Yes I met Michaela and boy, in the flesh...
I would recommend everyone go and see the Snooker Legends if it plays within an hours drive of where you live. It was a very entertaining evening. It kicked off with Virgo doing some of his trickshots a la Big Break (along with some Jim Davison jokes - How do you get 3 grannies to shout bullocks? Say "Bingo"), and then we had 2 frames of John Parrott against Dennis Taylor followed by 2 frames of Cliff Thorburn v Jimmy White. After that there was an interval, then the two losing players played a frame of doubles with members from the audience (although one place went to the event organiser) followed by a single frame shootout final between Jimmy and Dennis which Jimmy won.
As it was the last event of the tour there were a bunch of presentations, which to be honest with you wasn't the sort of thing I could be fussed with as it went on for too long and was a bit self congratulatory and probably explained why the final was one frame, but it's all good really.
The banter was good, Dennis Taylor for all his failings as a rambling commentator comes across as a very likeable and funny man, Virgo was doing live commentary throughout doing his best to put the players off. Parrott was the spoilsport of the night by getting a cheating century in the doubles match thereby allowing the bloke who won the raffle spot and the event organiser who was partnering Cliff just one shot each. He was on for a 101 but landed snookered on the green, so he asked Michaela to clean the white during which he picked up her marker and said "Good these aren't they?" before guess what, putting it back so he could pot the green.
Jimmy won the night, and was playing well but I was most impressed with Cliff - he is still a very capable player and was very unlucky not to win his first frame which he got a 67 break in (he was 35 ahead with one red and went in off, and Jimmy put him back in with the red in a tough spot).
So yes, a very entertaining night. It was worth it to see Jimmy White's limo