Michael’s HORROR show 😱 for unsuspecting couple ends in tears of joy – BBC

Michael’s HORROR show 😱 for unsuspecting couple ends in tears of joy – BBC


It is time to find out who will be tonight’s
Unexpected Star of the show! Wow. In a Big Show first,
ladies and gentlemen, we are surprising not
one, but two people. Tonight, a married couple will be
duetting as our Unexpected Stars. AUDIENCE MEMBER: Whoo!
Oh, good, that’s nice. So let’s meet tonight’s
Unexpected Stars, Daniel and Ailsa. They are both teachers, they are from Stirling in Scotland. There they are. He’s just confirmed his
nationality for us, there. There they are on their wedding day. They have been nominated
by their parents who are here in the theatre tonight, and they think, tonight, they are here to attend London’s
brand-new tourist attraction, a ghost train ride,
called the London Ghost Experience – but, of course, the London Ghost
Experience does not exist. It is an incredibly elaborate set-up
which I am now going to show you. It should pick me up
on the screen here. Wait there,
and wait for me to show up there. OK, so… CREAKING Ooh, that’s very spooky music…
Can you hear me? AUDIENCE: Yes. Very good. So, this is a very spooky room,
there’s cobwebs, there’s books – apparently this is all going
to collapse to give them a right little scream. There is an awaiting
mask and cloak here, which I will be explaining shortly. So, they’ll be led down here,
this way… ..and I’m a little bit apprehensive,
there are some feet down there, I don’t know how scary that is,
but anyway, we’ll find out. Through here. CLOCK CHIMES A chiming grandfather clock. Right, now, here we are,
this is quite scary. Hi, how are you? Don’t laugh, be scary. So, look, we can see
there’s a person here – so what are you going to do? Scream at them. Oh, well, do that to me
and let’s see if it’s frightening. Hold on. OK. I’ll pretend I don’t
know you’re there. SHE SCREAMS It turned out I did
know you were there, it actually wasn’t
that frightening – but anyway, thank you very much. What’s your name in real life?
Steph. And what do you do for a living?
Actress. Oh, brilliant. Perfect. So this is the exciting bit. We are now going to be led
onto this actual ghost train, I’m going to take my position here,
so they will sit down, of course, Ailsa and Daniel,
our married couple, and… You’re going to remain seated at all
times. Remain seated at all times. Hold on to the rail.
Thank you very much for that. Enjoy your ride. Thank you!
Here we go. APPLAUSE Right… ..and then you are going to go
absolutely bananas when they come out. OK, now, you might have noticed
in that room earlier on there was an awaiting
mask and cloak. I would like a member
of the audience to be a part of this haunted
house/ghost train experience. We’re already getting
some volunteers. Hands in the air, please. Right. Make a scary sound. Maybe an ooh? Ooh! That’s more encouraging
than frightening. That’s like, “You look amazing! “Whoo!” I’m coming round, I’m coming round. Frightening ooh? Ooh-ooh. That’s more getting
into a cold bath. OK. Oh, I like the look of you. Frightening ooh. Mwa-ha-ha-ha-haaa! What’s your name? Joseph. Come on. Come on. Oh, yes. Oh, ladies and gentlemen,
I’ve picked the right guy. Check this guy out. It’s Joseph. Joseph. Look at you. Joseph. This is very important. Because you never know when the sun
could burst through the roof of the theatre and it’s a good thing
you’ve got that covered. Yeah, I know. Joseph. How many times a day
do you watch Happy Days? # Monday, Tuesday, happy days # Wednesday, Thursday
happy days… # What do you do for a living, Joseph?
I’m a property manager. Oh, a property manager. Yes. So, what happens, they complain
about the things aren’t working, and they call Joseph?
Yes, they call me, and they… And then you just
show up at the door. “Hi.” It’s the Fonz. Thank you so much for doing this. Please don’t ruin it for us.
I won’t, I won’t. Just be really scary.
I’m going to take you round now. All right. Big hand for Joseph
as we take him out. Actually, you’re going to go –
take your sunglasses. OK. Joseph is all over that. Mwa-ha-ha-ha-haaa! He goes round when people’s
leases are running out, “Mwa-ha-ha-ha-haaa!”
“Aah! I’m going, I’m going.” This should be Joseph. Joseph, can you hear me? Yes, I can, Michael. Ooh, wow! That’s incredibly sinister. I think we can put the
sunglasses on, it might be creepier. Yes, pop those on, Joseph.
OK, I’ll try this. There’s a lot going on here. Better, better. They work. OK, all right. When our Unexpected Stars walk past,
I just need you to say, as sinisterly, as you can,
“Expect the unexpected.” Expect the unexpected. Mwa-ha-ha-ha-haaa! Yes, we’ll take that. All right, Joseph,
you’ve got this. Good luck, Joseph. Thank you. OK, Joseph is in
position, and we’re going to go live, now, to a room round the corner
which is the ticket office, it’s a fake room, it’s not real,
none of this is real, and that should be them – and there we have Ailsa and Daniel
waiting for their turn. Just outside that room
is an actress, Donna. She’s going to pretend she’s working
for a local radio station that is covering the opening
of this London Ghost Experience – and let’s send Donna in now. Donna, if you can hear me, just realise that’s a skeleton’s
head and scream very loudly. AAH! Say, “Sorry, I just hate
skinny people.” Sorry, I just hate skinny people. Go over and introduce yourself. Hello, I’m Donna,
I’m from Star FM, 89.2, and I’m covering this event
for the radio. And we’re going to go live soon, OK? Say, “I’m actually quite famous.” I’m actually quite famous. “Do you recognise me?” Do you recognise me? “Well, you might
recognise my voice.” Well, you might recognise my voice. “Ever been to the lift
at John Lewis?” Ever been to the lift at John Lewis? “Floor five, soft furnishings.” Floor five, soft furnishings. Yeah? OK. “So I’m here to cover
the London Ghost Experience.” OK, I’m here to cover
the London Ghost Experience. Can I ask you a little
favour before we go in? “I like to do live jingles.” I like to do live jingles. “So when I say Star,
can you say FM?” When I say Star, can you say FM? Can you say FM? OK, let’s practise that. Star. F. M. OK. “Can I ask for just
a notch more pizzazz?” OK, can I ask for
a lot more pizzazz? Is that OK? In fact, can you go F and then…
# M. # OK, can you go F and then…
# M. # Yes, OK? OK. Star. F. No. “OK, let’s swap it round, then.
You do the M.” We’ll just swap it round,
we’ll just swap it round. “Can I ask you just to hold the M,
until I put my hand up?” Can I just ask if you can hold
the M until I put my hand up? OK. Star. Star. F. # M… # OK, put your hand up. “Perfect.” Perfect. OK. Go live, count down
from five, go five… OK, five, four, three, two, one. “I’m live on Star…”
and then put it in their face. I’m live on Star… F. # M… # We’re live at the
London Ghost Experience. “And, yes, it is packed
with celebrities.” And, yes, it is packed
with celebrities. So many celebrities,
I can hardly move. I’ll be giving you all
the goss in just a minute. “On Star…” On Star… F. # M… # Thank you, OK. Thank you, thank you. Off air, off air. Give them a thumbs up. That’s great, guys.
Well done. Well done. Say to the producer,
“There are no celebrities, where are the celebrities?”
Where are the celebrities? Where are the celebrities?
There should be celebrities. Now say to the group,
“We do this all the time “on the radio, so don’t worry.” We do this all the time
on the radio, so don’t worry. “Can anybody here do
a celebrity impression?” Can anyone here do
a celebrity impression? Can you? I can try… Who? Jimmy Carr. Jimmy Carr, perfect. Write that down. Any others? Any others? Tom Daley? Great. Great. Write that down. OK, perfect. OK, can you do any? No. And you? No. Not at all.
No. Not at all. “Where are you from?”
Where are you from? Scotland. Scotland. “Perfect.”
Oh, perfect. “Scottish celebrities.” Scottish celebrities. And now count back five… Five, four, three, two, one. “We’re back and live
at the London Ghost Experience.” We’re back and live
at the London Ghost Experience, I’m here with Jimmy Carr! Hi, Jimmy. Hello, I’m Jimmy Carr. HE LAUGHS LIKE JIMMY CARR “Are you frightened of ghosts,
Jimmy?” Are you frightened of ghosts, Jimmy? Absolutely not, I can just scare
them off with my laugh, it’s really, really easy. “And look who’s just walked in.” Oh, and look who’s just
looked walked in. “Tom Daley.” Tom Daley! Yeah, oh, my God,
it’s so good to be here, I’m just really, really excited. Wow, yeah, Tom Daley. So many big stars here tonight. “Oh, my God, Sir Andy Murray.” Oh, my God.
We’ve got Sir Andy Murray! “How are you?” How are you? DEADPAN: I’m actually very good. I’ve really hurt my elbow, so I thought I would come
down to London for a bit of a break, you see? “You don’t sound very excited.” You don’t sound very excited. This is my natural voice
all the time. This is me, very excited. “And Lorraine Kelly’s here.” And now we have Lorraine Kelly
is here! Hi, Lorraine, how are you? Good, thanks. How are you? “Are you excited
about the experience?” Are you excited
about the experience? Yes. I’m excited. “Brilliant.” Yes. Brilliant, great. “Thank you very much.”
Thank you very, very much. “What an incredible room
full of celebrities.” What an incredible room
full of celebrities. “With Rat In The Kitchen,
it’s UB40.” With Rat In The Kitchen, it’s UB40. OK. He’s loving that! Daniel’s a bit of
a character, isn’t he? All right, that’s very good. OK, it’s nearly time
to bring them up. We’ve got one final detail. I’m actually going to be waiting
for them, as they come up, just for an extra little surprise. So, don’t make a noise,
and then this is all going to happen and we’re going to give Daniel
and Ailsa a very, very big surprise. All right, let’s do it,
let’s bring them up. Ladies and gentlemen… Come with me, for your
nightmare to begin. In order, please, in order.
In order. I don’t even know what… Were you four? Yeah. Be stood here in a line, please. Welcome to the
London Ghost Experience. Oh, my God! Expect the unexpected! Mwa-ha-ha-ha-haaa! THEY SCREAM Oh, God! Oh, my God. Oh… Just get the pictures. Stop pulling me back! Sorry! THEY SCREAM No! Number one and number two,
please take your seats. Oh, my God! Oh, God, guys! Please remain seated at all times. Hold on to the handrail,
and enjoy your ride. Good luck! AUDIENCE CHEERS Oh, my God! Ladies and gentlemen, it’s the
Unexpected Stars of tonight’s show! It’s Daniel and Ailsa! Come on, Daniel. SCOTTISH ACCENT: Look,
it’s your dad over there, there’s your mum and dad. Oh, my God. Come on, Ailsa. Oh, my goodness. What on earth? What’s happening? Guys, you’ve been set up. You are here tonight…
Yeah, I know that! Unexpected Stars of the show.
Oh, my God. Yes – none of that is real,
everything’s been set up, we’re so glad you’re here,
we were expecting Andy Murray, but we’ve got… Well done. Right, guys, how are
you feeling right now? That is more of a surprise
then you were anticipating. Just a bit, yeah. And what about you, Ailsa,
how are you feeling? I’m actually a little bit relieved. You were terrified
about what was in store. So you aren’t here to go
on the London Ghost Experience, you are here for a very
different reason – you are here because your family think you’re incredible
singers and performers. Singing together,
and you are going to be something called the Unexpected Stars
of the show. There’s a whole huge… I’ve never seen such fear
in people’s eyes in my life. There’s a huge performance
all worked out and choreographed, you’ve got outfits and everything, you’ll be coming back on this very
stage at the end of the show, and performing not only
for all these people but for the millions of people
watching at home on BBC One. Now, Ailsa, you’re a little bit
worried about this. I’d like to assure you
that everybody in this theatre is totally behind you and
rooting for you – is that not right? AUDIENCE CHEERS We’re all rooting for you. All I need to do, and this is
legally binding, is to ask you if you will be tonight’s
Unexpected Stars of the show. Yes. Yes? Oh, it’s going to happen! AUDIENCE CHEERS Ladies and gentlemen,
it’s Daniel and Ailsa, our Unexpected Stars of the show. OK. Off you go here,
you will be collected and we’ll see you again at the end. One more time for Daniel and Ailsa. Wow. It looks could kill, right at end. Ladies and gentlemen,
the time has come, it’s our Unexpected Stars
of the show, it is our first married couple,
singing for you tonight, Ailsa and Daniel! # Never knew I could feel like this # Like I’ve never seen
the sky before # Want to vanish inside your kiss # Every day I love you
more and more # Listen to my heart # Can you hear it sing? # Telling me to give you everything # Seasons may change # Winter to spring # But I love you # Until the end of time # Come what may CHEERING AND APPLAUSE # Come what may # I will love you # Until my dying day # Oh, come what may # Come what may # I will love you… # I will love you # Suddenly the world seems
such a perfect place # Come what may # Come what may # I will love you # Until my dying day. # CHEERING

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