Spoof music chat show in which Jamie Theakston interviews various pop/rock stars, All of which are played by Matt Lucas & David Walliams.
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 Gary Barlow / ... (28 episodes, 1999-2009)
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 Howard Donald / ... (28 episodes, 1999-2009)
Jamie Theakston ...
 Himself - Presenter (26 episodes, 1999-2001)
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Spoof music chat show in which Jamie Theakston interviews various pop/rock stars, All of which are played by Matt Lucas & David Walliams.

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Ronan Keating: [Lyrics to Rock the Blind] I can see clearly now, the rain has gone!
Elton John: I can see all obstacles in my way!
[We see Lee and H dancing]
Sting: Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind!
[While he sings, his indian friend walks past]
Cher: [in a robotic voice] It's goin' be a bright, bright, bright, bright sun shiny day!
Shirley Bassey: It's goin' be a bright, bright, bright sun shiny day! Champagne!
Eminem: I think I can make it now. The pain is gone
Craig David: Craig David!
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Let me tell you a little bit about Rock Profile.
5 March 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This show is hilarious! I love Little Britain too but this is far more original i must say. I loved the Boy George and Marilyn rock profile, and the ABBA one. I love the 1999 and 2000 series. Its brilliant. Bucks Fizz one was genius. The Kylie and Dannii one was really funny! -Sure Dannii if you want to come to the studio to provide some hand claps or backing vocals, but i must warn you, the studio is very different than singing at home in front of the bedroom mirror. Yeah because when your in front of your bedroom mirror there isn't a special machine to change the pitch so your in tune- There is some really good catchphrases too. After watching this show i can see how the based some of the little Britain characters on rock profile like Marilyn - Sebastian Shirley Bassey - Bubbles Devere Boy George - Vicky Pollard Geri Halliwell - Majorie Daws


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