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Logging on to Mumsnet, the former Deputy Prime Minister revealed he would have Prince, Cate Blanchett and Angela Merkel at his fantasy dinner party - but declined to reply to the cheeky user who asked: 'Does anyone else find him a little bit sexy?
'Mr Clegg, 50, who will defend his seat in Sheffield Hallam in the General Election next month, was not afraid to tackle some of the light-hearted questions on users' minds.
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Most people want to have a good-looking date for their high school reunion, but four guys with more at stake than just pride scramble to find the right girl for the occasion in this comedy.
Max (Hooks), Drew (Darryl Brunson), and Jelly Roll (Christopher Richards) have been close friends since high school.Shortly after graduation, they made a bet — each man threw 50 dollars into a pot, and it was decided whoever brought the best-looking woman to their ten-year high school reunion would get all the money.Ten years down the line, the guys discover that after ten years of smart investing, the two hundred bucks has become a whopping 50,000 dollars, but as their reunion looms on the horizon, none of them has a girlfriend, or even a steady date.When one asked whether he would ever follow in Ed Balls' footsteps and sign up for Strictly, Mr Clegg said he would not, adding: 'My teenage kids find me embarrassing enough as it is.'Among his most revealing responses was his fantasy dinner party line up, which included Prince, Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett, Nobel Prize-winning author J M Coetzee, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the late Václav Havel, who served as the Former President of Czechoslovakia.Mr Clegg also answered candidly to a question about how he reacted to President Trump's victory. 'Followed, I must confess, by a sorrowful cigarette.' The former leader of the Liberal Democrats also addressed issues parents had with the party. As the father of two teenage girls, I am extremely concerned about this kind of advertising which can demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies.