Friday 15 December 2017

Will Young’s attempt at weather forecasting was cloudy at best

The singer pulled a sad face to imply it was going to rain, during a Sky News bulletin.

Will Young (Sky)
Will Young (Sky)

By Laura Harding, Press Association Senior Entertainment Correspondent

Will Young proved he should stick to singing when he tried his hand at weather forecasting during a visit to a TV studio.

The pop star attempted to point to parts of the weather map during a bulletin on Sky News, but struggled to locate the Midlands.

Dressed in very loose fitting shorts, Young let regular weather presenter Nazaneen Ghaffar deliver the forecast, while he made vague hand gestures.

When Ghaffar said there would be showers in Scotland and Ireland, Young pulled a sad face.

He ended his efforts with a bow, while Ghaffar gave a small curtsy.

Young and Ghaffar both shared their combined forecast on Twitter, with the broadcaster adding the caption: “I think my job is safe.”

Young was visiting the Sky News studio to discuss his new LGBT podcast Homo Sapiens, which he hosts with Chris Sweeney.

Press Association

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