Miranda Hart has said that The Sun's news story that her hit sitcom is returning for Series 4 is "not true".British Comedy Guide, 11th January 2018
Miranda Hart's clumsy, excitable persona with her foghorn laugh is a welcome antidote to the current convention that all women are superior beings. But since quitting Call The Midwife and ending her self-titled sitcom, her TV appearances have been hit-and-miss.
She shone as the compere of the Royal Variety Performance. But in Miranda Does Christmas (C4), a one-off chatshow with Prue Leith, Susan Calman and David Tennant, she was all over the place -- and several days too late.
We had Christmas quizzes, and banter about favourite carols, and every guest was treated to a silly gift. Prue got a painting by a David Hockney (not the artist, just a bloke with the same name). David got a Doctor Who doll.
A choir delivered a medley of Christmas Number Ones, and Miranda led everyone in a conga. 'Such fun,' she shrieked. No, it wasn't. It was the TV equivalent of a three-day-old turkey sandwich.Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 28th December 2017
The worst moment was probably the outbreak of festive dancing at the front of the stage, which was about as embarrassing as a disco with your relatives in the living room.Chris Harvey, The Telegraph, 27th December 2017
It wouldn't be Christmas without Miranda Hart raising a mince pie and falling over. Here, she harks back to the simple days of childhood when the festive season was fun, and heads out on to the streets to spread joy. Back in the studio, guests including David Tennant, Sam Smith and Prue Leith get the Miranda treatment. If that sounds like hell, don't wait around for the gospel choir singing a Christmas mashup.Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 27th December 2017
The British actor is worth a whopping £3.5 million, according to Famous Net Worth.Emily Hodgkin, The Daily Express, 19th December 2017
Miranda Hart is set to host the Royal Variety Performance 2017, the first solo female presenter to do so in its 105 year history.British Comedy Guide, 1st November 2017
Apparently, I was rather serious as a child. My mother told me a story about how on a hot summer's day once, aged about five, I was chatting to my parents and grandparents while walking backwards and, unbeknown to me, the paddling pool was a lot closer than I realised. I fell backwards (mid-chat) into the pool, to their hysterics, especially as they could see it all coming, and to my deep and severe lack of amusement - which, of course, made it even funnier.Miranda Hart, The Telegraph, 6th October 2017