“You light up my day!”: Dawn French entertains fans as she takes to Instagram with pants on

“You light up my day!”: Dawn French entertains fans as she takes to Instagram with pants on










She exploded into the world of stardom during the alternative comedy revolution of the 1980s.

And Dawn French plunged into her comedic side on Thursday afternoon, keeping fans entertained as she shared an extremely close-up photo of herself wearing Cacique pants on her head.

Staring intently at the camera, sporting a pair of designer glasses, the Welsh star, 64, told her 263,000 Instagram followers about two of her day’s highlights.

“You light up my day!”: Dawn French amused fans as she took to Instagram with pants on Thursday

She wrote: “Today I mainly do two things: 1) I wear pants over my head for comedic purposes 2) I realize how effortlessly all my things are coordinated…”.

The second item in her caption referred to her selection of similarly hued stationery – as well as an iPad protected by a case – which she arranged to emphasize the resemblance of the colors.

Fans reacted strongly to the post, commenting with laughing faces and writing posts such as “earn a living!” ”

Comedian: The Welsh star, 64, exploded into stardom during the 1980s alternative comedy revolution (pictured from November 2021)

Comedian: The Welsh star, 64, exploded into stardom during the 1980s alternative comedy revolution (pictured from November 2021)

Color alignment: Dawn wrote her post:

Color Alignment: Dawn wrote her post: “Today I mainly do two things: 1) I wear pants over my head for fun 2) I realize how effortlessly all my things are coordinated … ”

Response: Fans reacted strongly to the post, commenting with laughing faces and writing posts such as

Response: Fans reacted strongly to the post, commenting with laughing faces and writing posts such as “earn a living!” “

Another praised Dawn and said, “I love you, you brighten my day.”

On Wednesday, the TV star joined Robbie Williams and Holly Willoughby in signing a joint letter led by Martin Lewis urging the Prime Minister to crack down on fraudulent ads.

This Morning star Martin, 49, who has long campaigned against fake ads using his face to attract users, wants tech giants to be held accountable under new laws and government to insert fraudulent ads pay off in the next online security bill.

Sir Richard Branson, Bear Grylls, Phillip Schofield, Lorraine Kelly, Davina McCall, Bradley Walsh, Rob Brydon, along with Dragon’s Den stars Deborah Meaden, Duncan Bannatyne and Peter Jones, are also among the celebrities who have added their names to the letter. to Boris Johnson.

All the stars have had their names and photos used in fraudulent online advertisements. In recent years, the name and likeness of the host of This Morning Holly has been used to flog diet pills and a cryptocurrency scam.

Dawn shared a photo of the letter signed by 14 celebrities, with the caption: “Joining @martinlewismse and 12 other people like me who have had our names and faces used by criminal crooks in fraudulent advertisements – to call @borisjohnsonuk at regulate fraudulent online advertising in the #StopScamAds Online Safety Bill. ‘

Letter: On Wednesday, the TV star joined Robbie Williams and Holly Willoughby in signing a joint letter led by Martin Lewis urging the Prime Minister to crack down on fraudulent ads

Letter: On Wednesday, the TV star joined Robbie Williams and Holly Willoughby in signing a joint letter led by Martin Lewis urging the Prime Minister to crack down on fraudulent ads

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