In his interview with the publication, Paddy said: 'Some days, it feels like you’re slowly drowning.It’s like you’re under water desperately swimming up to get oxygen, but never getting there.'Christine went on: 'Every day our heart breaks'.Paddy was performing with Ben, a holiday park entertainer from Weymouth, who was performing Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball.But in a shock moment, Paddy doesn't see the wrecking ball heading back towards him and is brutally knocked off of the set into the crowd.This is a four-part series in which Mc Guinness and Mc Grath embark on a nationwide road-trip, on a mission to explore Britain’s sporting heritage by probing the hidden life of its towns and villages.A second series began on 20 September 2010 on Channel 5.One of the UK's best-loved and popular comedians is back on tour!
So we braved the overpowering scent of hairspray, took a sneaky look at the back of the love lift, cowered at the thought of walking down the stupidly steep steps in heels and marvelled at the canopy erected to protect the girls' hair and makeup on the short trip from the dressing rooms to the studio and decided that actually we'd quite like a go too please. That sounds silly but a lot of people are like, 'I can't even look after myself, let alone a pet'."This is all a different story, Keith tell us about your first car…"For reasons we're not entirely certain of (personal jokes aplenty), this left Paddy, Keith and co in stitches: so much so that Paddy had to walk off set to regain his composure. Seeing as Fortunately, Paddy managed to get control of his laughs and returned to set seconds later, high-fiving a red-faced Baker. Speaking to The Mirror, the couple, who are also parents to 10-month-old daughter Felicity, admitted they are learning to live with the condition although there are days in which they feel defeated by the lifelong developmental disability.Paddy and Christine announced the twins' condition on the tots' fourth birthdays and have been candid about their family life while dealing with autism.