Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield take photos of Jäger with Rick Astley on This Morning … while Phil makes VERY brutal joke
Rick Astley got the party going during the Wednesday edition of This Morning when he shot Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield with him.
The 53-year-old singer discussed his musical comeback with the presenting duo and decided to release them at the end of the interview by forcing them to make Jägermeister recordings with him.
The hit-maker Never Gonna Give You Up revealed that he has a superstition about smothering the drink when he appears on TV – and Holly and Phil were only too happy to be prepared.
On the drink: Rick Astley started the party during the Wednesday edition of This Morning when he let Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield shoot with him
Rick explained that he is doing it with his band & # 39; every breakfast radio, every breakfast show & # 39; – and had already had a chance before the program went into the broadcast.
& # 39; Don't Sip! & # 39 ;, Rick warned them as they slammed the drinks back and urged Phil to spot: & # 39; Don't you know us at all? & # 39;
Phil, 57, couldn't help but make a cheeky joke about making sweet music.
While discussing his songwriting process, he said: & # 39; I have a garage setup, I like to turn the lights off and turn on until I make a record. & # 39;
Phil could not resist ushering in: & # 39; I did that … but never made a record. & # 39;
For that: the hit maker Never Gonna Give You has a superstition about how he can seep the drink when he appears on TV – and Holly and Phil were only too happy to be prepared
Mocking his father's joke, Rick moaned: & # 39; Oh dear, oh dear! & # 39 ;.
The icon from the 80s returned to music in 2001 and again in 2016 and has just released a best of record, appropriately entitled The Best of Me.
He explained why he wanted to release the album and said: & # 39; Because everything is clearly on the internet, it is when you make a great hit album on the internet, so I think it is reasonable to do something new.
& # 39; So I recorded songs and made new ones. [Re-recording hits] is a bit scary, so I don't want to disappoint people, I've saved the melody, so if anyone knows the melody they can sing along, they want that too.
& # 39; We've delayed it and put it in a different key, so it's a bit darker. & # 39;
& # 39; Don't Sip! & # 39 ;: Rick warned the duo not to cheat when they slammed the drinks back and urged Phil to mock: & # 39; Don't you know us at all? & # 39;
Rick retired in 1993, just six years after he first grew up, but insists he has no regrets.
When he left the music industry, Rick said: & # 39; Pop music is intense, or you put everything in it and give it your whole life or you have no hits …
& # 39; I had enough after four or five years. There was a moment when it certainly ended, I went to Heathrow to go to New York, I just had enough.
& # 39; I stopped the car and had a tear in my eyes and said I can't do this now. & # 39;