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The All Star Talent Show

The All Star Talent Show
Starring Andi Peters
Myleene Klass
Julian Clary
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 6
Production
Running time 90 mins
Release
Original channel Five
Picture format 16:9
Original release 8 September 2006 (2006-09-08) – 13 October 2006 (2006-10-13)

The All Star Talent Show was a 2006 UK television programme that was broadcast on Five. It was presented by Andi Peters and Myleene Klass, with Julian Clary making up the judging panel alongside two guest judges. Each show had six celebrities performing, with the winner of each episode going into the final at the end of the series. In addition, the runner up with the most votes at the end of the series also performed again in the final.

Contents

  • Episodes 1
    • Week 1 (8 September) 1.1
    • Week 2 (15 September) 1.2
    • Week 3 (22 September) 1.3
    • Week 4 (29 September) 1.4
    • Week 5 (6 October) 1.5
    • Week 6: Final (13 October) 1.6
  • External links 2

Episodes

Week 1 (8 September)

Celebrity Talent Final placing
Malandra Burrows Fire eating 5th
Juliette Foster Singing 2nd
Bernie Nolan Rock drumming 4th
Stedman Pearson Contemporary ballet 3rd
Carol Thatcher Tap dancing 1st
Kevin Woodford Singing show tunes 6th

The two guest judges on this episode were Jo Brand and Kerry Katona. The winner of this heat was Carol Thatcher. Juliette Foster was the highest scoring runner up in the whole series and so made it into the final as well.

Week 2 (15 September)

Celebrity Talent Final placing
Ron Atkinson Singing 3rd
Peter Duncan Performing a high wire routine 2nd
Sally James Tap dancing 4th
Jodie Marsh Latin dancing 1st
Andy Scott-Lee Performing magic tricks 5th
Oliver Skeete Singing 6th

The two guest judges on this episode were Bobby Davro and Sally Lindsay. The winner of this heat was Jodie Marsh.

Week 3 (22 September)

Celebrity Talent Final placing
Victoria Bush Singing 3rd
Jilly Goolden Dancing flamenco 6th
Carly Hillman Performing a majorette routine 2nd
Ben Ofoedu Performing magic tricks 5th
Lembit Öpik Playing the harmonica 4th
Roy Walker Operatic singing 1st

The two guest judges on this episode were Lucy Benjamin and Christopher Biggins. The winner of this heat was Roy Walker.

Week 4 (29 September)

Celebrity Talent Final placing
Jeremy Beadle Performing magic tricks 6th
Rhona Cameron Jazz singing 2nd
The Cheeky Girls Ballet dancing 5th
Tamara Czartoryska Flamenco dancing 4th
Kevin Kennedy Singing 3rd
Henry Olonga Operatic singing 1st

The two guest judges on this episode were Bonnie Langford and Freddie Starr. The winner of this heat was Henry Olonga.

Week 5 (6 October)

Celebrity Talent Final placing
John Altman Playing the drums 6th
Toby Anstis Jazz dancing 1st
Kéllé Bryan Performing capoeira 3rd
Stephen Gately Performing magic tricks 2nd
Oona King Playing classical piano 5th
Pooja Shah Classical Indian dancing 4th

The two guest judges on this episode were Peter André and Vanessa Feltz. The winner of this heat was Toby Anstis.

Week 6: Final (13 October)

Celebrity Talent Final placing
Toby Anstis Jazz dancing 3rd
Juliette Foster Singing 6th
Jodie Marsh Latin dancing 4th
Henry Olonga Operatic singing 1st
Carol Thatcher Tap dancing 5th
Roy Walker Operatic singing 2nd

The two guest judges on this episode were Jo Brand and David Gest.

The winner of the series was Henry Olonga.

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