12 truly bizarre Noel Edmonds moments, from spiritual melons to … – DigitalSpy.com

Noel and his wife Liz Davies have a third woman in their lives in the form of Candice Cannes. The mannequin shares Liz’s middle name and she first emerged in the back of Noel’s car to stop people trying to flag him down.

Over the years she has received a makeover, got thousands of followers on Twitter, and released a suggestive single featuring Noel himself.

He explained in 2008: “We really didn’t expect things would take off like this. We know she’s not real. The majority of people who follow her on Twitter know she’s not real. But she seems to have touched a chord because she’s funny.”

5. He actually thought he could buy the BBC

Noel’s been vocal about his hatred of the TV licence for many years, and last year he put his hat in the ring by threatening to join up with his own Bilderberg Group to bid for the BBC.

He warned: “During numerous meetings I have held over many months, in many countries, wealthy individuals, international investors and business people experienced in corporate rescues all acknowledge that there is a business model that would save the BBC. Believe me, these people can make it happen.”

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Sadly, when questioned about his aims by Jeremy Paxman, he didn’t quite have the answers and thus far his takeover has yet to materialise.

6. He once said: “There isn’t such a thing as death. It’s been known for a very long time.”

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Noel has explained to us all that we don’t need to fear terrorists, disease or climate change, but rather the constant buzz of phone signals, WiFi and electricity.

“You don’t live life, life lives you,” he told The Mirror, sounding like David Icke’s twin brother. “There isn’t such a thing as death, it’s just a departure. You cannot die. It’s been known for a very long time.”

Which must be very reassuring for the very-much-still-alive millionaire Edmonds.

7. He was raging about The Man way before Russell Brand

Noel simply had enough of the country in 2008, and decided to launch a revolution about pretty much anything, predating Russell Brand by about seven years.

While it was probably a well-meaning idea of uniting the nation and righting wrongs, Noel’s HQ just came across as one massive moanathon where Noel went a bit barmy on a show that didn’t exactly set the ratings alight. Not even the presence of Keith Chegwin could save it.

8. He tried launching THREE Mr Blobby theme parks

It’s easy to scoff now, but Mr Blobby was a force of nature in the early 1990s, scoring a Christmas number one with his self-titled hit (no-one remembers the #39 smash hit follow-up ‘Christmas in Blobbyland’).

Noel attempted to launch three different Crinkley Bottom parks in Morecambe, Lowestoft and Somerset, none of which lasted very long. In fact, the Morecambe venue was a complete failure and the council lost 2.5 million. The other two were vandalised over the years and ended up being used as an unofficial venue by ravers.

Attractions included a thatched train ride to and from Crinkley Bottom station, Throttled Cock farm, the Narnia tunnel and the gunge mines. We honestly didn’t make up that Throttled Cock bit.

9. He scored a hit single with Keith Chegwin

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