THE TV presenter and magician, 43, hosts ITV’s Britain’s Got More Talent, Catchphrase and In For A Penny.
Here he reveals his earliest memory, how often he has sex, and his favourite show as a child.
What scares you?
The dark, and people with big eyes. They freak me out.
What is your favourite word?
Unbelievable. It fits everything.
Who or what is the love of your life?
My sister Suzie. Is that a bit weird?
What makes you angry?
People who spit.
Who makes you laugh the most?
Ricky Gervais and the TV show This Country – it’s really good.
What is your worst habit?
Leaving windows open.
How often do you have sex?
Who would you invite to a dinner party?
Emma Willis and Alan Carr.
All-time favourite movie?
The Shawshank Redemption.
Favourite TV show as a child?
Grange Hill! I saw Zammo [actor Lee MacDonald, 51] the other day.
What is your earliest memory?
Being six years old and having a nightmare where I thought the Pied Piper was in my room.
It was terrible. I freaked my parents out as well.
What song would you have played at your funeral?
Which public figure do you most admire?
Kate and Wills. They are so, so nice. I met them at the Royal Variety Performance in 2014.
What possession would you rescue from a burning building?
My piano, although I might break my back doing it.
Who was your first kiss?
It was a girl called Kristen.
Do you have a party trick?
I have a couple! I can turn my feet backwards – completely backwards, while facing forwards.
I can also squish a 6in nail into my nose.
And my best one – which Keith Lemon, Emma Willis, Holly Willoughby and Ant and Dec always want me to do – is to make a bottle of wine appear from nowhere at any moment.
How do you relax?
I relax on the balcony of my home in Brighton, overlooking the sea.
Tea or coffee?
Tea. I’ve never had a cup of coffee in my life. Or a curry. I’m very proud of that!
Who would you like to apologise to?
To the whole country for when they saw my feet on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway last series, because I have the most horrific feet in the world.
They’re like Monster Munch.
What do you think happens when we die?
I think I am going to go into the afterlife for entertainers.
What are your best and worst qualities?
My best is being a friend to people, and my worst is my eating habits.
I’m a very plain eater.
Most famous person in your phone?
It’s got to be Simon Cowell.
- Watch Stephen on In For A Penny, Saturdays, 7.30pm, ITV.
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