4 items from 2015
The final episode of Sky 1's King of the Nerds is almost upon us, and contestants have been getting in the spirit of the show by performing the geekiest rap you're ever likely to see.
Konnie Huq presents the series, and is the proud author of the rap lyrics - watch the contenders spit some bars ahead of the finale on Sunday (August 30):
Adapted from the Us series on TBS, the Sky1 show has seen 11 contestants live together in a house called 'Nerdvana' and participate in challenges with the aim of being named "the greatest nerd of them all".
King of the Nerds: Sky1, 7pm
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Adapted from the Us series on TBS, the Sky1 show sees 11 contestants live together in a house called 'Nerdvana' as they participate in challenges and fight to be named "the greatest nerd of them all".
Speaking to Digital Spy and others about the series, Huq said: "It was really fun, but things that are nerdy are fun. This is why I can't believe I'm a TV presenter – people like me don't become TV presenters, I always used to think that when I became a TV presenter, sort of like 'how did this happen?'"
The presenter said the programme will »
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4 items from 2015
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