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Phillip Schofield clearly had a good night out in Manchester yesterday, documenting the whole thing on Snapchat before revealing that he was suffering from a bit of a sore head afterwards.
Judging by the Snaps, ol' Schofe managed to squeeze a fair bit in during his time in the city, with the first update telling us that he'd arrived in Manchester just before 10pm, captioning the nighttime view 'I bloody love Manchester'.
Other photos also featured selfies with fellow This Morning pal, Gino D'Acampo, and some pretty tempting espresso martinis - which to him apparently meant 'game over'.
According to Manchester Evening News, D'Acampo had arrived in town with his celebrity friends for a private party, flying in via private jet before heading to Gino D'Acampo - My Restaurant and his new pizza and prosecco gaff, Gino D'Acampo - My Pizza & Prosecco Bar.
They were also joined by other Celebrity Juice names like Kaiser Chiefs singer Ricky Wilson, Spice Girl Emma Bunton and, of course, Keith Lemon.
Later Snaps revealed that, while Gino was feeling a little 'rough' after their BNO, Schofield wasn't feeling too bad - though he was still clearly in need of a restorative fry-up.
An excited Gino tweeted ahead of the party: "Our #FridayFeeling is already a good one because @Ginofantastico and some very special guests are popping by for some drinks in #MyRestaurant #Manchester @cornexchangeMAN tomorrow from 6pm!"
It was a pretty impressive show from 55-year-old Schofield - though nothing compared to the spectacle he gave us last week when he got involved in the musical finale of Saturday Night Takeaway, arranged in honour of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber's 70th birthday.
Schofe knocked it out of the park with his rendition of Any Dream Will Do from musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat - reprising a role from the same musical back in the 1990s and reminding us all that he can sing.
Not everyone remembers his starring role in the 1991 West End production of the musical, with many fans left so shocked that they couldn't believe what they had just witnessed.
One viewer said: "Just screamed at the telly, got goosebumps & cried at Phillip Schofield appearing for the Joseph tribute."
Another said: "OMG!! Philip Schofield - Joseph!!! Goose bumps. Had to rewind it 5 times - loved it!!!"
A third said: "Phillip Schofield on saturday night takeaway??? and can sing??? why am i only just finding this out"
A man of many talents, it seems.
Featured Image Credit: Snapchat/Phillip Schofield
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