Fame Academy (2002– )

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Reality program where talented musicians enter a house to live with each other for the following weeks. Only one will emerge winner, with a £1million contract, mansion, brand new car and a cameo appearance in an upcoming movie.

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Patrick Kielty ...
 Himself - Presenter (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
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 Herself - Presenter (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
Richard Park ...
 Himself - Head Teacher (2 episodes, 2002-2003)
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Reality program where talented musicians enter a house to live with each other for the following weeks. Only one will emerge winner, with a £1million contract, mansion, brand new car and a cameo appearance in an upcoming movie.

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Where Others Lead The BBC Follows
2 September 2003 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

Once upon a time the BBC was regarded as the world`s greatest broadcasting organisation , however it`s now regarded as a complete joke with schedules that are composed of cooking and gardening programmes . It`s not below stealing other TV companies ideas either as FAME ACADEMY shows . It`s basically the Beebs answer to POP IDOL but even more crap with David Grant making a very poor Simon Cowell wannabe

To give you how poor the standard of star making is consider this : After Hearsay winning POP STARS the losers of the final went to make their own pop group called LIBERTY X which is still going strong well after two years after they formed , Gareth Gates from POP IDOL is still a star in the UK, Europe and Asia after finishing RUNNER UP to Will Young , while third placed Daruis Danesh is still well known to pop audiences two years after they all appeared on the debut POP IDOL . Can anyone remember who was runner up behind FAME ACADEMY winner David Sneddon from ten months ago ? Seeing as you won`t be able to remember I`ll tell you it was Sinead Quinn who`s debut single reached number 2 in the British charts . Her second single reached the lofty heights of number 19 while her debut album reached 41 in the British album charts after selling a grand total of 8,000 copies . Young David Sneddon`s first two single releases reached 1 and 3 respectatively but this time next year it`ll be " David Sneddon . Isn`t he the bad guy from TAKE THE HIGH ROAD ? "

As insane as it sounds there`s a new series of FAME ACADEMY being broadcast at the moment on BBC1 which just goes to show self delusion knows no bounds


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