Sheridan Smith reveals she wants her son to grow up around animals and now has SIX donkeys… as she performs with Gary Barlow  

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Sheridan Smith is set to reveal on Saturday’s episode of The Jonathan Ross Show that she stuffed six donkeys and six dogs into her house because she wanted her son Billy to grow up around animals.

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The 40-year-old actress, who performed with her “icon” Gary Barlow on the show, admitted that her working-class parents never allowed her to have pets, so she had to buy animals when her son was born. Have been taken.

She says: ‘When I was little we grew up very working class and I begged my mom and dad to let me keep animals and they were like “no” … now I have a son who is 17 months old And I guess I wanted him to grow up around animals.’

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‘I got away’: Sheridan Smith reveals on Saturday’s episode of The Jonathan Ross Show that she stuffed six donkeys and six dogs in her house for her son, Billy

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Sheridan recounts how she initially had four donkeys, adding: ‘I didn’t know they were pregnant.

‘I had four and then suddenly they got fat. Suddenly one of them’s legs came out.

‘It was stuck and I saw a YouTube video and I’m dragging legs. I became like a donkey babysitter!’

Sheridan is joined by former Take That star Gary on the show as they recently collaborated on a Christmas song titled How Christmas Is Sapod to Be.

Duo: The 40-year-old actress, who performed on the show with her 'icon' Gary Barlow, when promoting her new Christmas song How Christmas Is Spawned to Be.

Duo: The 40-year-old actress, who performed on the show with her ‘icon’ Gary Barlow, when promoting her new Christmas song How Christmas Is Spawned to Be.

On his decision to write a Christmas album, Gary says: ‘It started last Christmas. I don’t know how you guys felt but I thought something got robbed last Christmas.

‘Christmas came and came and went very quickly – we didn’t have many people in the house that we wanted.

‘My short answer to this was that I kept taking naps in the studio writing and performing these Christmas songs and having a great time.’

Wonder!  Sheridan recounts how she initially had four donkeys, adding: 'I didn't know they were pregnant.  'I had four and then suddenly they got fat.'

Wonder! Sheridan recounts how she initially had four donkeys, adding: ‘I didn’t know they were pregnant. ‘I had four and then suddenly they got fat.’

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'It was stuck and I saw a YouTube video and I'm dragging legs.  I became like a donkey babysitter!'  she laughs on the show

‘It was stuck and I saw a YouTube video and I’m dragging legs. I became like a donkey babysitter!’ she laughs on the show

New Track: Sheridan is joined on the show by former Take That star Gary as they recently collaborated on a Christmas song called How Christmas Is Sapod to Be.

New Track: Sheridan is joined on the show by former Take That star Gary as they recently collaborated on a Christmas song called How Christmas Is Sapod to Be.

Sheridan also revealed that she is a longtime fan of Gary, saying: ‘I never told Gary but he was my favorite.

‘I love bros too but take it, I grew up with them. We met backstage at the Royal Variety Show and I was dressed as Silla.

‘He [Gary] Came backstage and I said “Hiya. I’m a big fan. Would you like to have my number?”

‘And then when we were in lockdown Gary did crooner sessions with Sting and all these wonderful people and asked me to join in and then called me and said they wrote a Christmas song and made me jump at the chance. Awarded for

Celebration: On his decision to write the Christmas album, Gary says: 'It started last Christmas.  I don't know how you guys felt but I thought something got robbed last Christmas.

Celebration: On his decision to write the Christmas album, Gary says: ‘It started last Christmas. I don’t know how you guys felt but I thought something got robbed last Christmas.

Distraction: He continued 'Christmas came and came and went very quickly - we didn't have many people in the house that we wanted.'

Distraction: He continued ‘Christmas came and came and went very quickly – we didn’t have many people in the house that we wanted.’

Distraction: 'My little answer to this was that I was going to go into the studio and write and perform these Christmas songs and have a great time,' he admitted

Distraction: ‘My little answer to this was that I was going to go into the studio and write and perform these Christmas songs and have a great time,’ he admitted

Talking about his popular crooner sessions, Gary says: ‘We did 90 sessions throughout the two lockdowns. It was just wonderful. The fun was something you didn’t see.

Fun Sting was like calling someone and saying ‘What shall we sing?’ It was all the fun we had behind the scenes.

‘For anyone who doesn’t want to know the magic of it, close your ears – we had to do our sessions separately.

‘I wake up in the morning and before taking the dogs…

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