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Jack Whitehall says he’s “in full bloom” while making fun of Orlando’s LA lifestyle

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Jack Whitehall said he will be “in full bloom” in preparation for his appearance at the Brit Awards this year.

The comedian was referring, of course, to Canterbury-born Orlando Bloom’s bizarre column in the Sunday Times last month.

The Kent A-Lister spoke about his Buddhism, veganism and his Zen morning routine.

Jack, joking about having to lose a little lockdown weight to fit into his hosting tuxedo, said he was going to take a page out of the movie star’s book.

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He said, “Yeah, it’s back on the Hollywood diet for me ahead of the British after I let myself go during the lockdown.

“I’m going to Bloom to prepare to be on stage again.

“It has to be brain oil and new oats, whatever it takes to get that Hollywood body.

Orlando Bloom now lives in LA with his pop star wife Katy Perry

“There will be training sessions and peloton rides to be camera-ready.”

In his all-encompassing piece for the Sunday Times, Orlando admitted chanting 20 minutes of Buddhist chant each morning before washing “a little hazelnut milk, cinnamon, vanilla paste, hazelnuts, goji berries, vegan protein powder” with a cup of PJ Tips for breakfast.

The piece was so bizarre that many fans thought it was a parody the first time it was read.

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The Brit Awards will take place on May 11th and will again be hosted by Jack, who has had fans talking about his risky celebrity gimmicks for the past few years.

The event will be the first major indoor event since the pandemic, involving 2,500 NHS and key staff.

Jack said, “They’re the people who most deserve a night to let their hair fall. It’s going to be very special – heroes in the room.”

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