Soccer AM star Tubes delivers amazing last ever 'one question only' on emotional final episode
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Soccer AM star Tubes delivers an amazing last ever 'one question only' on what was an emotional final episode.
Earlier this year, Sky Sports released a statement to mark the show's cancellation after a remarkable 28-year stay on our screens.
It read: "Soccer AM has played an important role in our coverage of football for the past three decades, and we continually adapt to the evolving needs of our customers.
"We now go into a period of consultation to discuss the proposed changes with our people.
"We are unable to provide more detail while these consultations are underway."
Since the start of the show, the likes of Tim Lovejoy and Helen Chamberlain have come and gone.
However, the man known as Peter 'Tubes' Dale has remained on there for years.
In his last ever 'one question only', he fired a query at Boiling Point actor Stephen Graham.
Tubes asked Graham what his favourite scene to perform was, and the actor provided the response of dreams after recalling his role in Martin Scorsese's The Irishman alongside two acting GOATS.
Graham explained that when he was younger, his dad used to take him to the video store and that he had posters of these actors on his wall.
"For me, like I said I came from a block of flats, to be in a scene with Robert De Niro and Al Pacino just blew my mind, do you know what I mean?" Graham said.
"And to be in that film that was directed by Martin Scorsese was a different experience."
Earlier on in the show, Jack Whitehall decided to leave it all on the table after making a savage Rolf Harris joke, which caused absolute chaos in the studio.
He made a brutal joke about disgraced entertainer and convicted sex offender Harris - who died of neck cancer and 'frailty of old age' on May 10, at the age of 93.
Speaking to the panel, Whitehall explained how he was still waiting to be honoured by the Royals.
"When they released the honours, waiting by the phone, nothing," he said.
"Every year, the amount of brown nosing I've done with that [inaudible]."
The comedian then made the most unexpected comment ever.
"Also, I'd take anything, I'd have the one's they stripped off Rolf," Whitehall added, to which the studio erupted in laughter.
Whitehall was referencing when Harris was made an MBE in the 1960s, an OBE a decade later and a CBE in 2006.
However, the honours were ultimately revoked.