Albi LeGrinch is hosting yet another lavish annual feast at his winter wonderland estate, but before the festivities can begin he’s found hung from the top of his own giant Christmas tree! Join us in the lounge-grotto to find out who lassoed LeGrinch…
You mirror your angelic choir-singing background by wearing a gorgeous white lace dress and sparkling tiara. White wellington boots complete the picture (it rains a lot in the valleys)!
Putting the ‘power’ in power-dressing you wear a perfectly tailored green pin-stripe suit, with shoulder pads that would make Joan Collins blush. Your hair is tied neatly out of the way and your stylish glasses are for reading small print only. A small holly brooch adorns your lapel, for sentimental reasons.
Smartly dressed in shirt, bow-tie, polished shoes and cuff links, you carry a white towel over your arm in case of emergency. Slicked back hair and a well-groomed moustache finish your impeccable appearance.
As a working artist, you keep things casual with blue jeans, gingham shirt and a wine-coloured sports jacket. Wearing one shoe and one trainer hints at your possibly dual personality, and even the dictaphone you carry around sometimes has two different voices on it!
You’re always on the clock and, as such, whenever you leave the house you dress up as Father Christmas - red trousers, red coat, red hat, flowing white beard and a sackful of who knows what.
It’s Christmas, so along with the green ‘Kiss the Cook’ apron you normally wear, you’ve managed to attach mistletoe to yourself in various places. Rosy red cheeks and a blouse to match are stylishly offset by the prized wooden spoon you permanently carry around.
Due to a mishap at the airport, you’ve only got the outfit you wore to your last gig, which happens to be a Mrs Claus costume. Red skirt, red top, hat and green knee socks are given added bling by various gold chains and a massive pearl necklace.
Your jaded jokes look futuristic compared to your Christmas getup: brown trousers, a patterned Christmas sweater even Noel Edmonds wouldn’t wear and that paper hat from a Christmas cracker.