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Katy Brand's Big Ass Show

ITV2 sketch show. 19 episodes (3 series), 2007 - 2009. Stars Katy Brand, Katherine Parkinson, David Armand, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Zoe Gardner, Rufus Jones, Tom Knight and others.

Katy Brand's Big Ass Show

ITV sketch show starring Katy Brand. Sketches include impersonations of famous stars and singers

Sketch Show
2007 - 2009
19   (3 series)
Katy Brand, Katherine Parkinson, David Armand, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Zoe Gardner, Rufus Jones, Tom Knight, James Lance and others
Katy Brand, David Armand, Andrew Dawson, Steve Dawson, Tim Inman, Peter Morris, Andy Riley, Kevin Cecil and others
Adam Miller
Gregor Cameron

A sketch show starring Katy Brand that focuses on pop star skits and spoofs of well known actresses and celebrities.

Regular characters include Kate 'Normal' Winslet who is determined to show the public she is just like them; Kate Moss and her BFFs Sadie Frost and Stella McCartney; and 'jack of all trades' Lilly Allen who will turn her hand to anything from acting to hair bleaching.

Meanwhile the original characters creations for the show include Captain 'Be The Best' Rosie who investigates life on the 'civvy streets' for Armed Forces TV; and Caroline Little Treats who tries to make sense of life armed with a billion Heat magazines and a vat full of wine.

New pop star parodies for the second series included Amy Winehouse, The Ting Tings, Kate Nash, Leona Lewis, Mika, Usher, and Take That. Meanwhile new sketches included The Secret Diary of a Victorian Strumpet, hapless Olympic hopeful Cheryl Mirmikidis and East End gangster Her Majesty, The Queen.

New characters for Series 3 include Jennifer Aniston, who would like you all to know 'she's fine, absolutely fine', and the lost Penelope Cruz audition tapes, from Four Weddings And A Funeral to Brokeback Mountain. There's a double albums worth of totally new musical send ups too, including; Kanye West, Coldplay, Duffy, Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Alexandra Burke, Rihanna, Little Boots, U2, The Saturdays, Rihanna, Blur and The Killers.

Other new characters include: Violet, the unsuspecting wife of a serial killer; Oedipus Bex every young boy's nightmare nympho stepmum; and Gwyneth Paltrow uses the internet to tell you how to live your life...

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