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The first video to combine international martial arts together with interviews and demonstrations by celebrities of Hollywood.
Nerdy Herbert meets Annie, the holier-than-thou girl of his dreams. But his plans for romance might be derailed by a nasty punk rocker, a mad scientist, obsessed federal agents... and mysterious aliens bent on destroying the planet!
In Wild on the Streets, paparazzi catch Cameron Diaz and other stars cutting loose on Hollywood's Sunset Strip, while in Celebrities: Caught on Camera, tabloid journalist Doug Bruckner exposes naughty behavior from Madonna and others. Other celebrities revealed in candid, unguarded moments include Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, Carmen Electra, Anna Nicole Smith, Howard Stern, Leonardo DiCaprio and many more.
Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present a celebrity version of the general knowledge quiz in which contestants try to come up with the answers that nobody else could think of.
Celebrities Exposed is a British television celebrity talking head documentary series that aired on ITV2 between 2003 and 2005. Repeats still occasionally air on ITV2 despite no new episodes having been made since 2005.
Celebrities Uncensored is a TV program on the E! network that edited together amusing paparazzi footage of celebrities, usually in public places such as public sidewalks, restaurants, nightclubs, etc. The celebrities were often friendly, but sometimes their more unfriendly antics were featured in an amusing and entertaining way. It was very popular with stars on the rise and created a stir in the Hollywood community. Paris Hilton was first brought to the public's attention by this show.
Fashion, showbiz and sport celebrities will face wild nature with Colonel Leite and Karina Oliani.
Skating with Celebrities was a celebrity reality television show that began airing on the Fox network on January 18, 2006. The show also aired in Australia on Network Ten in early 2006 and in New Zealand in October 2008. The show was the U.S. version of Dancing on Ice, which also aired in the U.K. during the same time period. Skating with Celebrities was met with far less success than the UK original and lasted only one season. The show was at the center of a controversy involving allegations that one of the competing couples, Lloyd Eisler and Kristy Swanson were involved in an extramarital affair. The duo defeated the team of television personality Jillian Barberie and U.S. pairs champion John Zimmerman to win the show's first, and only, championship. On March 2, 2006 production was cancelled and it was announced that the show would not return for a second season.
Celebrities Under Pressure is a Saturday night entertainment show which aired in the United Kingdom on ITV. The show follows families allowing a celebrity to live with them for a week as they attempt to learn a new skill from their hosts. The celebrity's progress is followed through a video diary, before they are tested in a live studio situation. If successful, the celebrity will win a string of prizes for the family they stayed with, however, if they fail, the family goes home with nothing. The show relates strongly to an earlier ITV game show The Moment of Truth, which is the same concept, but with one member of the family, not celebrities. The first two series were presented by Melanie Sykes, with Vernon Kay presenting the newer episodes.