Keith Lemon: Louise Redknapp and I were dressed as hookers in the snow!

Keith Lemon: Louise Redknapp and I were dressed as hookers in the snow!
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Louise still had a great time on The Keith & Paddy Picture Show

Keith Lemon and Louise Redknapp froze playing prostitutes for this Saturday’s Keith & Paddy Picture Show, which recreates the 1990 classic film Pretty Woman.

While in their recreation it was meant to be a hot summer day in Los Angeles, many of the scenes were actually filmed in cold Britain and it even started snowing at one point!

Keith – who portrays Julia Roberts’ prostitute character, Vivian Ward – recalled: “Myself and Louise Redknapp were pretty cold because we were dressed as hookers in the snow. Can I say hookers? Prostitutes? Ladies of the night? Oh I don’t know…”

Still, it didn’t ruin Louise’s enjoyment of filming, declaring on Instagram: “Had so much fun shooting this with @keithlemon and mcguinness.paddy. Can’t wait for you all to see it…”

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Paddy, who plays Richard Gere’s wealthy businessman character, Edward Lewis, also revealed how the Beast from the East had caused problems during filming: “It was brilliant – except for the weather! The Beast from the East’ caused us big problems.

“We were doing the balcony scene in Pretty Woman and halfway through it started snowing! We’re supposed to be in the middle of summer!”

The Keith & Paddy Picture Show's version of Pretty Woman is on Saturday on ITV at 9.20pm.

David Hollingsworth

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