I love getting into character. Her comment was met with a deafening silence in the studio, but social media erupted as viewers back at home slammed Anne, who has Asperger Syndrome, for her 'low blow' to Paris. The Wright Stuff airs daily at 9. Bradley Walsh cracks up over The Chase question. Well, if you're going to pick an evil character, we think Umbridge is pretty ideal… though we must admit, Anne is probably more Professor McGonagall. As a fourth fired back: Chase star had "strange" approach to Taskmaster.
During the chat, Anne reaffirmed that she's "on record as not really being terribly bothered" about the pay gap, saying she thinks if women want the leadership roles they should go after them.
I'm not easily shaken, I've had worse in my time, but when you're on TV, you don't expect it. The TV star opened up about forming the character in a new interview, taking inspiration from the horrible Professor Dolores Umbridge. You'd know that. Anne and Paris joined Matthew Wright on his discussion show this morning where, among other things, the panel talked about the gender pay gap, with Anne and Paris disagreeing over its existence.
Echoing the above sentiment, another slated: