Tom Daley, Usain Bolt + Jess Ennis for Jonathan Ross





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Published on Aug 18, 2012

He acquired many admirers when he competed in the 2012 London Games wearing nothing but a pair of pants as he showed off his diving skills.
And keen to continue to show off his toned physique Tom Daley opted to wear a shirtless collar for his appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show.
The cheeky 18-year-old Olympic champion was joined on the ITV show alongside the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, one of the sexiest women in the world Kelly Brook, and Colin Farrell

Joking about his risqué choice of clothing for the evening, Tom told Ross: 'The invite I got said smart/casual'.
The young diver who won a bronze medal, for his stunning showing during the games confessed that he despite the fact that he's taken to the diving board a number of times he still gets scared.
He said: 'I get scared every time I'm up there (on the board). A 10 metre board is the height of two double decker buses and half a car, all piled up on top of each other.
'It's a long way up and I get scared every time. I've hit my head twice', he added.
Daley also spoke about the pain of losing his father prior to the Games: 'I'm gutted he wasn't there to watch it. All the hard work we put in together when I was young paid off. It's good my family have finally got some good news.'

Showing off his medals, on tonight's show Usain Bolt revealed his plans to become a footballer.
Convinced he can play for Manchester United, the Jamaican native told Jonathan: 'I'll be there, if the money's right. No problem'.

Questioned on his decision to try out for Alex Ferguson's squad, Bolt said: 'That's definitely one thing I want to try. I think I'll be good. I can do that. I've got the skills.

The sprinter then explained what goes through his head as he thinks about what he has achieved in the world of sport and the world records he has created.
The 25-year-old quipped: 'Sometimes I sit down and think, "I'm actually the fastest man in the world. I can beat you, I can beat you, I can definitely beat you".'
Confident that he'll make it to Rio for the 2016 Olympics Bolt said that pacing himeself and keeping focused he'd be able to retain his title.
He explained:'My coach says as long as I stay fit and focus I'll be on top of the world until I retire.'
Kelly Brooke, Jessica Ennis and Colin Farrell also took to the sofa for interviews, and Rita Ora got the crowd moving with a performance


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