Series following eight celebrities as they attempt to lose weight and get fit for charity.
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Dale Winton ...
 Himself - Host 11 episodes, 2004-2006
Adam Carey ...
 Himself - Nutritionist 11 episodes, 2004-2006
Mikyla Dodd ...
Bobby George ...
Russell Grant ...
Carole Malone ...
Sharon Marshall ...
Micky Quinn ...
Jeff Rudom ...
Anne Diamond ...
Paul Ross ...
 Himself / ... 5 episodes, 2005-2006
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Series following eight celebrities as they attempt to lose weight and get fit for charity.

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27 September 2002 (UK)  »

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Celebrity Fat Club  »

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When journalist and television personality Anne Diamond appeared on the show in 2006, she was forced to pull out after admitting she had received a gastric band operation; a process which sees the recipient lose weight quickly. This obviously meant Diamond could no longer compete as she was already losing weight due to the procedure, though she was invited back to the show and given the opportunity to find out how much weight she had lost, but her rival team decided not to award her this privilege and Diamonr subsequently left the show. See more »

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Version of Celebrity Fit Club (2005) See more »

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Another pointless reality-based television show...
19 January 2004 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Another pointless reality-based television show which features famous UK celebrities (and one American) trying to lose weight and get fit like they used to be. Not very interesting, and rather silly, the show comes off as a dull reminder that British television is becoming too consumed with reality television. Good Lord, they've even got a reality show about people who think they're in a reality show but aren't! What's next?


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