08/03/2012 Blue Peter


08/03/2012

In preparation for Mother's Day, Helen and fashion designer Fatz K make some fabulous vintage-inspired jewellery. And there is a behind-the-scenes look at the X Factor tour.


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Coming up on today's live Blue Peter:

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Marcus Collins gives you an exclusive back-stage pass to the X

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Factor live tour rehearsals - and not everything is going to plan.

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That wasn't meant to happen. If you're stuck for what to get

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your mum this Mothers' Day, don't miss our vintage-inspired jewellery

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make that won't break the bank. Plus, Dr. Who's assistant Amy Pond

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APPLAUSE It's amazing what they'll do if you

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throw them a fish. Welcome to Blue Peter. Watch.

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That's how live we are. We've got celebrities, competitions, even a

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little bit of X Factor. (Dramatic music)

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I needed writing on my arm for that to work properly. As he said, we're

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live. That means you can get involved. Unlike a lot of other

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shows on telly, you can give us feedback, and we mention your name.

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Lionel Messi scored five goals in a Champions' League match. What is

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your biggest achievement? Drop us Helen. Here's a question for you.

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If you were to have your life turned into a movie, who would you

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want to have in the leading role? This is a story I love telling. I

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would love film actress Kate Hudson from Bride Wars to play me. I was

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told a look a little bit like her. Do the pose - the pout. I can't do

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it. Do you know who I would be? Jack Black from Guliver's Travels.

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You do have a little bit of a resemblance. I think he could play

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a really good Barney. I need to hug you for that. But he has a little

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bit more padding than you have. This is a fictitious conversation

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between us, but this actually happened to one family in Devon.

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Their life's story was turned into a film, and I went to meet them.

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Imagine what it would feel like to find out that the story of your

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life was being turned into a blockbuster film with super-famous

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actor Matt Damon starring as your dad and two Hollywood child actors

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playing you or your brother or sister. That is exactly what

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happened to 10-year-old Mylo and eight-year-old Ellen Meade. Six

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years ago, their dad Benjamin decided to move their family from

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the South of France to here in south Devon. Instead of buying a

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normal house, they bought this place - Dartmoor Zoo. With 30 acres

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and over 200 animals from around the world, it's not your average

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place to grow up, but it became the children's home. Now their life

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story has been made into a movie, the new Hollywood blockbuster We

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Bought a Zoo. This place is perfect. It's a bit complicated. What's so

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complicated about this place? (Roar.)

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It's a zoo. Yeah! Back in 2006, this zoo was due to be shut down

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forever. In spite of having no experience of caring for wild

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animals, the family couldn't resist saving it and becoming part-time

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keepers to its animal residents. Did you have any animals before you

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moved here? We had a really big dog called Leon. But one big dog is a

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lot different to tigers, bears and noisy goats.

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And there must be a lot of differences between living in a

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normal house and a zoo house. Do they keep you awake at night?

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bears growl. The wolves howl at night. I now hardly ever notice it.

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Although the zoo is in south Devon, the movie is set in southern

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California. When so much detail has been changed from the Meade's real

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story, it has made me wonder how much of the film is fact and how

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much is fiction. I am Benjamin. This is Rosie, my daughter.

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And my big boy, Dylan. This is a Hollywood movie, so it doesn't

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totally mirror your lives. What are the differences? Well, Sasha's -

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I'm not called Dylan. Mylo. And in the film, he's really moody. He

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doesn't want to move to the do. This is what you want. It's not

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what I want! I am the opposite of that. And he had a love interest.

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Do you have a girlfriend here? What about you? Same as Mylo, in

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the film I am called Rosie. I would love to see the otters and the

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snakes and the monkeys. What about the dog? The dog was completely

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different. He was really big, and in the film, he's just a small

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beagle. This is our dog, Leon, and this is

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our zoo now - I guess. So Matt Damon plays your dad in the

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film. Yes, he is classed as a bit of a heart-throb. Ladies love him.

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Do you think your dad looks anything like Matt Damon? Um, not

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that much. You're handsomer than the other dads. Lots of them don't

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have hair, so that's good. Matt Damon's got quite a lot of hair.

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Yeah. My dad hasn't got any hair. The film is finished. It's out in

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the cinemas soon. Have you guys seen it? Yeah, we went to the

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premier in New York, and you have to go on the red carpet. 50 or more

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people going, Mylo, Ella, look over here! There were about five stops

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of pictures and a hundred stops of interviews. What's it like seeing

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your life up on the cinema screens? It was exciting because you have

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never seen this film before, and it's about you. Right at the end, I

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really began to realise, oh, yeah, this is our story! So you have

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tasted the movie life. You're involved in the zoo. Do you want to

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be an actor or a zookeeper? Both. Both. You're kind of doing both,

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aren't you? That means we have chores to do. What's next? We're

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going to feed the meerkats. Let's not keep them waiting. One thing

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the film did get right is they help with the running of the zoo. One of

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their jobs includes giving their visitors talks about the smaller

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animals, including the meerkats and some rather squeaky otters. This

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one here is Temoan. This one is Sue. This otter is actually semiaquatic.

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Everyone, everyone, like that. Thank you for coming. I hope you

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enjoy your day at the zoo. APPLAUSE

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Mylo and Ella seem pretty confident around these little guys, but not

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all the zoo's residents are quite so cute.

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Whoa! That's right. It's time to feed the zoo's three hungry

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Siberian tigers. These massive cats are safely behind bars while we put

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out their meals. Whatever is in this bucket... This is...

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Absolutely stinks! This is a horse's neck. It's the closest to a

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zebra, which they normally eat in the wild. I think we should get out

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Well, thank you for showing me around your zoo. Would you ever

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swap this zoo for the movie version? No. No. I don't think I

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would either. How on earth could you top those three?

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Now, you may think those tigers are scary, but you haven't seen this

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one running fors a biscuit. That is terrifying. Look at him go! Right.

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Still to come on today's show, the Doctor's Twisty assistant Amy Pond

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needs you to enter a writing competition. Marcus Collins gives

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you an exclusive backstage pass to the X Factor rehearsals for the

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live tour. First, find out how I created my frozen self-portrait

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without ever leaving the comfort of a warm studio. What you call a cool

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shoot. I see what you did there. Mothering week is around the corner.

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You want to show someone you appreciate them. One way to do that

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is by making a hand-made gift. I make this vintage-looking broo.

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Here is how you can make your very own.

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Mothers - when it comes to Mothers' Day, we never know what to buy them.

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Should you go for the classic flowers option, a box of chocolates,

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or maybe go super-sentimental and give her a framed photo of yourself.

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Well, if you're looking for a gift that's a bit more unusual than the

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typical Mother's Day presents, come with me. This is Fats Cassene, an

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independent fashion and jewellery designer. She specialises in

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creating contemporary hand-made jewellery with a vintage male.

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Today she's agreed to show you how you can make an absolutely gorgeous

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accessory to give to your loved one this Mother's Day.

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Thank you so much for letting us gate crash your studio. What are we

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going to do? Make a flower brooch today, perfect for the day. Where

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do we start? Get your fabric. starts by getting me to make petals

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out of the fabric. We're going to cut out triangle shapes, or maybe

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you can round it off. You'll need at least four large, four medium

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and six smaller petals. Think about the colours your mum might like.

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like recycling because I hate throwing things out - things I

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don't use. Me too. Next up, the middle of the flower. Use two

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circles, one larger one, which is going to be the base, then the

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small one for the circle. I have my two circles and a pile of petals.

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Now we need the glue. We're going to put glue down the centre back of

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the petal, just halfway down. using craft glue. This ends up

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clear. Now it's time to arrange the petals in the shape of a flower.

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Press it down. Leave it for a second, then squeeze.

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Next up, you'll need broken jewellery to make your centrepiece.

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If you don't have any lying around, try charity shops or ask your aunts

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and friends. A nice Bob of glue. You need to find a centrepiece and

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some nice little ones around it - perfect. Those look nice. Sprinkle

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some around. Now we need to leave this to set. Whilst that is drying,

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we need to make the back of the brooch. You need to use a safety

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pin, then two rectangles, a generous amount of glue on it. Hold

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your safety pin. Paint down all the side - quite generous as well, so

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place on the petal. Hold the pin until it's set, and you're almost

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done. When this is dry, we'll put it on

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the back of the brooch. OK. With the brooch ready, it's time to add

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the finishing touches. I liked how the other one looked a bit frayed

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and distressed. I'll show you how to fray the edges. Hold it and just

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- can you see how it starts to come away? It's starting to get there,

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isn't it? Yeah.

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Once you're happy with the look of your flower, stick it to the safety

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pin, and there you have it, your very own one-off Mother's Day gift.

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If you head over to the Blue Peter website, you'll find a step-by-step

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guide. While you're there, check out the exclusive web clip showing

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you how to make one of these bracelets. I think they're quite

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funky. You can even make a headband out of one of those... Helen...

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Hang on! Send us one of your photographs and... I am going to do

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my impression now. See if you can guess who it is. Ready?

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(Voice of Peter Dickson). "And now, live in the Blue Peter

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studio, it's Helen Skelton!" Wow, that's amazing. It's that guy

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from the X Factor, right? "That's right, Peter Dickson." I

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love that guy. $NEWLINE "Why, thank you!"

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Well, Barney, seeing as you've got the voice down, I think you should

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do this next bit. "Now, for a Blue Peter exclusive.

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It's time - to Face - the Music!" The X Factor has intertained you in

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your millions on your telly boxes at home. Just when you thought it

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was over for another year, the gang are hitting the road to bring you

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the X Factor live tour 2012. We're about to give you lucky Blue Peter

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viewers an exclusive backstage pass without having to leave the comfort

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of your home. This year's tour kicks off, and now Marcus Collins

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wants to give you an inside story This is where it all happens. The

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big celebrities have been here, Jessie J, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga.

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This is where we are rehearsing for the X Factor tour. Check it out.

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This is the clothes rail for the tour. This is Johnny's. This is one

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of mine. Bright red, Liverpool. We support Liverpool! This is the

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dressing room for the male artists. Hello, lads. How are you doing?

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is The Risk. They took 9th place in last year's show. What is it like

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being on tour now that the competition is over? Have you been

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supporting the other acts? Yes. It is nice to be back together to see

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everyone and support each other. It is not a competition now so it is

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friendlier. Everybody has grown in the last couple of months, just

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watching them, compared to on the show with the pressure and the

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nerves. Now they can relax and be themselves and it is nice to see

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them enjoy themselves. It is the last rehearsal. Are you nervous?

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All or nothing today. We feel prepare because we have been

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rehearsing for two weeks solid. We are ready, aren't we, boys? What do

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you do to relax backstage? We have all got our earphones and we listen

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to music and have a laugh. Conversation, writing songs and

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stuff. We have been writing music and that chills you out.

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It takes 130 tonnes of staging, 180 lights and 92 backstage staff to

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get this show on the road. Manchester! And 17 year-old Janet

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and Amelia cannot believe how lucky they are to be here. We are the

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youngest on the tour as well. We should be in college and we are

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going to be performing in arenas in front of thousands of people.

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wonder where markers is. Have you seen him? No. With Marcus pulled

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into more rehearsals it is down to me to interview the overall winners.

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Hello. We are Little Miss. Yes, I know. What are you enjoying most

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about the tour? We have been rehearsing all day, dancing and

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singing. It has been fun. favourite dance routine, Super bass.

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I like the dance break in it. favourite is empty. The harnesses

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start digging in to us. Any other downside to being popular?

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hardest part is that it is non-stop. We have to do six songs in a row.

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We are not very fit but this will be a good way to get ourselves into

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shape. With his routine over, markers is back to grill the most

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important lady on the tour, his boss! You have an important job.

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Yes, I am show producer and choreographer of the expat the tour.

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I put together the whole vision of it. -- the X Factor tour.

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surprises? Yes! She is not giving anything away its but we are

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determined to get the gossip. there any performances that stand

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out? I have to say yours because you have some fantastic ones and

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you are very lucky. You have some brilliant performances taken from

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the television show. With rehearsals drawing to a close, it

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is time to give him a well-earned break, so his best mate Craig, who

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took 6th place in the competition, grabbed the microphone to fulfil a

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lifelong dream. I have always wanted to be a Blue Peter presenter.

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This is opportunity. Are you excited about this job? I cannot

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put into words how it feels. It feels right to be on stage. You get

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to meet the fans face-to-face, the people that supported us and it

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will be nice to meet them. What are the worst bits? Pyrotechnics. My

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hair nearly set on fire. I did not know the sparks would go next to me

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and I was shocked. Was that meant to happen?! I slipped over a couple

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of times and I don't want to do that but bad rehearsal and a good

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performance was stop exactly. rehearsals have officially finished.

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The next stop for these guys, the live shows.

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I love it. And we have got an exclusive performance from Marcus

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Collins later in the show. Don't go anywhere. Here is a chance to see

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your writing turned into an excellent episode of Doctor Who. If

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you are aged between 9 and 11 you should enter this competition.

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Pond has more information. Blue Peter viewers, pay attention.

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There are dark forces trying to jam this transmission so why do not

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have long. I am still trapped in a land of fixture with the Doctor.

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There are no stories, no action and no hope. The only way to escape

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from this living nothing this is for one of you to think up a story,

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set on another planet or here, a story about the Olympics, but not

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in 2012. You can take the Doctor anywhere in time and space. But you

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only have until March 16th to rescue us. Please, please help us.

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There is still some time to get your entries in but you have to

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start writing. You look excited. am excited. Get involved. Go to the

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website and click on the loan. is nearly Sport Relief and you have

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a chance to get involved. John Bishop, the comedian, has been

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doing a marathon and all sorts of other things to raise some

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sponsorship and awareness for this amazing charity. Fantastic effort.

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No wonder he is cheering. It is all about raising awareness and getting

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sponsorship for Sport Relief. Before I went to the South Pole I

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had to take a publicity picture to show you what I might look like.

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But let me tell you a secret. I might look frozen in that

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photograph but it was actually taken in a very warm studio. This

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is how it worked. It is the picture that has appeared

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across the UK to raise awareness of my Sport Relief Antarctic challenge.

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How do you take a photograph of somebody in a South Pole before

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they have even left the UK? The first port of call, make-up magic.

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Normally when I am at a photo-shoot I have smoky eyes, lip gloss, big

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eyelashes. This is different. They are going to put red colouring on

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me so I look like I have got windburn. I am now suitably burnt!

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But for the correct look I need ice, magically created by salt and sugar,

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just like what you find in your cupboards at home. I want to

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flatter my eyelashes but I am nervous about shaking of the

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crystals. They look cool. Giving me the polar low it is just one part

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of creating the photograph. My eyelashes will be wasted without

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the right background. I did a lot of research on Arctic skies and

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they are just like British ones, basically! It is either a nice or

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nasty. Make-up, background, costume, check! It is amazing that it takes

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a halt team of people to conjure up my one photograph. -- a whole team.

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Is that sold? Yes. And probably not very nice! There is one last trick

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to complete the illusion. Spraying my jacket with water and ice. At

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last, after hours of preparation, it is finally my big moment. I have

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to perfect the cold but heroic look. The photographer's assistant

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masters the art of throwing fluffy, plastics know. -- plastic snow. As

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I strike a pose after pose, the photographer checks the images on

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the computer until we are all happy that we have got the perfect shot.

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And this is it. If only I looked so glamorous when I was in the South

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Pole! I was rubbing salt and sugar out of my eyelashes for days and it

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was painful! That was a great photograph. We asked you to let us

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know what your biggest achievement so far is. This is because Lionel

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Messi has scored five goals for the first time in a Champions League

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match. Jessica has got a special award in a scout group. Well done.

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Mary won and open diving championship at the age of seven.

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Well done. Merely says that her biggest achievement was winning a

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competition for designing an Easter egg. Mind it looked like Barney. I

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don't know if they mean you all the dog! Probably the dog because he is

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better looking! Thank you so much for getting in touch. We love it

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when you are part of the show. Next week you can be part of this.

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Cooking does not get other than this. I go head-to-head with Aaron

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Craze in a bid to create an eco- friendly feast. And Dick and Dom

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will be joining us live in the studio to talk about their brand

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new show. Anything could happen! With those two and you it will be

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chaos! We promise to an explosive performance from Marcus Collins and

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it is almost time to get dancing. Can I do it? Go on!

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PETER DICKSON'S VOICE: It is Marcus Collins with Higher and Higher.

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That is very good! See you next week.

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PETER DICKSON'S VOICE: Yes, see you Come on!

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# Your love, lifting me higher. # So keep it it up.

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# Quench my desire. # And I'll be at your side, forever

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more. # You know your love.

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# Keep on lifting. # Higher.

:26:30.:26:40.
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# I said your love. # Keeps on lifting me.

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# Higher and higher. # Now once I was downhearted.

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# Disappointment was my closest friend.

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# But then you came and it soon departed.

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# And you know he never. # Showed his face again.

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# That's why. # You know your love.

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# Keeps on lifting. # Higher.

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# Higher and higher. # I said your love.

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# Keeps on lifting me. # Higher and higher.

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# I said your love. # Keeps on lifting me.

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# Higher and higher. # I said your love.

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In preparation for Mother's Day, Helen and fashion designer Fatz K make some fabulous vintage-inspired jewellery.

Plus, Marcus Collins gives Blue Peter viewers an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the X Factor tour.


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