John Smith's Showstopper/ TBWA\London

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Engelbert Humperdinck croons his hit 'Please Release Me' to an adoring audience but as Engelbert reaches the climax and prepares to sing the last line, "Please release me, let me go", Peter Kay enters the scene carrying a tray of drinks for his family. As the singer is about to deliver the highly anticipated final note, Kay interrupts in his usual matter-of-fact "no nonsense" style and finishes the song with a loud "go". Agency: TBWA\London. Written and art directed by Paul Silburn. Director: Danny Kleinman through Spectre

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Released: 02 January 2004

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