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Brand on Fallon


Filed: Saturday, 12th September 2009
By: Staff Writer


Comedian and West Ham fan Russell Brand gave mainstream American TV an impromptu version of 'Bubbles' on the Jimmy Fallon show last night.

Brand - on the show to discuss his upcoming appearance as host of the MTV Awards - was asked to sing a West Ham song by host Fallon and opened with 'Over Land and Sea' before ending with a rendition of club anthem 'I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles'.

Grays-born Brand, who began his career as a stand-up comedian but shot to fame as host of Big Brother's Big Mouth on Channel 4 described the song as 'a football song full of pathos and inner sadness'. Click play below to view the full interview.


Russell Brand visits Jimmy Fallon
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Your Comments


by Headmaster
10:42PM 15th Sep 2009
''Legend. Read his autobiography over the summer - the boy's utterly unique and bleeds claret and blue. ''

by Dan
10:47AM 13th Sep 2009
''Brilliant.''

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