Jonathan Rhys Meyers ‘brings shame’…surely not, dear heart?

King Henry VIII, who knew?

Some terribly boring historian by the name of David Starkey (who?) has very publicly said that ‘The Tudors’ has brought shame on the BBC with ‘its ignorance of the facts.’ Apparently much of the costumeage was Elizabethan, and much of the series a portrayal of ‘terrible history with no point.’ Who knew?

We’re afraid to say that Starkers hath offended us deeply, because there are many aspects of that highly historical and accurate programme that we happen to admire. Here are two of them, with pictorial evidence.  Career change, anyone?

'Tis Henry Cavill


Look at the arms on it Ooohhhhhhhh Oh, hello

Elizabethan costume, what? Thankings.

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3 comments to “Jonathan Rhys Meyers ‘brings shame’…surely not, dear heart?”

  1. A Starkey a gay too! You’d think he’d have more class than to criticise JRM, I mean, look at him.

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  2. where are the last two pics from? :P

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  3. Oh MMM, with this JRM cockage you are really spoiling us

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