Moving On?! David Walliams In Hot Romance With Russell Brand? [PHOTO]

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Few weeks ago, it was reported that David Walliams broke up with his model wife Lara Stone. It appears the British actor and comedian have moved on from the split.

The brit comedian appears to have fully embraced the oft-repeated mantra ‘the show must go on’.

A new image shows the 43-year-old TV personality planting a big kiss on fellow comedian Russell Brand, 39 while they recorded a sketch together ahead of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day. (So they aren’t an item, it’s just for a comedy show)

David Walliams and Russell Brand

With eyes closed, David is seen faking passion as he kissed Russell Brand on the cheek while the later held David closely with one hand and took a selfie of the act with the other hand.

The scene was shot as part of a sketch entitled Who’s Got What It Takes To Be A National Treasure? set to air on BBC during Red Nose Day.

Russell is seen chatting with Stephen Fry, who appears to be one of the judges during the comedy sketch
Russell is seen chatting with Stephen Fry, who appears to be one of the judges during the comedy sketch

David said of the competition: ‘To make a good Comic Relief sketch you need something special, you need big guest stars and something you can only see on that one day of the year – Red Nose Day. For me, this is hopefully all of those things.

Miranda Hart, who is also a judge, is seen laughing as Russell apparently begs for a win.
Miranda Hart, who is also a judge, is seen laughing as Russell apparently begs for a win.

‘I’m really excited about this year’s Red Nose Day campaign because it’s a real bumper year for comedy, and the whole reason that I loved Comic Relief at school and beyond was because I loved comedy.

‘The point of the evening is to raise money, but unless you’ve got some great comedy that people really want to see, you’re not going to raise as much as you would otherwise.’

MailOnline

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