Monday 26 February 2018

'There were more hangovers this time around' - Sky's daredevil mammies outdo reformed party animal Baz Ashmawy

Nancy and Baz Ashmawy in '50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy'
Nancy and Baz Ashmawy in '50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy'
Baz Ashmawy and his mammy
Geraldine Gittens

Geraldine Gittens

Irish TV presenter Baz Ashmawy has said the four new mammies in his Sky show 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy got on so well that they were nursing hangovers after nights out together.

The four new daredevil mammies, Grace (73) from Scotland, Rosaline (65) from Singapore, Ann (77) from London, and Joy (73) born in Jamaica but living in the UK, had the “odd brandy” together after filming.

“I couldn’t have asked for a better bunch,” he told the Irish Daily Mail.

“Mum had a ball and there were a lot more hangovers this time around because they did have the odd brandy together at night while I was up in my bed.”

The presenter began filming the third and final series of 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy last April.

Baz and his mum Nancy are a big success overseas after winning an International Emmy for the Sky series.

“This season looks more at older people and the thing they have in common is their willingness to live and have an adventure.”

“They are very inspiring women to be around and because they were so up for everything... It kind of reignited that travel bug in me again too.”

The new season will see Baz and the mammies hitting the road for Dubai, Peru, and Canada and other locations.

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