Jason Manford ‘broke down in tears’ over coronavirus fears as tour axed

Jason Manford raiding for the teacher on a stolen bike.

Jason Manford is torn by fear in the middle of a coronavirus pandemic (Photo: Channel 4).

Jason Manford was joking that he couldn’t pay his mortgage after the coronavirus pandemic.

A 38-year-old boy had to continue his tour, Curtains: It’s a musical, but we had to cancel the show because of health care.

And the comedian explained that because of the failure, he finally burst into tears, joking that he would have to find another way to pay the mortgage on the family home.

During a performance at Steph’s on Wednesday, he talked about the way he manages healthcare.

When he talked to Steph McGovern, he was joking: I took a vacation for my mortgage. This is one of the worst holidays of my life…

In the beginning I was worried because I would be on tour and everything was cancelled.

Steph McGovern’s photograph from an interview with Jason Manford on Channel 4, Channel Re-use of the photograph may require additional permission from the copyright holder.

Jason came to the Steph Show on Wednesday (Credits: PA).

I came back from Leicester, where I had just finished and did eight shows a week, on tour since September, by car, with a little worry about the whole situation.

It wasn’t just his financial situation that made Jason rattle, because he was also worried about how he was going to live as a full-time father.

The television star is the father of six children, whom he shares with his ex-wife Catherine, and meets two children with his current wife Lucy Dike, whom he married in 2017.

He referred to the prospect of permanent leave in the country of origin and went on: I also think when I get back, I’ll have to retrain myself to become a full-time father.

Because I didn’t. I was a bit of an old-fashioned breadwinner who went out and put dinner on the table.

(Image by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Jason explained that the carpet was torn from all the rugs (Photo: WireImage).

Going home, doing homework, cooking, meeting friends… It’s a completely different world.

We all took the rug out from under our feet.

Whatever situation you’re in, it’s totally different than it was a month ago.

Jason put his fear for the future aside to save an elementary school teacher who had stolen her bicycle and was unable to come to school.

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When he talked about his story, he told the audience that he had bought a bicycle to replace the one that had been taken away from him.

I’m a little embarrassed to tell you this story, he said, Steph.

I saw her on Facebook, she needed a new bike, so I bought one for her so she could take the kids and teach the important staff.

A real hero.

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