Open Post: Hosted By The Drunk BBC Radio Host Who Got Pulled Off The Air For Being A Mess

May 13, 2013 / Posted by:

The only reason to go to work on your last day is to get ten kinds of drunk at lunch and tell your soon-to-be ex co-workers what you really think of their asses. Well, Paula White of BBC Radio Stoke did the first part and it got her kicked off the air. The BBC moved Paula’s Friday afternoon slot to Saturdays and before her last weekday show, she got shit-faced drunk. So when she got on air, she slurred her words and had herself a P-A-R-T-Y for one! Before they ruined Paula’s buzz by pulling her off of the air after only 30 minutes, she spat out wine-covered gems like these:

“I’ve had a couple of drinks, I’m not drunk. I’m sad.”

“Let’s just throw it all out! I don’t get told what songs to – No, I do get told what songs to play! But I don’t get told what songs to play on the last day of my shoooooooooow!”

“It’s a P-A-R-T-Y because I said so? Some people will say, ‘Oh, thank goodness she’s gone.’”

After 30 minutes of that, a different host came on to say that Paula was sent home, because she wasn’t feeling well. Those bitches. They obviously don’t know real entertainment, because they shouldn’t have shut Paula’s drunk hole. They should’ve promoted her ass by giving her every slot available (wink wink) and they should’ve given her a bonus in the form of coupons to Bargain Booze. Whatever, BBC Radio doesn’t deserve Paula White! Paula White should come to America and join NBC’s family. Because NBC doesn’t only embrace drunks, but they put them on the air every weekday morning. Kathie Lee and Hoda, anyone?

via HuffPo

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