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I'm always running in heels and I come a-cropper all the time, falling over wires and all sorts, but I've never fallen on the live show, thank God.
If they get past the quarterfinals, they will be a serious danger to any team but could come a-cropper against Armagh in the semis.
Just as an unhealthy obsession with wanting to see a colleague or neighbour come a-cropper lays bare our own insecurities and paranoia, the pathological anti-English anger simmering in the breasts of some of our compatriots is an unhealthy sign.
Janet Betts, of Latchingdon, Essex - mum of Ecstasy victim Leah Betts, 18 - said: "It makes me think things like `I wish these pop stars could come a-cropper.