021 New Zealand City Ltd