Russell Brand On His Hostile Morning Joe Takeover: Msnbc Show Dishes “shrill, White Noise”

Unfriendly fire: William Hague was criticised by Noel Gallagher and writer Charles Moore was booed by the audience for having a go at Russell Brand

‘I don’t know if I would be alive if it wasn’t for her’: Robin Thicke gushes about wife Paula Patton in wake of groping scandal ‘Meaning that GQ can now stand for genocide quips. ‘I mention that only to make the next comment a bit lighter because if any of you know a little bit about history and fashion, you’ll know Hugo Boss made the uniforms for the Nazis,’ he added. ‘But they did look f****** fantastic, lets face it, while they were killing people on the basis of their religion and sexuality.” Brand, who ended his speech by telling Noel Gallagher, another of the winners on the night, “Good luck getting more offensive than that, son”, was then according to The Sun kicked out of the aftershow party in central London. A spokesman for GQ declined to comment on the claims when contacted. Brand was seen chatting to Noel Gallagher and Rita Ora at the party, but he looked unnerved after taking a few photos with fans, and then made a swift exit accompanied by his security guard. Offensive: GQ editor Dylan Jones with The Who rocker Roger Daltrey. Jones told Brand what he did to the event sponsors was ‘offensive’ Brand took to Twitter to tell his fans about an exchange he said he had with Jones The comic took to Twitter to tell his fans about an exchange he said he had with the magazine’s editor Dylan Jones, writing: ‘GQ editor: What you did was very offensive to Hugo Boss. ‘Me: What Hugo Boss did was very offensive to the Jews’, which was accompanied by the hashtag ‘#nazitailor’. The fashion firm backed the event to the tune of 250,000, and would no doubt have been left reeling by Brand’s tirade which included him putting a finger under his nose to mimic Hitler’s moustache and goose-stepping on stage. It isn’t the first time Brand has run into trouble at the annual bash. In 2006 he was involved in a row with Rod Stewart after telling guests at the event he had slept with his daughter Kimberly. In 1999, GQ editor James Brown resigned after the magazine published a list of of the 200 most stylish men of the 20th century, which included the Nazis and Field Marshal Rommel alongside Humphrey Bogart and John F Kennedy. The star-studded dinner and pretty raucous award ceremony with a night full of barbs and verbal fisticuffs attended by celebrities including Lou Reed, Simon Pegg, Sir Bobby Charlton, Rita Ora, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Justin Timberlake.

Russell Brand jokes about sex with ex-wife Katy Perry: I’d be thinking, ‘think of anyone, anyone else’

Russell Brand made an off-color joke about his sex life with ex-wife Katy Perry during a recent stand-up routine at a show in London. Speaking at a warm-up gig for his Messiah Complex tour at the Soho Theater on July 31, the funny-man joked that after his divorce he considered becoming a monk. PAUL HACKETT/Reuters Brand said Id be thinking think of anyone, anyone else, during sex with ex-wife Katy Perry. “When you’re a monk, you’re not allowed to have sex with anyone,” Brand reportedly said . “When you’re married, it’s one person. That’s one more than a monk. It’s not that different.” To the 38-year-old comedian being married to one person is apparently no different than being celibate. He went on to quip that he would often have to fantasize about other women. PHOTOS: CELEBRITY BREAKUPS: THE EX FILES Chris Pizzello/AP Katy Perry, left, and Russell Brand divorced after a 14-month marriage. The comedian asked for a divorce in December of 2011, via text message. “I’d be having sex thinking, ‘think of anyone, anyone else.'” Brand ended his marriage to Perry, 28, in December of 2011.

“Often when you encounter rudeness from the crew, it is an indication that the show is not running smoothly, perhaps that day, or maybe in general. When I landed in my chair, on camera, and was introduced to the show’s hostsa typical trident of blonde, brunette and affable chumpit became clear that, in spite of the show’s stated left-leaning inclination, the frequency they were actually broadcasting was the shrill, white noise of dumb current affairs.” PHOTOS: Alec Baldwin’s seven angriest feuds Watching the clip from his June 18 appearance, Brand does seem visibly annoyed right off the bat atMorning Joe’s three-against-one format, which allows the majority to natter on among themselves, though he converses amiably enough at first. The “blonde, brunette and affable chump” in his case were regular cohost Mika Brzezinski and panelists Brian Shactman and Katty Kay, and he didn’t take well to them discussing him as if he had already left the set. Writing in The Guardianthat TV hosts are often “perfectly amiable” when you talk to them off-camera, Brand opines that “when the red light goes on they immediately transform into shark-eyed Stepford berks talking in a cadence you encounter nowhere else but TV-landa meter that implies simultaneously carefree whimsy and stifled hysteria. There is usually a detachment from the content.” He goes on: “This abstraction I think occurs through institutionalization. If your function is to robotically report a pre-existing agenda, you needn’t directly interface with the content.” PHOTOS: Justin Bieber’s best Instagrams and twitpics Brand notes his surprise that this particular appearance went viral because so many of his TV interviews “have the odd ‘cuckoo’ ambience that defines this transient slice of pop cultural life.” “It’s the unreal, sustained glitch in naturalism that makes this genre of TV disturbing to either watch or be on,” he continues. “The Lynchian subjugation of our humanity; warmth and humor, usurped by a sterile, pastel-colored steel blade benignly thrust again and again into a gray brain.” So, basically, Brand is saying that watching the type of infotainment served up byMorning Joeis the equivalent of getting a lobotomy. PHOTOS: Miley’s most outrageous quotes But it sounds like theMJcrew took his wits-matching appearance in strideand maybe even got a little excited by all the interest it would generate about their show. “Wow… you WON’T believe what Russell Brand said to me this morning!! Watch the absolutely wild interview here,” Brzezinski tweeted after his appearance, probably referring to his infamous water bottle comment, along with a link to the interview.