Look, 2016 was a bit of a bad year but now it’s 2017 and we can all pierce on.
Although just before we do, can we approach your courtesy to this shining piece of news we’ve just detected – it turns out, everyone’s favourite ask show horde Bradley Walsh has emerged 2016’s warn victor, with his manuscript Chasing Dreams being named the best-selling British entrance manuscript of 2016.
Yep – not Jack Garratt, Zayn Malik, or Blossoms.
Affable friendly Bradley, who once played Danny Baldwin in Coronation Street.
Him off The Chase:
The all-rounder who used to be a unchanging on the panto circuit:
Chasing Dreams was Bradley’s entrance manuscript and sole an implausible 111,650 copies after being expelled in October.
As good as Jack, Zayn, and Blossoms, it also outsold the likes of Tom Odell and Biffy Clyro, as good as the Mercury Prize-winning Konichiwa by Skepta.
Of the news, Bradley said: ‘Well, we never approaching that! A bullion album, wow!
‘It just goes to show that good songs live forever! we am positively anxious to pieces and would like to appreciate Sony for having faith and the shining Stevie Sidwell for arranging such smashing tunes and, of course, the fans and lovers of correct music everywhere. Having outsold the likes of Zayn Malik, Tom Odell etc we am now concentrating on conquering oversees!
‘We start next week with the Isle of Wight!’