Knightmare in the Evening Standard

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Knightmare in the Evening Standard

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The crowd outside the studio are clearly in their teens and unless they've seen the Challenge repeats would have no idea what the hell Knightmare even is, and are probably just there because of the youtube stars. Still good to see it getting lots of attention though :)

Here's a small if fun writeup from today's London Evening Standard:

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Still can't quite believe this is actually happening.
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Billy wrote:The crowd outside the studio are clearly in their teens and unless they've seen the Challenge repeats would have no idea what the hell Knightmare even is, and are probably just there because of the youtube stars. Still good to see it getting lots of attention though :)

Here's a small if fun writeup from today's London Evening Standard:

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Still can't quite believe this is actually happening.
An embarrassing admission would be if you think keith lemon's funny, to want to be on km is a priviledge, screw what the media have to say to that, they still think videogames make people kill.

Back on topic man that crowd would've been cleared out if all us km forumers were there :), if none of them even asked Hiugo & knight to sign something then the world's truly gone mad, but it's still great to see it's still getting tons of coverage.
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Knightmare in the Evening Standard

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Billy wrote:A small if fun writeup from [last Thursday]'s London Evening Standard
I saw this too. Just a quick read of the paper before bed, I thought. And there it was: my first sighting of the word Knightmare in print in a newspaper. If I wasn't buzzing about Knightmare before that, I was positively making honey afterwards. I might even cut it out and stick it on the fridge. No wait, even better: on the FREEZER.

Edit 21/09/2016: article online at
http://www.standard.co.uk/comment/comme ... 31402.html. Details of Rosamund Urwin's latest Knightmare reference are on the website: http://knightmare.com/articles/coverage ... girl-power
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