Charlotte Church's Funny Bits - The Best of the Charlotte Church Show Series 1 and 2 [DVD]
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Charlotte Church's Friday night Channel 4 comedy chat show featured an entertaining mix of celebrity guests, sketches, hidden camera stunts and fun with the studio audience (in the Graham Norton Show style of format). This DVD contains the best and funniest bits.
Each week the celebrity guests join in the studio shenanigans, taking part in items with the audience and assisting Charlotte in sketches and songs. Charlotte also takes to the streets in candid camera style stunts, sometimes even going incognito.
And for the music... the talented Welsh singer opened each show with her very own theme song, with lyrics reflecting the weeks events and was joined in the studio by her compere Jones (played by comedian Simon Greenall).
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Top Customer Reviews
It is extremely lacking in extra content (none) and while they have arguably included the best duet from the series (Charlotte and Nelly Furtado singing 'Crazy') it would been nice to have some more music because that was one of the real draws and unique things about the show. So no Amy Winehouse, no Alesha Dixon, no Fergie, no Brand New Heavies, no Primal Scream, no Jamelia, no Solange Knowles, no Manic Street Preachers.
A great watch but there could have been a lot more content!