Russell Brand interrupts Scottish politician’s TV interview on BBC
HollywoodNews.com: Comedian Russell Brand gave Scottish National Party MSP Alasdair Allan a shock when he interrupted his TV interview.
The 35-year-old funnyman was in Edinburgh as part of his book-signing tour, when he jumped in front of a camera while Allan was being interviewed by BBC Alba.
Brand threw his arms around the Scottish politician as he was trying to answer a question about Prime Minister David Cameron’s stance on a referendum about Scottish independence, and shouted: “Come back to England!” As Brand walked away, Allan shouted after him: “It’s you isn’t it? How are you? Nice to meet you?”
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Source: Splash News