Former ‘Big Brother’ star Imogen Thomas has issued a come and get me plea to producers of ITV1 reality TV show ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’, revealing she would ”love” the experience of
Imogen Thomas wants to appear on ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’.
The former ‘Big Brother’ star would “love” the experience of being a contestant in the ITV1 reality TV show, which is filmed in the Australian jungle.
She told BANG Showbiz: “I’d love the whole experience of jumping on a helicopter and getting in there and just having a really good feel for it.
I’d be starving, but I’d be eating in a few weeks time, it doesn’t really matter, I just want to try it.
“I’d be starving, but I’d be eating in a few weeks time, it doesn’t really matter, I just want to try it.”
But the 28-year-old beauty does not envisage her fellow contestants having full stomachs if she was given the task of winning them meals during the Bustucker Trials, which have previously seen celebrities eating various jungle foods such as a kangaroo penis and testicles.
Speaking at the National Reality TV Awards, held at London’s Proud @ The O2 venue last night (06.07.11), she added: “It would be great experience, but I think everyone would be starving if I was there.
Faustina ‘Fuzzy’ Agolley is the current host of Network Ten’s music program, Video Hits.
TEN has decided to pull the plug on its long running music show Video Hits after 24 years.
The final show will be broadcast on Saturday, August 6 with hosts Dylan Lewis and Faustina “Fuzzy” Agolley celebrating its contribution to the music industry over the past two decades.
Tens chief programming officer David Mott says the decision to axe the show was made because of the changing nature of the music industry.
“Video Hits contribution to the network and the music industry over the past 24 years has been outstanding,” Mott says.
“Music and how people listen to it, watch it and enjoy it has changed dramatically in the last few years and now is the perfect time for the institution that is Video Hits to sign off.
According to reports, Fringe is in the process of casting a new recurring character for next season. Hit the jump for the descrip.
Producers are casting a new recurring female character. Actresses should be Asian and between the age of 25 and 50.
Source: TV Line
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The judges kick off Vegas by being just a teensy bit mean to a group of 10 acts that are actually automatically through to the live Hollywood rounds without having to perform in Vegas. The acts through automatically are Silhouettes, Squawk Opera, Lys Agnes, Professor Splash, The Rhinestone Ropers, Fearless Flores Family, Melissa Villasenor, Captain Stab Tuggo and Mabel, Team iLuminate and Miami All-Stars.
With the rest of the acts, they are either a Judges’ Favorite or a Stand-By. Faves get to perform Day 1, the Stand-Bys are for the second day. Read more…