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Stars at the DIFF 2010 such as Carrie Mulligan, Colin Firth, Kelly Brook and many more were treated to pampering facials and goodie bags with Biolite's choicest products.
A spokeswoman for Britain's Got Talent says it was a mistake adding a fourth panelist, so new judge Kelly Brook is leaving the show. The model/actress last week joined judges Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Simon Cowell on the TV competition series. The format of the show is cleaner and less complicated with just three judges, which was not fully appreciated ahead of filming, a spokeswoman for the production company TalkbackThames said in a statement posted on the show's Web site Tuesday.
The eighties advert has been remade with television presenters Kelly Brook and Carol Vorderman and comedian Harry Enfield.The original brainy scientists and their over-developed foreheads featured in a series of ads for the cookware and electrics giant between 1985 and 1989.The new version has Enfield and Brook playing the scientists, with Vorderman applying for a position with the company.However, former Countdown presenter Vorderman who in real life is a member of Mensa and has a degree in...
THE "Tefal boffins" famous for their large heads are to return to UK screens with a new cast of well-known faces. The 1980s advert has been remade starring television presenters Kelly Brook and Carol Vorderman and comedian Harry Enfield.
THE "Tefal boffins" famous for their large heads are to return to UK screens with a new cast of well-known faces. The 80s advert has been remade starring television presenters Kelly Brook and Carol Vorderman and comedian Harry Enfield.
LUCKY Jonathan Ross got to grips with pin-up Kelly Brook as they recreated the famous move from film Dirty Dancing. And while lads may be jealous of Wossie's routine with Kelly, 28, female film fans may shudder at the tubby chat show host stepping in to Patrick Swayze's dancing shoes.
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