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‘The good thing about that moment when you are on the floor is the only way you can look is up. When I wasn’t successful, women didn’t see anything to be attracted to. A break in television was inevitable for this rising star, and brief appearances on the 90s hit shows, The Real Mc Coy and Blouse and Skirt not only added yet another dimension to his growing list of talents, but also cemented his presence on the screen.For it was here that he was spotted on by music channel, MTV.Together with fellow broadcaster, Kat B, the duo culminated a huge following resulting in the most-listened to show on the station’s weekend schedule.In 2007, Richard landed his own show on the station.However, Richard’s television career was far from over.In 1999, Richard secured his own weekly show on Channel 4.
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