BBC presenter wants Roy Keane to fill in for him on popular quiz show
Published 14/04/2016 | 08:44
BBC presenter Richard Osman is backing Roy Keane to take over from him if he ever left his job on Pointless.
Osman co-presents the show, which rewards obscure knowledge, with Alexander Armstrong. They put a question to 100 people for 100 seconds and the object of the game is for competitors to try and think of an answer no one said.
I'm sure if Richard gave those 100 people a chance to guess who would replace him, few would come up with the former Manchester United and Ireland captain.
Keane's new spectacles have led some to draw comparisons between the pair and watching ITV last night, Osman couldn't help but feel that Keane could fill his boots.
Seeing Roy Keane wearing glasses makes me think he'd be a great replacement if I ever left Pointless.— Richard Osman (@richardosman) April 13, 2016
"It's my Pointless friend, it's Roy Keane!" pic.twitter.com/pmdNjeYUWl— Richard Osman (@richardosman) April 13, 2016