Cirque de Celebrité

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Cirque de Celebrité is a celebrity reality television show broadcast on Sky One.wikipedia
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Jenni Falconer

A second series of Cirque de Celebrité broadcast in 2007, with Jenni Falconer replacing Ruby Wax as host and the live commentator was Peter Dickson.
Falconer's other work includes reporting on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! in Australia for GMTV in 2003, 2004 and 2006, hosting The National Lottery Draws in September 2006 and hosting Cirque de Celebrité in October 2007.

Louie Spence

Louis Spence
The three judges for the first series were professional performers Louie Spence, Ann Dorwin, and circus director, Phillip Gandey.
Shortly after, Spence became a judge on the television series Cirque de Celebrité on Sky1 from 2006 to 2007 and the American version Celebrity Circus for NBC in 2008.

Peter Dickson (announcer)

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A second series of Cirque de Celebrité broadcast in 2007, with Jenni Falconer replacing Ruby Wax as host and the live commentator was Peter Dickson.
He provided the live commentary for Cirque de Celebrite and introduced An Audience with Joe Pasquale, and voiced a Westlife special on ITV.

Kyal Marsh

The winner of the series of 2007 was Kyal Marsh.
That summer Marsh moved to the United Kingdom, and in September 2007 he was announced as a cast member for the next series of the Sky One reality show Cirque de Celebrite, which is filmed on Woolwich Common in South East London.

Sky One

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Cirque de Celebrité is a celebrity reality television show broadcast on Sky One.
It also screened many "reality" shows such as Cruise with Stelios, Road Wars, Shock Treatment, World's Deadliest Gangs, Pineapple Dance Studios, World of Pain, Road Raja, Ibiza Uncovered, Cirque de Celebrité and Hairspray: The School Musical.

Ninia Benjamin

She appeared on the Sky One show Cirque de Celebrité and was voted out in the sixth week.

Ruby Wax

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The first series was hosted by Ruby Wax.
She presented Cirque de Celebrité on Sky One in 2006.

Lee MacDonald

He appeared in the Sky 1 show Cirque de Celebrité until he was voted out on the fourth show.

Sophie Anderton

In the same year, she appeared on Sky1's Cirque de Celebrité but withdrew after sustaining ligament damage.

Nicola Wheeler

Wheeler appeared on the Sky One reality show Cirque de Celebrité but was voted out on the fifth week by Blazin' Squad member Kenzie.

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The winner of the series of 2006 was Grace Adams-Short.
In December 2006, Grace was crowned the winner of Sky One's reality television show, Cirque de Celebrité.

Mark Bright

Bright
In 2006, he starred in Cirque de Celebrité, only to be the first person to be voted off.

Kenzie (rapper)

KenzieJames MacKenzie
In autumn 2006, Kenzie appeared in the Sky One reality show Cirque de Celebrité.

Dwain Chambers

Dwayne Chambers
He returned as a TV personality on reality television show Cirque de Celebrité in October but was unpopular with the public and subsequently voted off.

Andy Kane

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He has also appeared in the LIVINGtv reality show I'm Famous and Frightened!, the Sky One show Cirque de Celebrité, as well as making a guest appearance on a sketch on The Adam and Joe Show.

Ritchie Neville

RitchieRichard Neville (singer)
In the autumn 2007 Neville was a participant in the second series of Cirque de Celebrité on Sky1.

Emily Scott (DJ)

Emily Scott
In the autumn of 2007 Scott was in the second BOB series of Cirque de Celebrité on Sky One in the United Kingdom.

Emma B (model)

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She also participated in Five's celebrity reality show The Farm, was the runner up in Sky One's Cirque de Celebrité in 2006 and has appeared on ITV Play's phone-in quiz show The Mint.

Rebecca Loos

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Liam McGough, an ex housemate on Big Brother, and Rebecca Loos joined the show in Week 6, due to Shane Lynch quitting after injury.
In November of that year, she appeared in Sky TV's Cirque de Celebrite in which she was one of two new contestants introduced midway through the series.

Shane Lynch

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In 2007, he competed in the second series of Sky One's Cirque De Celebrite.

Celebrity Circus (American TV series)

Celebrity CircusAmerican versionCelebrity Circus (U.S. TV series)
The judges for the series are Olympic gymnast Mitch Gaylord, contortionist Aurelia Cats and choreographer Louie Spence who is also a judge on the British version.