James Corden admits he was ‘ungracious’ to restaurant staff: ‘It was wrong’
One of Britain’s best loved television presenters says he was ‘ungracious’ to staff at his favourite restaurant because there was a problem with the food.
Jimmy Tarbuck says he is ‘incredibly grateful’ to his staff for helping him survive his life-threatening illness.
The actor, who played the loveable Derride in TV sitcom Love Thy Neighbour, confirmed he can’t take credit for his famous bowel movements but admitted he would be heartbroken if he never ate a proper meal again.
Jimmy Tarbuck, 56, made a full recovery after collapsing at his home in London, suffering an intestinal blockage.
He is believed to have suffered from a parasite, which caused him to have diarrhoea and vomiting.
Speaking about his recovery over the phone from Los Angeles, Tarbuck, who starred in I Wouldn’t Want to Live Here, said he was ‘incredibly grateful’ to staff at his favourite restaurant, Tazza, where he visited with friend and fellow actor Peter Vaughan.
Jimmy Tarbuck talks about his life-saving surgery: ‘When I was struggling with my health, I often turned to my friends in the industry and it was wrong of me to do – it was ungracious. But it was like that for me, it wasn’t about them, it was about me.’ Speaking of his bowel blockage, Tarbuck said: ‘When I was struggling with my health, I often turned to my friends in the industry and it was wrong of me to do – it was ungracious. But it was like that for me, it wasn’t about them, it was about me.
‘So I would say to them, “Look, I’ve got this thing going on, don’t worry about me – I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t sleep, I had to drink a bucket of water in the night because I was paralysed by diarrhoea and I had to go to hospital in the middle of the night.”
‘But that’s not what