THE Circle is a show where youngsters use social media to boost their popularity – which shouldn’t be a problem for contestant Woody Cook.
In the real world, being the son of BBC2 Breakfast host Zoe Ball and superstar DJ Norman Cook would instantly boost your credibility.
But in the spirit of the game, Woody won’t be revealing his parentage to the other contestants on the show, which is hosted by Emma Willis and returns to C4 at 9.15pm tomorrow.
He has already been warned by his parents: “What you say on TV is out there for ever.
“You can’t unsay it and once you share too much, you never unshare it.”
Sounds like great advice. Shame not all celebrities abide by it.
Woody describes himself as ‘a typical 18-year-old who loves music and festivals’[/caption]
WHAT? Would I Lie to You?, BBC1, 8.30pm.
WHY? Host Rob Brydon returns with a new series of the fib-telling panel show. Guests include Debbie McGee, Lucy Porter and Bob Mortimer.
Towie horse around in Marbs
TOWIE beauties Amber Turner and Chloe Meadows wore their best Spanish-inspired threads for the ITVBe show’s annual jaunt to Marbella.
The pair soaked up the sunshine while filming for the special edition of the series.
Chloe Meadows showed some flesh while on the Towie cast’s traditional trip to Marbella[/caption]
Amber Turner opted to cover up as she stepped out in a gorgeous patterned maxi dress[/caption]
Meanwhile, Clelia Theodorou was spotted getting adventurous, donning a hard hat as she prepared to go horse riding with some of her co-stars.
I wonder if she’s found a bloke to ride off into the sunset with yet.
Meanwhile Clelia Theodorou headed off for a spot of horse riding with her co-stars[/caption]
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YOU’RE not seeing Shooting Stars or getting another Bucket O’ French And Saunders, but the makers of The Chase are having a bit of a laugh.
They’ve intentionally lined up contestants Dawn and Jenny next to Vik and Bob for tomorrow’s show, to give you the idea you might be looking at two of Britain’s best-loved comedy duos, ready to pit their wits against the Chasers.
The show’s producers have done it before with a “royal” episode of quizzers, with people named Megan, Harry, Kate and Will placed in a line.
Now that would be a real celebrity special.
GAY Home And Away actor Ross Newton says he’s glad society has moved on after he was advised by a producer to keep his sexuality quiet when he played truck driver Greg Marshall on the Australian soap in the Nineties.
Silence is grand
CHANNEL 4 loves to make programmes that generate a lot of noise but its latest idea is a silent reality show.
In Hush, being developed by Expectation Entertainment, five strangers will be banged up together in a house for 48 hours. They must complete a series of tasks to win a cash prize of £1,000.
Channel 4 is developing a new show called In Hush where five strangers have to be silent for 48 hours – apart from when they’re in a Big Brother-style ‘diary room’[/caption]
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But if they are caught chatting, the money drops.
A Big Brother-style “diary room” will be the only place where contestants can let off steam about those they are living with and talk about the tasks they face.
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