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On many of the occasions when a magician made a guest appearance on the show, host Cat Deeley would act as his assistant in one or more illusions. While these often involved her being either levitated, guillotined, impaled by spikes, crushed, stretched, or made to vanish, by far the most common was for her to be sawn in half, thirds or even quarters. On one of the occasions when she was sawn in half, Ant and Dec "stole" her halves and wheeled them off stage in opposite directions. On another occasion, she became the first British celebrity to take part in an illusion called Clearly Impossible, in which she was sawn in half inside a clear-sided box that gave an unobstructed view of her body all the way through the illusion. See more »

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It was a great children's programme till Ant and Dec left
18 October 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Ah, the good old days. Wonkey Donkey, Challenge Ant, Chums! Ant, Dec and Cat were the best. Ant and Dec leave, who do you get? Some bloke from Hollyoaks who got fired, frigging H and Claire from Steps and presenters you would forget about anyway. Brian Dowling was all right then he left. And losing Chums, their best sketches was a big mistake.

So thank you, Ant and Dec, SM:TV will be a great children's programme. From when it started till you left.


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