I wasn't paying close attention to any 'coincidences', as I didn't really expect any, and it was far too thrilling to finally see a long televised interview with Sir Mozzer again, but I couldn't help giggling at his answer to the question "what he does to prepare himself in the last 5-10 minutes before going on stage" (18 min 30 sec). Here's what he said:
"Nothing, ever... nothing. No yodelling, no alcohol, no gargling, no JUGGLING..."
Seems like he changed his mind on that very quickly! Or Monsieur was just lying, as he finds it very useful.
But moving on from that and now coming to the title of this blog entry - one of those three M was there in person, coincidentally being the interviewee, but two more M were present for anyone who looked closely - not me of course, but luckily there are others whose attention span isn't as limited. It was mentioned once that the TWoM blog was basically set up by Orange M. and Kerry M. (which in my deluded opinion spawned the TTY statement titled "4 Morrissey" the next day), and it was first noticed by Jaz that at 3 min 50 sec, after talking about "boos", he seems to get aware that it's a homophone of "booze", and makes a drinking gesture while his lips form "Boozey", which, as some of you might know, is our favourite (and completely undeserved) nickname for Mlle Kerry. Here's a screen grab:
The presence of the other M was noticed by Sarah Munro on Twitter, and you can imagine that this old Fruit almost suffered a stroke - look at his watch, visible at around 4 min 10 sec:
Right, I'll go back to fanning myself.
Some might argue that it's ridiculous to turn it into a sign each time when Monsieur appears with something orange, which might coincidentally happen on occasion, and I'm not even disagreeing... But it wasn't just a bracelet, it was a wristwatch, and I'm a Clockwork Orange after all. And although he was juggling only two Oranges, there was a THIRD one visible. I've blogged about flimsier signs before!
Speaking of which - and going back to the Green Room at James Corden again - has anyone else noticed that the flowers on the table appear to be roses?
They're PINK - but does it mean anything? Who knows!