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Season 2016 / Episode 4 and airs on 28 December 2016 21:00
A countdown of the most shocking and salacious celebrity scandals from the past year.
A countdown of the most shocking celebrity moments from the past year, which includes the most shocking wardrobe malfunction since Nipplegate.
The 00s saw the birth of reality TV and many of the most shocking celebrity moments of the new century were caught on camera, including Justin Bieber's antics, Lady Gaga's meat dress, and Britney Spears' meltdown, which all feature in this crazy celebrity countdown.
Britannia was cool and Liam Gallagher was mad fer it. Monica Lewinsky got her 15 minutes, OJ Simpson fell spectacularly from grace, Becks and Posh got married and we lost Princess Diana. Pundits and celebrities offer their memories of the decade.
The juiciest scandals from the decade of excess are squeezed into one titillating countdown, as we recall the antics of everybody's favourite pinups, personalities and poshos from the eighties. From the maritime misadventures of Simon Le Bon to the royal rumpy-pumpy of Prince Andrew, celebs seemingly ran riot post-1979. Remember Sam Fox and Mick Fleetwood's mortifying stint fronting the Brits? Or Ozzy Osbourne's patented bat diet? Whether you were there or just wish you were, a host of household names from back in the day are on hand to tease out memories of awkward interviews, doomed marriages and wayward popstars. Featuring contributions from the likes of Su Pollard, Anthea Turner, Linda Lusardi, Nathan Moore, Rick Wakeman, Jennie Bond and Paul Burrell.
A light-hearted look at the most outlandish and outrageous antics by the rich and famous this year. Brangelina's break-up, Hiddleswift's (brief) hook-up, and Ed Balls and Honey G's reality TV dalliances: if it merits a gawp, it goes in! Contributors include Louis Walsh, Michelle Visage, Chloe Khan and Len Goodman.
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