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Celebrity Show-Off: Tori Spelling plays ALL of the Beverly Hills 90210 characters

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Tori Spelling revisited her TV roots in a remake of Beverly Hills 90210 on Tuesday’s episode of Celebrity Show-Off.

The FOX program ran from 1990 to 2000, and was produced by Tori’s father, Aaron Spelling.

In her revamp, dubbed ‘Beverly Hills 9021-Oz,’ the 47-year-old actress got into character again as the chaste, innocent Donna Martin, along with EVERY other character of the hit series.

Remake: Tori Spelling revisited her TV roots in a remake of Beverly Hills 90210 on Tuesday’s episode of Celebrity Show-off

Remake: Tori Spelling revisited her TV roots in a remake of Beverly Hills 90210 on Tuesday’s episode of Celebrity Show-off

Remake: Tori Spelling revisited her TV roots in a remake of Beverly Hills 90210 on Tuesday’s episode of Celebrity Show-off

Every character: In her revamp, dubbed ‘Beverly Hills 9021-Oz,’ the 47-year-old actress got into character again as the chaste, innocent Donna Martin, along with EVERY other character of the hit series

Every character: In her revamp, dubbed ‘Beverly Hills 9021-Oz,’ the 47-year-old actress got into character again as the chaste, innocent Donna Martin, along with EVERY other character of the hit series

Every character: In her revamp, dubbed ‘Beverly Hills 9021-Oz,’ the 47-year-old actress got into character again as the chaste, innocent Donna Martin, along with EVERY other character of the hit series

Every character: In her revamp, dubbed ‘Beverly Hills 9021-Oz,’ the 47-year-old actress got into character again as the chaste, innocent Donna Martin, along with EVERY other character of the hit series

Every character: In her revamp, dubbed ‘Beverly Hills 9021-Oz,’ the 47-year-old actress got into character again as the chaste, innocent Donna Martin, along with EVERY other character of the hit series

While hanging out at her Hidden Hills, California, home planning a ‘Peach Pit pop-up party,’ Tori fell down a flight of stairs and ended up having a fantastic dream.

She spiraled into a Wizard of Oz-like world in which she was once again portraying high schooler Donna, and even wearing her sunflower-themed outfits.

Tori made an appearance as all of the other main characters on the show, wearing ridiculous wigs, using old catchphrases and trying to mimic their costumes.

Tori falls: While hanging out at her Hidden Hills, California, home planning a ‘Peach Pit pop-up party,’ Tori fell down a flight of stairs and ended up having a fantastic dream

Tori falls: While hanging out at her Hidden Hills, California, home planning a ‘Peach Pit pop-up party,’ Tori fell down a flight of stairs and ended up having a fantastic dream

Tori falls: While hanging out at her Hidden Hills, California, home planning a ‘Peach Pit pop-up party,’ Tori fell down a flight of stairs and ended up having a fantastic dream

Sunflower: She spiraled into a Wizard of Oz-like world in which she was once again portraying high schooler Donna, and even wearing her sunflower-themed outfits

Sunflower: She spiraled into a Wizard of Oz-like world in which she was once again portraying high schooler Donna, and even wearing her sunflower-themed outfits

Sunflower: She spiraled into a Wizard of Oz-like world in which she was once again portraying high schooler Donna, and even wearing her sunflower-themed outfits

She had ‘Kelly Taylor’ and ‘Brenda Walsh’ once again show up in the same dress, made ‘Steve Sanders’ kiss his own biceps, and ate ‘brains’ as Donna did in Paris.

‘Donna Martin regurgitates!’ the entire ‘cast’ chanted, echoing the show’s famous line, ‘Donna Martin graduates!’

Tori then clicked her red heels to get back home to her real life with husband Dean McDermott and their five kids.

Same dress: She had ‘Kelly Taylor’ and ‘Brenda Walsh’ once again show up in the same dress, made ‘Steve Sanders’ kiss his own biceps, and ate ‘brains’ as Donna did in Paris

Same dress: She had ‘Kelly Taylor’ and ‘Brenda Walsh’ once again show up in the same dress, made ‘Steve Sanders’ kiss his own biceps, and ate ‘brains’ as Donna did in Paris

Same dress: She had ‘Kelly Taylor’ and ‘Brenda Walsh’ once again show up in the same dress, made ‘Steve Sanders’ kiss his own biceps, and ate ‘brains’ as Donna did in Paris

Same dress: She had ‘Kelly Taylor’ and ‘Brenda Walsh’ once again show up in the same dress, made ‘Steve Sanders’ kiss his own biceps, and ate ‘brains’ as Donna did in Paris

Same dress: She had ‘Kelly Taylor’ and ‘Brenda Walsh’ once again show up in the same dress, made ‘Steve Sanders’ kiss his own biceps, and ate ‘brains’ as Donna did in Paris

Chant: ‘Donna Martin regurgitates!’ the entire ‘cast’ chanted, echoing the show’s famous line, ‘Donna Martin graduates!'

Chant: ‘Donna Martin regurgitates!’ the entire ‘cast’ chanted, echoing the show’s famous line, ‘Donna Martin graduates!'

Chant: ‘Donna Martin regurgitates!’ the entire ‘cast’ chanted, echoing the show’s famous line, ‘Donna Martin graduates!’

Heels: Tori then clicked her red heels to get back home to her real life with husband Dean McDermott and their five kids

Heels: Tori then clicked her red heels to get back home to her real life with husband Dean McDermott and their five kids

Heels: Tori then clicked her red heels to get back home to her real life with husband Dean McDermott and their five kids

She awoke on the floor where she’d fallen as another 1990s character knocked on her door: Blossom, originally played by Celebrity Show-off host Mayim Bialik, 44.

‘Sorry,’ Tori-as-Blossom said. ‘I think I have the wrong address.’

‘Not even the right zip code,’ the real Tori returned, still lying on the floor.

Awoke: She awoke on the floor where she’d fallen as another 1990s character knocked on her door: Blossom, originally played by Celebrity Show-off host Mayim Bialik, 44

Awoke: She awoke on the floor where she’d fallen as another 1990s character knocked on her door: Blossom, originally played by Celebrity Show-off host Mayim Bialik, 44

Awoke: She awoke on the floor where she’d fallen as another 1990s character knocked on her door: Blossom, originally played by Celebrity Show-off host Mayim Bialik, 44

Cameo: ‘Sorry,’ Tori-as-Blossom said. ‘I think I have the wrong address'

Cameo: ‘Sorry,’ Tori-as-Blossom said. ‘I think I have the wrong address'

Cameo: ‘Sorry,’ Tori-as-Blossom said. ‘I think I have the wrong address’

Her fellow celebrities loved the show, which combined nostalgia and laughs.

‘Tori, you did amazing on the impersonations,’ said cheerleader Gabi Butler, 22. ‘I really felt like you were getting into character.’

Gabi, the star of Netflix’s hit show Cheer, wasn’t as lucky this week.

Gabi praises: ‘Tori, you did amazing on the impersonations,’ said cheerleader Gabi Butler, 22. ‘I really felt like you were getting into character'

Gabi praises: ‘Tori, you did amazing on the impersonations,’ said cheerleader Gabi Butler, 22. ‘I really felt like you were getting into character'

Gabi praises: ‘Tori, you did amazing on the impersonations,’ said cheerleader Gabi Butler, 22. ‘I really felt like you were getting into character’

Not  lucky: Gabi, the star of Netflix’s hit show Cheer, wasn’t as lucky this week.

Not  lucky: Gabi, the star of Netflix’s hit show Cheer, wasn’t as lucky this week.

Not  lucky: Gabi, the star of Netflix’s hit show Cheer, wasn’t as lucky this week.

She was booted from the competition after her cooking show, Chef du Soleil, tanked.

It showcased Gabi making dishes on a Hibachi grill while doing gymnastic moves and receiving perfect scores from her pals. 

Even an appearance from Jerry Harris, her likeable Cheer co-star, failed to win her fans.

Tanked: She was booted from the competition after her cooking show, Chef du Soleil, tanked

Tanked: She was booted from the competition after her cooking show, Chef du Soleil, tanked

Tanked: She was booted from the competition after her cooking show, Chef du Soleil, tanked

Pals: It showcased Gabi making dishes on a Hibachi grill while doing gymnastic moves and receiving perfect scores from her pals

Pals: It showcased Gabi making dishes on a Hibachi grill while doing gymnastic moves and receiving perfect scores from her pals

Pals: It showcased Gabi making dishes on a Hibachi grill while doing gymnastic moves and receiving perfect scores from her pals

Pals: It showcased Gabi making dishes on a Hibachi grill while doing gymnastic moves and receiving perfect scores from her pals

Pals: It showcased Gabi making dishes on a Hibachi grill while doing gymnastic moves and receiving perfect scores from her pals

Jerry: Even an appearance from Jerry Harris, her likeable Cheer co-star, failed to win her fans

Jerry: Even an appearance from Jerry Harris, her likeable Cheer co-star, failed to win her fans

Jerry: Even an appearance from Jerry Harris, her likeable Cheer co-star, failed to win her fans

With Gabi’s departure, the remaining four members of Celebrity Show-off will be its last.

They will all continue to make original shows for YouTube as they battle it out to earn the most money for their charities.

Adam Rippon, 30, the former U.S. Olympic figure skater, made his first entry with the show, ‘Welcome to the Neigh-borhood,’ in which he drunkenly adopted a pony.

Remaining celebs: With Gabi’s departure, the remaining four members of Celebrity Show-off will be its last

Remaining celebs: With Gabi’s departure, the remaining four members of Celebrity Show-off will be its last

Remaining celebs: With Gabi’s departure, the remaining four members of Celebrity Show-off will be its last

Adam arrives: Adam Rippon, 30, the former U.S. Olympic figure skater, made his first entry with the show, ‘Welcome to the Neigh-borhood,’ in which he drunkenly adopted a pony

Adam arrives: Adam Rippon, 30, the former U.S. Olympic figure skater, made his first entry with the show, ‘Welcome to the Neigh-borhood,’ in which he drunkenly adopted a pony

Adam arrives: Adam Rippon, 30, the former U.S. Olympic figure skater, made his first entry with the show, ‘Welcome to the Neigh-borhood,’ in which he drunkenly adopted a pony

Adam arrives: Adam Rippon, 30, the former U.S. Olympic figure skater, made his first entry with the show, ‘Welcome to the Neigh-borhood,’ in which he drunkenly adopted a pony

Adam arrives: Adam Rippon, 30, the former U.S. Olympic figure skater, made his first entry with the show, ‘Welcome to the Neigh-borhood,’ in which he drunkenly adopted a pony

Adam, who was aiming to adopt a dog, dubbed the horse ‘Chardonnay,’ and tried to play fetch with it and teach it to roll over.

He offered it a tiny dog bed in which to sleep, complained when it invited other horses over, and chastised it for pooping on the carpet.

In the episode’s best joke, Adam asked Chardonnay, ‘If anyone could play you in a movie, who would it be?’

Horse talk: Adam, who was aiming to adopt a dog, dubbed the horse ‘Chardonnay,’ and tried to play fetch with it and teach it to roll over.

Horse talk: Adam, who was aiming to adopt a dog, dubbed the horse ‘Chardonnay,’ and tried to play fetch with it and teach it to roll over.

Horse talk: Adam, who was aiming to adopt a dog, dubbed the horse ‘Chardonnay,’ and tried to play fetch with it and teach it to roll over.

Bed: He offered it a tiny dog bed in which to sleep, complained when it invited other horses over, and chastised it for pooping on the carpet

Bed: He offered it a tiny dog bed in which to sleep, complained when it invited other horses over, and chastised it for pooping on the carpet

Bed: He offered it a tiny dog bed in which to sleep, complained when it invited other horses over, and chastised it for pooping on the carpet

The figure skater then answered for his horse, narrowing his eyes as he did so.

‘Scarlett Johansson!’ he offered. ‘Yeah, ‘cause she can play anybody. And she would.’

Scarlett, 35, was criticized last year after she said that ‘as an actor, I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job.’

Answer: The figure skater then answered for his horse, narrowing his eyes as he did so

Answer: The figure skater then answered for his horse, narrowing his eyes as he did so

Answer: The figure skater then answered for his horse, narrowing his eyes as he did so

Criticized: Scarlett, 35, was criticized last year after she said that ‘as an actor, I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job'

Criticized: Scarlett, 35, was criticized last year after she said that ‘as an actor, I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job'

Criticized: Scarlett, 35, was criticized last year after she said that ‘as an actor, I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job’

She had previously angered fans by playing what appeared to be an Asian character in the 2016 film Ghost in the Shell, and for signing on to play a trans character afterward.

Singer Jason Mraz, 43, took things in a different direction with his show, Jason Mraz’s Mragical Mranch, which saw him journey into an alternate reality.

At one point, he switched places with his friend Billy and realized what a jerk he’d been to him, though he didn’t change much after switching back into his own body.

Mragical: Singer Jason Mraz, 43, took things in a different direction with his show, Jason Mraz’s Mragical Mranch, which saw him journey into an alternate reality

Mragical: Singer Jason Mraz, 43, took things in a different direction with his show, Jason Mraz’s Mragical Mranch, which saw him journey into an alternate reality

Mragical: Singer Jason Mraz, 43, took things in a different direction with his show, Jason Mraz’s Mragical Mranch, which saw him journey into an alternate reality

Switch: At one point, he switched places with his friend Billy and realized what a jerk he’d been to him, though he didn’t change much after switching back into his own body

Switch: At one point, he switched places with his friend Billy and realized what a jerk he’d been to him, though he didn’t change much after switching back into his own body

Switch: At one point, he switched places with his friend Billy and realized what a jerk he’d been to him, though he didn’t change much after switching back into his own body

‘We write about what we know, and for the past couple weeks we’ve just been making videos, and we’ve really discovered how much of an a**hole I can be,’ Jason explained.

Filmmaker Kevin Smith’s popular show, Son-in-Lockdown, saw him again being tormented by his real-life daughter Harley Quinn’s boyfriend, Austin Zajur.

The pair faced off in a video game called Jay and Silent Bob Mall Brawl, which referred to Kevin’s longstanding film characters Jay and Silent Bob.

Kevin: Filmmaker Kevin Smith’s popular show, Son-in-Lockdown, saw him again being tormented by his real-life daughter Harley Quinn’s boyfriend, Austin Zajur

Kevin: Filmmaker Kevin Smith’s popular show, Son-in-Lockdown, saw him again being tormented by his real-life daughter Harley Quinn’s boyfriend, Austin Zajur

Kevin: Filmmaker Kevin Smith’s popular show, Son-in-Lockdown, saw him again being tormented by his real-life daughter Harley Quinn’s boyfriend, Austin Zajur

Video game: The pair faced off in a video game called Jay and Silent Bob Mall Brawl, which referred to Kevin’s longstanding film characters Jay and Silent Bob

Video game: The pair faced off in a video game called Jay and Silent Bob Mall Brawl, which referred to Kevin’s longstanding film characters Jay and Silent Bob

Video game: The pair faced off in a video game called Jay and Silent Bob Mall Brawl, which referred to Kevin’s longstanding film characters Jay and Silent Bob

Video game: The pair faced off in a video game called Jay and Silent Bob Mall Brawl, which referred to Kevin’s longstanding film characters Jay and Silent Bob

Video game: The pair faced off in a video game called Jay and Silent Bob Mall Brawl, which referred to Kevin’s longstanding film characters Jay and Silent Bob

Austin bet Kevin, 50, that he would win the game, and offered to move out if he should lose.

But when Kevin got the upper hand, Austin snuck out of the house and shut off the power, forcing the game to restart and driving Kevin crazy.

At the end of the show, the celebrities with the lowest amount of votes were Adam and Gabi, who begged their fellow competitors to keep them in the game.

Bet: Austin bet Kevin, 50, that he would win the game, and offered to move out if he should lose

Bet: Austin bet Kevin, 50, that he would win the game, and offered to move out if he should lose

Bet: Austin bet Kevin, 50, that he would win the game, and offered to move out if he should lose

Power: But when Kevin got the upper hand, Austin snuck out of the house and shut off the power, forcing the game to restart and driving Kevin crazy

Power: But when Kevin got the upper hand, Austin snuck out of the house and shut off the power, forcing the game to restart and driving Kevin crazy

Power: But when Kevin got the upper hand, Austin snuck out of the house and shut off the power, forcing the game to restart and driving Kevin crazy

‘The reason why you guys should keep me is because next week’s episode I am making fun of all of you, and I promise you, you don’t want to miss it,’ Gabi said.

‘That’s not a good pitch,’ Jason said, voting against her.

Tori also voted Gabi off after revealing that she had ‘really bad PTSD’ from falling on a Hibachi grill years ago and getting a skin graft for it.

‘I’m saving Adam,’ she said. ‘I’m sorry.’

Celebrity Show-off returns next week on TBS, where the four semi-finalists – Kevin Smith, Tori Spelling, Jason Mraz and Adam Rippon will vie for the title belt.

Not good: ‘The reason why you guys should keep me is because next week’s episode I am making fun of all of you, and I promise you, you don’t want to miss it,’ Gabi said

Not good: ‘The reason why you guys should keep me is because next week’s episode I am making fun of all of you, and I promise you, you don’t want to miss it,’ Gabi said

Not good: ‘The reason why you guys should keep me is because next week’s episode I am making fun of all of you, and I promise you, you don’t want to miss it,’ Gabi said

Adam stays: Tori also voted Gabi off after revealing that she had ‘really bad PTSD’ from falling on a Hibachi grill years ago and getting a skin graft for it

Adam stays: Tori also voted Gabi off after revealing that she had ‘really bad PTSD’ from falling on a Hibachi grill years ago and getting a skin graft for it

Adam stays: Tori also voted Gabi off after revealing that she had ‘really bad PTSD’ from falling on a Hibachi grill years ago and getting a skin graft for it

Belt: Celebrity Show-off returns next week on TBS, where the four semi-finalists - Kevin Smith, Tori Spelling, Jason Mraz and Adam Rippon will vie for the title belt

Belt: Celebrity Show-off returns next week on TBS, where the four semi-finalists - Kevin Smith, Tori Spelling, Jason Mraz and Adam Rippon will vie for the title belt

Belt: Celebrity Show-off returns next week on TBS, where the four semi-finalists – Kevin Smith, Tori Spelling, Jason Mraz and Adam Rippon will vie for the title belt

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Bake Off: Matt Lucas impersonates a bumbling Boris Johnson in hilarious skit as he makes his debut

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The Great British Bake Off made a political statement as it returned for its 11th season on Tuesday night. 

Making his show debut, co-host Matt Lucas impersonated a bumbling Boris Johnson as he recreated a spoof press conference with the slogan ‘Stay Alert, Protect Cake, Save Loaves’. 

The comedian, 46, who has replaced Sandi Toksvig as host, was a spitting image of the Prime Minister in the show opener, which was postponed by 15 minutes, after Boris addressed the nation with the new lockdown measures in the fight against coronavirus

Uncanny: Matt Lucas left viewers in stitches as he impersonated a bumbling Boris Johnson in his Great British Bake Off debut on Tuesday night

Uncanny: Matt Lucas left viewers in stitches as he impersonated a bumbling Boris Johnson in his Great British Bake Off debut on Tuesday night

Latest speech: Series 11 of the show was postponed by 15 minutes, after Boris addressed the nation with the new lockdown measures in the fight against coronavirus (pictured)

Latest speech: Series 11 of the show was postponed by 15 minutes, after Boris addressed the nation with the new lockdown measures in the fight against coronavirus (pictured)

Uncanny: Matt Lucas left viewers in stitches as he impersonated a bumbling Boris Johnson (right)  in his Great British Bake Off debut on Tuesday night

In the skit Matt, who donned a platinum blonde wig and stood in front of a Union Jack flag, said: ‘I’ve talked about this, you know, the printer is upside down again. And oh no.. well… how? Ah, yes well that works actually, I can read that fine.

‘Um, right, let’s err… yeah. Good evening, let’s get straight to it. We are now approaching Phase 46. 

‘Which means that from Tuesday morning, or Wednesday evening depending on your height. We are, we are, we are saying with regards to baking if you must bake in a tent, bake in a tent. 

'Stay Alert, Protect Cake, Save Loaves: The comedian, 46, who has replaced Sandi Toksvig as host, was a spitting image for the Prime Minister as he recreated a spoof press conference

'Stay Alert, Protect Cake, Save Loaves: The comedian, 46, who has replaced Sandi Toksvig as host, was a spitting image for the Prime Minister as he recreated a spoof press conference

‘Stay Alert, Protect Cake, Save Loaves: The comedian, 46, who has replaced Sandi Toksvig as host, was a spitting image for the Prime Minister as he recreated a spoof press conference

Bumbling Boris: In the skit Matt, who donned a platinum blonde wig and stood in front of a Union Jack flag, and mumbled to himself in the uncanny impersonation of the Prime Minister

Bumbling Boris: In the skit Matt, who donned a platinum blonde wig and stood in front of a Union Jack flag, and mumbled to himself in the uncanny impersonation of the Prime Minister

Bumbling Boris: In the skit Matt, who donned a platinum blonde wig and stood in front of a Union Jack flag, and mumbled to himself in the uncanny impersonation of the Prime Minister

‘But please don’t bake in a tent. And we are asking people to use common sense with regards to the distribution of hundreds and thousands.’

Matt then said he was going to take a question from ‘the lady in the funky dress, Noelle’.

The Little Britain’s star’s co-host Noel Fielding then said: ‘Hello Prime Minister. Just one question: ‘Is it sc-oh-ne or sc-on?’. 

Spoof: In reference to the work from home message he said, ''We are, we are, we are saying with regards to baking if you must bake in a tent, bake in a tent. But please don't bake in a tent'

Spoof: In reference to the work from home message he said, ''We are, we are, we are saying with regards to baking if you must bake in a tent, bake in a tent. But please don't bake in a tent'

Spoof: In reference to the work from home message he said, ”We are, we are, we are saying with regards to baking if you must bake in a tent, bake in a tent. But please don’t bake in a tent’

Funny: Matt then said he was going to take a question from 'the lady in the funky dress, Noelle', aka his co-host Noel Fielding

Funny: Matt then said he was going to take a question from 'the lady in the funky dress, Noelle', aka his co-host Noel Fielding

Funny: Matt then said he was going to take a question from ‘the lady in the funky dress, Noelle’, aka his co-host Noel Fielding 

Pressing matters: The Little Britain's star's co-host said: 'Hello Prime Minister. Just one question: 'Is it sc-oh-ne or sc-on?'

Pressing matters: The Little Britain's star's co-host said: 'Hello Prime Minister. Just one question: 'Is it sc-oh-ne or sc-on?'

Pressing matters: The Little Britain’s star’s co-host said: ‘Hello Prime Minister. Just one question: ‘Is it sc-oh-ne or sc-on?’

Experts: Matt said he was going to hand over the query to the 'experts'- a spoof of Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Valance- Prue Whitty (Prue Leith) and Professor Paul Hollywood

Experts: Matt said he was going to hand over the query to the 'experts'- a spoof of Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Valance- Prue Whitty (Prue Leith) and Professor Paul Hollywood

Entertaining: After Prue and Paul gave alternate answers, Matt said: Right well I hope that clears things up for you,'

Entertaining: After Prue and Paul gave alternate answers, Matt said: Right well I hope that clears things up for you,'

Experts: Matt said he was going to hand over the query to the ‘experts’- a spoof of Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Valance- Prue Whitty (Prue Leith) and Professor Paul Hollywood

Matt said he was going to hand over the query to the ‘experts’- a spoof of Professor Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Valance- Prue Whitty (Prue Leith) and Professor Paul Hollywood. 

After Prue and Paul gave alternate answers, Matt said: Right well I hope that clears things up for you,’ before he ripped off his wig to say: ‘All that remains is for me to say…. Welcome to The Great British Bake Off’. 

Viewers soon flooded Twitter to laud Matt on the ingenious spoof.

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'Sensational': Viewers soon flooded Twitter to laud Matt on the ingenious spoof

'Sensational': Viewers soon flooded Twitter to laud Matt on the ingenious spoof

‘Sensational’: Viewers soon flooded Twitter to laud Matt on the ingenious spoof

One fan of the show wrote: ‘I’m loving Matt Lucas on Bake Off already’, while another added: ‘Sensational. #mattlucas #boris #BakeOff’.

A third chimed: ‘Matt Lucas is already a fabulous addition to #GBBO’.

A fourth viewer gushed: ‘Matt Lucas makes a better Boris Johnson than Boris Johnson does.’  

‘Matt Lucas being Boris is just what I needed #smile’, typed a different fan.

Another said: ‘no context bake off back with a bang’. 

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Vivica A. Fox does NOT have COVID-19… after false-positive test forced her to skip E!’s Emmys show

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Vivica A. Fox has learned she does not have COVID-19 after receiving a false positive from a self administered test.

Following her initial results, the actress, 56, had a second test administered by a health professional and received a negative.

Fox was originally scheduled to host E!’s red carpet festivities during Sunday’s Emmy Awards but had to bow out after her false positive result.

In the clear: Vivica A. Fox has learned she does not have COVID-19 after a false positive result from a 'self administered' test forced her to skip hosting E! News' red carpet show. She's seenin February above

In the clear: Vivica A. Fox has learned she does not have COVID-19 after a false positive result from a 'self administered' test forced her to skip hosting E! News' red carpet show. She's seenin February above

In the clear: Vivica A. Fox has learned she does not have COVID-19 after a false positive result from a ‘self administered’ test forced her to skip hosting E! News’ red carpet show. She’s seenin February above

Vivica explained in a statement shared to social media on Tuesday, saying: ‘On Friday I took a self administered COVID-19 test and as many of you are aware, it came back positive.

‘Two days ago I took another COVID test, this one administered by a medical professional, and I am thrilled to announce that last night my results came back NEGATIVE!’ she explained.

Fox thanked everyone for their well-wishes, saying: ‘I am feeling great and I want to thank everyone for their show of love and support.’ 

She also stressed the importance of relying on ‘medical professionals’ and not DIY test in her caption.

‘GM Dawlings! Got a 2nd opinion, was tested by a MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL this time. I’m THRILLED to announce my Covid-19 test results are NEGATIVE! #Lifeisgood #GodIsGood.’

The details: Vivica explained what happened in a statement shared to social media on Tuesday, also stressing the importance of relying on healthcare professionals for proper testing

The details: Vivica explained what happened in a statement shared to social media on Tuesday, also stressing the importance of relying on healthcare professionals for proper testing

The details: Vivica explained what happened in a statement shared to social media on Tuesday, also stressing the importance of relying on healthcare professionals for proper testing

Another case: Vivica's would-be co-host Giuliana Rancic also tested positive ahead of the event. She's seen in February 2020

Another case: Vivica's would-be co-host Giuliana Rancic also tested positive ahead of the event. She's seen in February 2020

Another case: Vivica’s would-be co-host Giuliana Rancic also tested positive ahead of the event. She’s seen in February 2020

Vivica’s would-be co-host Giuliana Rancic also tested positive ahead of the event.

The red carpet veteran revealed she and her entire family had contracted COVID-19 in a statement via E! on Sunday, sharing: ‘Hey, everyone. As I go into my 20th year on the E! red carpet I have to say I do not take missing an award show lightly, but unfortunately this year is just so different.’

‘As part of E! and NBCUniversal’s very strict testing guidelines, especially before an event like this, I did find out that I tested positive for COVID-19.’

‘Now as much as I didn’t want to hear that, I’m very thankful I heard it before I traveled and possibly could have exposed other people. So for that, I’m thankful.’ 

Stepping in: In lieu of Vivica and Giuliana, Nina Parker and Brad Goreski ended up hosting the show

Stepping in: In lieu of Vivica and Giuliana, Nina Parker and Brad Goreski ended up hosting the show

Looking great! Nina glowed while getting the job done

Looking great! Nina glowed while getting the job done

Stepping in: In lieu of Vivica and Giuliana, Nina Parker and Brad Goreski ended up hosting the show

In lieu of Vivica and Giuliana, Nina Parker and Brad Goreski ended up hosting the show. 

Giuliana’s husband Bill Rancic – who also tested positive – appeared on The Doctors on Tuesday to give fans an update on the family’s health.

‘Shockingly me, Giuliana and our son Duke, we all tested positive, needless to say we were rather shocked because we were all so cautious wiping every package down,’ Rancic said. 

‘We got it while we were in seclusion which tells you anyone can get it … this is not a joke.’

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Tamron Hall has hit back at allegations she ‘went rogue’ while interviewing fired Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder last week.

The host of The Tamron Hall Show, 50, spoke about claims Schroeder wasn’t happy with the interview during Tuesday’s episode.

‘She knew the subject matter. She knew what I was going to ask her,’ said Hall of her exchange with Schroeder. 

No way: Tamron Hall has hit back at allegations she 'went rogue' while interviewing fired Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder last week

No way: Tamron Hall has hit back at allegations she 'went rogue' while interviewing fired Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder last week

No way: Tamron Hall has hit back at allegations she ‘went rogue’ while interviewing fired Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder last week

‘The other day I was told that there was a report that Stassi felt “unprepared” and that it was “awkward.” Even that I had gone rogue – whatever that means,’ began Tamron, referring to an UsWeekly article in which a source claimed Schroeder ‘felt like she was put on the spot.’

Hall continued: ‘Let me just be open because I’m expecting everybody who’s participating in this show today, I want them to be open, so I have to do the same. It’s why I wanted this show to be honest with you.’ 

‘So I’m going to take you behind the scenes of TV. Now, I don’t tell people the specific questions I’m going to ask them. How they answer, that’s up to them. But the topic and everything that we discussed, Stassi knew.’

‘She knew the subject matter. She knew what I was going to ask her. Not the questions.’

Sorry not sorry: The host of The Tamron Hall Show, 50, spoke about claims Schroeder wasn’t happy with the interview during Tuesday's episode

Sorry not sorry: The host of The Tamron Hall Show, 50, spoke about claims Schroeder wasn’t happy with the interview during Tuesday's episode

Sorry not sorry: The host of The Tamron Hall Show, 50, spoke about claims Schroeder wasn’t happy with the interview during Tuesday’s episode

'She knew the subject matter. She knew what I was going to ask her. Not the questions,' Hall said of Schroeder [pictured]

'She knew the subject matter. She knew what I was going to ask her. Not the questions,' Hall said of Schroeder [pictured]

‘She knew the subject matter. She knew what I was going to ask her. Not the questions,’ Hall said of Schroeder [pictured]

The talk show host also claimed Schroeder’s team asked her not to raise the former reality TV star’s controversial comments on the #MeToo movement, a request with which Hall says she complied.

‘It hit me to my gut that I didn’t ask her,’ said Hall. ‘Given that she was five months pregnant, the issue of race was hard enough for her and for me and it was a lot to unpack, including that Nazi comment, so I said we were not going to go down that road but we would have this difficult conversation that we all should have to provide a better platform for our children.’

However Stassi then raised the topic of her own accord, telling Tamron, ‘I look back at that podcast and I’m so embarrassed that I even had those thoughts, much less put it out there.’

‘I was a Karen who basically said, but what about All Lives Matter?’ she added. 

No good deed: The talk show host also claimed Schroeder's team asked her not to raise the former reality TV star's controversial comments on the #MeToo movement, a request with which Hall says she complied

No good deed: The talk show host also claimed Schroeder's team asked her not to raise the former reality TV star's controversial comments on the #MeToo movement, a request with which Hall says she complied

'It hit me to my gut that I didn’t ask her [about the #MeToo comments],' said Hall

'It hit me to my gut that I didn’t ask her [about the #MeToo comments],' said Hall

No good deed: The talk show host also claimed Schroeder’s team asked her not to raise the former reality TV star’s controversial comments on the #MeToo movement, a request with which Hall says she complied

Schroeder sat down for her first interview since her Vanderpump Rules firing for the Tamron Hall Show last Thursday.

The 32-year-old, whose past racially insensitive actions resurfaced last summer leading to her firing, admitted she ‘was a Karen’ after Hall asked her about why she reported her black co-star Faith Stowers to the police in 2018 for a crime she did not commit.

Hall said she was ‘shocked’ at her ‘level of ignorance as it relates to race,’ specifically because she is from New Orleans and lives in Los Angeles, both of which are highly populated, diverse cities.

Getting grilled: Schroeder sat down for her first interview since her Vanderpump Rules firing for the Tamron Hall Show on Thursday morning; The 32-year-old, whose past racially insensitive actions resurfaced last summer leading to her firing, admitted she 'was a Karen'

Getting grilled: Schroeder sat down for her first interview since her Vanderpump Rules firing for the Tamron Hall Show on Thursday morning; The 32-year-old, whose past racially insensitive actions resurfaced last summer leading to her firing, admitted she 'was a Karen'

Getting grilled: Schroeder sat down for her first interview since her Vanderpump Rules firing for the Tamron Hall Show on Thursday morning; The 32-year-old, whose past racially insensitive actions resurfaced last summer leading to her firing, admitted she ‘was a Karen’

During the interview, Hall point blank asked her: ‘You saw a grainy photo. Why did you think that that was Faith Stowers? Or did you really?’ 

‘Yes I did. And it wasn’t just the photo. Kristen [Doute] and I had received texts from multiple people about this,’ Schroeder claimed.

The star added that ‘there were people that Kristen knew who were texting her’ about a women who stole ‘from us and we think its this person in the article and she’s saying she’s on your television show and her name is Faith.’

Schroeder said: ‘And when you’re on a show like Vanderpump Rules, your existence on that show is kinda dependent on sticking your nose in other people’s conflict or creating conflict.’ 

‘I look back at that podcast and I’m so embarrassed that I even had those thoughts, much less put it out there. Because I was that…’ Schroeder said, looking visibly nervous.

Tamron interjected ‘And so strongly,’ before Stassi admitted: ‘I was that Karen. I was a Karen. I was a Karen who basically said, but what about All Lives Matter?’ 

Straight to the point: Hall said she was 'shocked' at her 'level of ignorance as it relates to race,' specifically because she is from New Orleans and lives in Los Angeles, both of which are highly populated, diverse cities

Straight to the point: Hall said she was 'shocked' at her 'level of ignorance as it relates to race,' specifically because she is from New Orleans and lives in Los Angeles, both of which are highly populated, diverse cities

Straight to the point: Hall said she was ‘shocked’ at her ‘level of ignorance as it relates to race,’ specifically because she is from New Orleans and lives in Los Angeles, both of which are highly populated, diverse cities

In March 2017, Stassi went on an offensive rant about black people and the #OscarsSoWhite controversy on her now-cancelled podcast Straight Up With Stassi.

The #OscarsSoWhite is a hashtag that was used to call out the lack of diversity at the ceremony. 

The star had announced on her podcast she was ‘really sick of everyone making everything about race,’ and that she was ‘kind of over it.’ 

‘But like, everyone giving their impassioned speeches about race and all that stuff, I’m like, “Why is it always just about African Americans?”‘

Stassi went on to ask why Asians, Native American and Latinos weren’t asking why they were not represented: ‘Why is is always just “that?”‘

Stassi said that she was ‘not allowed to say that’ as her opinion was marginalized as ‘a white, privileged, blonde 28-year old.’ 

The star added: ‘And then when they get upset, everybody has to go above and beyond to then make them happy,’ clarifying that she hated saying the word ‘”them”  because I’m not… not everybody’s the same’ but that she is referring to ‘the ones that are out there b****ing about things.’ 

On her past actions: Stassi said: 'I look back at that podcast and I'm so embarrassed that I even had those thoughts, much less put it out there. Because I was that...', before admitting she was a 'Karen'

On her past actions: Stassi said: 'I look back at that podcast and I'm so embarrassed that I even had those thoughts, much less put it out there. Because I was that...', before admitting she was a 'Karen'

On her past actions: Stassi said: ‘I look back at that podcast and I’m so embarrassed that I even had those thoughts, much less put it out there. Because I was that…’, before admitting she was a ‘Karen’

She also wondered out loud if black people weren’t getting nominated because maybe ‘you didn’t do that great of a job in your movie.’

‘Like it’s not about race. It’s literally like not about what you look like at all. It’s like your acting ability, so like, what the actual f**k.’ 

Schroeder who was upset that Moonlight won Best Picture instead of LaLa Land, didn’t think the former deserved it, despite not seeing the movie. 

She claimed that she knew it won ‘because it was like “the message”‘ and that ‘it’s groundbreaking because of “the message.” Winning Best Picture to me isn’t about the f****g message. Like it’s not church.’ 

The former TV star claimed that ‘politics’ like that need to kept out of the Oscars, noting that the show is there ‘so I don’t have to think about any of that s**t and I can just focus on those f*****g dresses.’ 

On Thursday’s show, Hall questioned Schroeder’s judgment on making insensitive jokes about Jewish people in addition to the ones directed toward the black community.

Grilled: On Thursday's broadcast, Tamron questioned her judgment on making insensitive jokes about Jewish people in addition to the ones directed toward the black community

Grilled: On Thursday's broadcast, Tamron questioned her judgment on making insensitive jokes about Jewish people in addition to the ones directed toward the black community

Grilled: On Thursday’s broadcast, Tamron questioned her judgment on making insensitive jokes about Jewish people in addition to the ones directed toward the black community

The talk show host asked Schroeder why she had used the phrasing ‘Nazi chic’ to describe an outfit, to which the star said: ‘I was so used to making jokes’ at other people’s expenses. 

The daytime host did not hold back as she said: ‘Going back to your history, being in a big city like New Orleans and Los Angeles, I am shocked – and don’t take this as an insult – at your level of ignorance as it relates to race and what it means to say Nazi chic to Jewish people and what it could have done to Faith’s life.”

During the interview, Schroeder mentioned that she’s working with a diversity coach, adding that she now knows ‘how to speak for black lives matter’ to which Hall called it an ‘overreach’ that she could speak on the movement.

The star corrected herself and said: ‘Not to speak on it, but to defend it.’ 

‘People expected me to just understand everything immediately and things like that take time. And I felt like it would be better for me to take the time to get a greater understanding of everything and the issues before I opened my mouth again,’ Schroeder, who is five months pregnant with her first child, a girl, with fiance Beau Clark, explained on the show.

During the interview, Schroeder mentioned that she's working with a diversity coach, adding that she now knows 'how to speak for black lives matter'

During the interview, Schroeder mentioned that she's working with a diversity coach, adding that she now knows 'how to speak for black lives matter'

To which Hall called it an 'overreach' that she could speak on the movement

To which Hall called it an 'overreach' that she could speak on the movement

Honesty: During the interview, Schroeder mentioned that she’s working with a diversity coach, adding that she now knows ‘how to speak for black lives matter’ to which Hall called it an ‘overreach’ that she could speak on the movement

Schroeder revealed that she learned she was fired from VR after her producer and lawyer called her and that she ‘understands why I didn’t have a chance to explain myself. I’ve messed up a lot.’

Hall asked her if she thinks co-star Jax Taylor should get the axe too because of racially insensitive comments he has made in the past well including also falsely accusing Stowers too, to which Schroeder said: ‘I don’t want to see any of my friends fired honestly. And I don’t want to speak to that.’

The host said: ‘What I know you want to speak to is this apology that you’re offering up to people. As you know people have said to me why are you giving her your platform and I think that we can all learn something. If a young woman your age is able to admit that you know nothing, even though you live in a diverse cities about the black experience and you can be so reckless so say, “Why do black people make it about them” or the Nazi chic, if you can curve correct, perhaps others can learn that this is a battle that we’re all in together.’

Hall asked how much of this – referring to her apologies – is because she needs an income and needs to work and can’t ‘if this is hovering over your head.’ 

Schroeder said: ‘I just want to be a better person. I’m pregnant and I want my daughter to proud of me and I want to be a part of the solution. I’ve been a part of the problem for years now and I’ve recognized that. And that’s why I say I don’t feel like I’m a victim of cancel culture. People want me to be mad at it and I’m not. I needed it. I needed that.’

‘I am the reason why I am in this situation. I think a lot of people wanted me to focus on cancel culture and whether I was a victim or not but it’s not how I feel at all.’

‘[People thinking I’m racist] has been the hardest part of all. Just going out to a restaurant and going to the grocery store and wondering if that’s what people think… I don’t have hate in my heart. But I recognize that I wasn’t anti-racist. I wasn’t And that’s something I’ve been learning throughout all of this,’ the pregnant star said.  

Schroeder was fired from Vanderpump Rules along with Kristen Doute, when it was revealed that they filed a false police report against former Vanderpump Rules co-star Faith Stowers, the only black woman to appear on the hit reality show.

Schroeder and Doute told police that Stowers fit the description of a black woman who was robbing men in Los Angeles, and Schroeder and Doute even admitted to calling the cops on Stowers. 

Schroeder and Doute’s dangerous stunt against Stowers came to light during an Instagram live with Floribama Shore star Candace Rice, where the former SUR employee talked about her time on the show and the incidents that followed.

Stowers recalled how Schroeder and Doute called the authorities after seeing a report about an African American woman who was drugging and robbing men around LA.

‘There was this article where there was an African-American lady. It was a weird photo, so she looked very light-skinned and had these different, weird tattoos. I guess this woman was robbing people,’ Stowers explained.

Most damning: Schroeder called the cops on her black former costar Faith Stowers – whom she didn't like – in an effort to get her in trouble on a previous season of the show; Faith is seen in 2016 above

Most damning: Schroeder called the cops on her black former costar Faith Stowers – whom she didn't like – in an effort to get her in trouble on a previous season of the show; Faith is seen in 2016 above

Most damning: Schroeder called the cops on her black former costar Faith Stowers – whom she didn’t like – in an effort to get her in trouble on a previous season of the show; Faith is seen in 2016 above

‘And they called the cops and said it was me. This is like, a true story. I heard this from, actually, Stassi during an interview.’

Schroeder was happy to brag about wrongfully accusing Stowers in 2018, telling the B**** Bible podcast how she and Doute ‘solved a crime.’

After comparing a grainy surveillance image of the suspected criminal to Faith, they decided they had enough evidence to go to the police. 

‘We are like, we just solved a f**king crime,’ she reportedly said on the now-deleted episode, reported by People. ‘We start calling the police. The police don’t give a f***.’

Candid: The former Bravo player (bottom) called out her former SUR coworkers during an Instagram live with Floribama Shore star Candace Rice (top) in early June

Candid: The former Bravo player (bottom) called out her former SUR coworkers during an Instagram live with Floribama Shore star Candace Rice (top) in early June

Candid: The former Bravo player (bottom) called out her former SUR coworkers during an Instagram live with Floribama Shore star Candace Rice (top) in early June

Doute had tweeted about the situation, all but naming Stowers – who also appeared on MTV’s The Challenge and Ex On The Beach – as she wrote: ‘Hey tweeties, doesn’t this ex #pumprules thief look familiar?’ 

Doute continued to malign her former castmate, saying: ‘Someone put her on mtv & gave her a platform for press. I didn’t wanna go there but I’m going there.’ 

On June 7, days after Stowers brought up the incidence, Schroeder apologized for her ‘racially insensitive comments from’ her past as well as directly apologize to Stowers. 

‘I have grown significantly from the person I was then, and I am still filled with remorse and regret for the hurt I caused. … What I did to Faith was wrong. I apologize and I do not expect forgiveness.’ 

Dangerous behaviour: Kristen tweeted about the situation, all but naming Stowers as she wrote: 'Hey tweeties, doesn’t this ex #pumprules thief look familiar?' and later referenced MTV - who has employed Faith

Dangerous behaviour: Kristen tweeted about the situation, all but naming Stowers as she wrote: 'Hey tweeties, doesn’t this ex #pumprules thief look familiar?' and later referenced MTV - who has employed Faith

Dangerous behaviour: Kristen tweeted about the situation, all but naming Stowers as she wrote: ‘Hey tweeties, doesn’t this ex #pumprules thief look familiar?’ and later referenced MTV – who has employed Faith

Her first apology: Schroeder apologized for her 'racially insensitive comments' just days after Stowers spoke out about the dangerous stunt

Her first apology: Schroeder apologized for her 'racially insensitive comments' just days after Stowers spoke out about the dangerous stunt

Her first apology: Schroeder apologized for her ‘racially insensitive comments’ just days after Stowers spoke out about the dangerous stunt

Schroeder’s publicist and agent let her go and her popular podcast had been removed from all streaming platforms. 

‘We recently learned of racially charged and inappropriate actions by Stassi Schroeder during one of her previous projects,’ wrote the show’s broadcaster Radio.com in an Instagram post days after Stowers candid interview.

The statement continued: ‘In light of this, Radio.com has made the decision to part ways with her. We take these matters very seriously and condemn these actions.’

‘‘Straight Up with Stassi’ has been removed from our portfolio.’

Two days after her apology, Bravo fired Schroeder and Doute, as well as Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni, after their past racist comments resurfaced as well.   

‘Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules,’ the network said in a statement. 

Schroeder, one of the more popular personalities on Vanderpump Rules, started working at Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurants Sur and Blanca Villa in 2010; she had been on Vanderpump Rules since it debuted in 2013. 

Consequences: Stassi's publicist and agent let her go and her popular podcast Straight Up with Stassi has been removed from all streaming platforms

Consequences: Stassi's publicist and agent let her go and her popular podcast Straight Up with Stassi has been removed from all streaming platforms

Consequences: Stassi’s publicist and agent let her go and her popular podcast Straight Up with Stassi has been removed from all streaming platforms 

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