Your Celebrity Challenge

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks

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Celebrity Big Brother
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In The Jungle with Ant & Dec
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Master Chef
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Strictly Ballroom Dancing
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Celebrity Humiliated by Alan Sugar
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Total votes: 2

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Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby The Prof » 12 Sep 2012, 17:08

Say, hypothetically, you are a minor celebrity. Maybe an up and coming actor that's been in a few acclaimed TV dramas..- but you've got tax problems.

Your accountant says you can clear it all by going on some reality TV show. Big money - you have no choice. Except which one to do...

Celebrity Big Brother
In The Jungle with Ant & Dec
Master Chef
Strictly Ballroom Dancing
Celebrity Humiliated by Alan Sugar

You've got Clare Balding, Jamiroquai, Lofty from Eastenders and disgraced Tory MP Jonathan Aitken already signed up.

To sweeten the blow you can chose another celeb who you think you might get on with just to make the time go a little quicker.

Who you gonna call?

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby Conrad Knight Socks » 12 Sep 2012, 17:14

Strictly is by the far most interesting out of that lot - you learn how to dance (or that you are rubbish at it).

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby quix » 12 Sep 2012, 23:03

Siren wrote:Strictly is by the far most interesting out of that lot - you learn how to dance (or that you are rubbish at it).

Jess Ennis.


I agree. me too.

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby The Prof » 12 Sep 2012, 23:07

Dancing is rubbish

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby Thesiger » 12 Sep 2012, 23:10

The programmes you listed are all shit. I'd have to go for Celebrity Mastermind (and forgo any big cash prizes).
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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby Polishgirl » 12 Sep 2012, 23:14

It's got to be Strictly, for the frocks and the spangles and the ability to trip the light fantastic.

I'm a big fan of Clare Balding anyway. My own choice of celeb.....? That's a tough one. I'm torn between Kathy Burke, Paul O'Grady or Lee Mack.

OH! Whatshisface from Apprentice.......Nick Hewer!!! He'd be ace.
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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby The Prof » 12 Sep 2012, 23:15

Thesiger wrote:The programmes you listed are all shit.


That's the point!

It's how you feel can take part in a humiliating TV experience and retain some dignity.


Anyway I'll go for Masterchef with the drummer from Cud. Who wouldn't want to watch that?

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby Bungo the Mungo » 12 Sep 2012, 23:21

Celebrity Big Brother.

With John Lydon.

Piece of piss.

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby The Prof » 13 Sep 2012, 00:14

Dog Lazonby wrote:Celebrity Big Brother.

With John Lydon.

Piece of piss.


Sounds like Cluedo

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Re: Your Celebrity Challenge

Postby Minnie the Minx » 03 Mar 2019, 02:20

Masterchef. You wouldn't have to watch other contestants piss or hear them tossing off in a hammock.
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