Stephen Graham called a ‘disgrace’ by BAFTAs host after off-camera move is exposed

The Virtues actor Stephen Graham, 46, and Jodie Comer, 27, caught up with Tom Allen, 37, forward of this yr’s BAFTAs ceremony, which is being aired nearly for the primary time because of the coronavirus pandemic. Tom mentioned Stephen and Jodie’s nominations and the roles they’re identified for by way of a video name with the pair forward of the primary occasion.

Upon concluding their chat, Tom requested the actor if he dressed up for the event and was stunned when Stephen uncovered what he was actually carrying on his backside half.

He turned to the Line Of Duty star and stated: “Stephen you’ve got dressed up for the occasion, is that right?”

The actor then obtained up from his chair to showcase his Liverpool football-themed shorts following their current soccer win.

“Absolute disgrace, couldn’t even be bothered to get dressed up,” Tom joked, as Stephen’s fellow scouser Jodie cheered him on.

Tom jokingly added: “Get of here! Enjoy the ceremony, thanks for coming!”

This yr’s BAFTAs can be a digital ceremony because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Nominees and winners can be part of the occasion from their properties, whereas hosts together with Richard Ayoade, Stacey Dooley and Normal People’s Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones will current from a a closed studio in London.

The Crown and Chernobyl are among the many prime contenders within the nominations classes.

Killing Eve star Jodie Comer is up for the Leading Actress award towards Glenda Jackson, Suranne Jones and Samantha Morton.

The Crown, The End Of The F***ing World, Gentleman Jack and Giri/Haji are within the operating to win Best Drama sequence.

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