Episode 3 Tonight's the Night


Episode 3

John Barrowman makes more dreams come true for some very deserving people. Beverley Knight duets with one of her biggest fans and a mum who has battled cancer goes skydiving.


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This it's Saturday night. It's Tonight's The Night. Please welcome

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# I gotta feeling that tonight's gonna be a good night

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# That tonight's gonna be a good night

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# That tonight's gonna be a good, good night

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# A feeling that tonight's gonna be a good night

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# That tonight's gonna be a good night

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# That tonight's gonna be a good, good night

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# A feeling, woohoo, that tonight's CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello and welcome to Tonight's The Night.

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Yes, on this show, I go up and down the UK to make dreams come true for

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some very deserving people. They've all been nominated by friends and

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family. In fact, I've got an e-mail here to let you see what kind we

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get here. It says "dear Tonight's The Night, could you please fulfil

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my son's dream of flying to New York, performing as the lead in rez

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miserables and meeting David Beckham". Mother, I've told you to

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stop e-mailing! I'm doing all right, mom!

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Anyway, here is a taste of the journeys I'm taking and the dreams

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I'm making come true. Beverley Knight is here. We revisit

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the west efpbd with Ruthy Henshall. A brave mom goes sky high and

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Strictly Come Dancing's Craig Revel Horwood turns a lady into a leading

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lady. So, let's start delivering some

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dreams. Shakespeare once wrote "the course

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of true love never did run smooth", especially when you combine true

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love, a Renault Laguna and a flat tyre. So what happens when you have

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a broken down relationship and a broken down car? You need to call

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an expert. I've come home to Glasgow, the City

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of my birth, to surprise Gavin Cooper, a family man through and

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through. Gavin is used to repairing broken

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cars, but we are asking him to repair a broken hearted bride. Jump,

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cough, sing.... Laaaar. Gavin a breakdown patrolman and his

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wife says he'll always go the extra mile for his family. Family to

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Gavin is very important. That's what Gavin says is his main love in

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life is his family making sure we're OK. Gavin is the first to

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offer to assist in any way. Gavin's mother-in-law was diagnosed with

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cancer, since then he's been a tower of strength for the family.

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Since I've been in a wheelchair, he's been a superb help whenever

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here or on holiday. Nothing is a problem to him and it's wonderful

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to have a person like that in your family. When he's not helping his

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family, his son Jordan is his number one fan. He's a bit of a

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rock star. His dream is to sing with Britain's platinum selling

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Queen of soul, Beverley Knight. So I'm going to make that dream come

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true. Dearly beloved, we are gathered

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here today... Outside Gavin's in laws to fit the place out with

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hidden cameras and to watch the meeting of two people, Gavin and

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our pretend bride. Hmm. I'll be instructing her from inside the

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house. Her first job is to tell ga vin she's got a flat tyre and cold

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feet on the way to the altar -- Gavin. OK, the bride is set, I'm

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going to be speaking to her through this into her ear piece. Let the

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madness begin. This is him. Come on. The recoveryman wastes no time

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getting to work. But it's more than the tyre looking for attention.

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supposed to be getting married today. I think I've made a big

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mistake. Don't panic, you know, you'll look back and laugh 679

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not just a car breakdown, I feel like I'm having a nervous breakdown

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today. Can you just hold my hand a minute, please. It's all right,

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just sit down. Say to him, I was supposed to sing my song today.

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you know that se sleen Dionne song, -- Celine Dionne song, here, far,

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wherever you are, I believe that the heart will go on. Gavin's too

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polite to point out that it's not just the tyre that's flat, but how

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will he cope with this next challenge. Can you say that? Do you

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take David Jebediah, is that it, Robinson Duckford to be your lawful

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wedded husband. I do. You say I do. Is it that easy? It's that easy.

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it like "I do" or "I do". Say it with distinction "I do!". I do.

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Louder, I do. I do. OK, I'm going to call and pretend to be David,

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the groom. Oh, my God, that's him on the phone.

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My goodness. I can't talk, I'll pass you over, please, I can't talk

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to you. Hello there. Listen, pal, she's my sweetheart, go down on

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your knee, calm her down, would you just do it for me. Thanks, pal,

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you're brilliant. I have to get down on one knee and say to him

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that you're his sweetheart. There you go, she loves you. That's

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brilliant. I'm here, if you look right behind you. I'm John

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Barrowman from BBC One Eastonite's the night, Gavin and Higham to make

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your dream come true. As we can sigh from what you have been doing

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here today, our man who likes to help people. Of course. We are here

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tonight because someone contacted us to say you love singing. How

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would you like us to take you to the Tonight's The Night studio and

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you are going to be singing with Beverley Knight. I've just been

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watching her on the telly. Everyone's in on this. Traux, Trace.

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-- thanks, Trace. The fact that it will be happening very, very soon,

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I never expected it in my wildest dreams. We have whisked Gavin off

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for his big night and a surprise visitor is going to drop in. # It

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Hello, Gavin. Hi, how are you? good. Great to meet you. Sorry, you

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put me off my stride there. Her voice is absolutely amazing, can't

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believe how good she is live. sound good together. We do do.

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think Gavin is so sweet, he seems to be just rock solid, so I think

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as long as he relaxes, he's going to have a great night. To perform

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with her live on stage is a dream Looking forward to this? Yes.

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deserves this, takes care of everybody? Yes. Tracey, you set him

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up for this, are you looking forward to this like he is? Can't

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wait to see him on stage, amazing. This is his big dream. The fact

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he's a massive fan. It's a dream come true for him and he deserves

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it. Jordan, what makes your dad so special? Whenever my friends need

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their bikes fixed, he's always there to do it and Health and

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Safety a very loving dad. Ah. We all need a loving dad, I'll

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tell you. That's great to hear. Well, with Beverley Knight, a night

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of the road, Gavin Cooper, # One can have a dream baby

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# Two can make a dream so real # One can talk about being in love

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# Two can see how it really feels # It Takes Two, baby

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# Just me and you # You know It Takes Two

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# One ladies and gentlemen, introducing on stage, Gavin!

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# One can wish upon a star # Two can make a wish come true,

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yeah # One can stand alone in the dark

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# Two can make a light shine through

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# It Takes Two, baby # Just me and you

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# You know It Takes Two # One can go out to a movie

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# Looking for a special treat # Two can make that single movie

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# Something really kind of sweet # And one can take a walk in the

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moonlight thinking that it's really nice

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# But two lovers walking hand in hand is like adding a pinch of

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space, yeah # It Takes Two, baby

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# Just me and you # Just takes two

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# It Takes Two, baby # Just me and you

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE What was this? What was this? This

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is fantastic? You wanted a show. Totally found your groove! Thank

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you. What do you think? Sigh pesh. Unbelievable. Everything you

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thought it was going to be? Yes, and more. -- superb. Bev made it

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perfect. Listen, did you enjoy it with Gavin? I loved it, thought he

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had all the swagger when he came out. You know all the confidence.

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And you relaxed and you loved it. You guys loved him, right? Are you

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glad you nominated him? So happy to have nominated him, he deserves

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this and so much more. Well done, Gavin.

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Jordan? Sure you heard what he said about you backstage. But what do

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you think about him right now? Oorbgs very good and the best I've

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seen him sing -- very good. Better than around the house! Awesome.

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Beverley will be back later with a track from her new album. Give it

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up four our soulman, patrolman. Well, that's Dream Number one

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fulfilled and we have loads more on the way.

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West End's Ruthy Henshall is here with musical cabaret. One mum is

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dropping into a dream. And Craig Revel Horwood helps us

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surprise a deserving Belfast lass. Time for another surprise now.

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Imagine coming home to discover someone has got a little too comfy

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in your living room and helped yourself to your coffee and ginger

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nuts. What would you do? This is what happened when Karen Martin

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stumbled across a very unexpected visitor.

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We are in Northamptonshire to surprise Karen Martin, always

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dreamt of skydiving. We are going to make that dream come true. First,

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we are going to ease her in gently. Karen is on her way home from work

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and on her way home she's going to find a special guest and I'm going

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to help her reach for the sky. James Bond's not the only spy with

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the initials JB! The name's Barrowman, John

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48-year-old Karen is a student manager who goes beyond the call of

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duty for her pupils. She has been nominated by Michelle. Karen is

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very caring. Very genuine. Extremely open with whoever she

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meets. Last year Karen was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Despite facing treatment, she still put others first. Her boss, Peter,

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explains. She is the first person I have known who has gone through

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chemotherapy. To lose your hair in front of the student and still come

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in and support them and put their needs first is just amazing. I

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think she is an inspiration to all of us in school. Karen's been given

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the all-clear and can put the dark days behind her. She has always

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dreamed of sky dyeing -- diving. She deserves a treat like this. I

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wish her every happiness with it. I wish I was doing it. But I'm too

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old. I don't know. Back at Karen's I'm making myself at home. I'm

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going to let you in on a secret, I'm going to tell Karen that we're

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going flying in a wind tunnel. But this is a rehearsal for a bigger

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surprise. She is arriving. She has pulled up. I hope she is ready for

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louse guests. Hi Karen. -- house guests. Hi Karen. I'm John

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Barrowman from the BBC and I'm here to make your extreme come -- dream

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come Frew true. I have been told you have been through a lot and

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come out of the other side of the tunnel. Hopefully. You're a bit of

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a daredevil. We're going to free fly in a wind tunnel. OK. Who is

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responsible for this? You want too know? Michelle? Michelle! Come on

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over, Michelle. You shocked? Yeah I am. I'm really excited, because I

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have always wanted to jump out after a plane, this is the closest

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I'm going to get. She thinks this is the closest she will get? Let's

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wait and see. There is a knack to this, it is about the body shape.

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You want your arms feeling like they're resting on the floor.

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the signals. Straighten your legs. Relax. Look it is the Pet Shop

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Awesome! She is eaway. Now it's my turn. Look Karen, I'm flying!

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Having wind's never been so much fun. Oh sorry, that came out wrong.

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What is the verdict? It is fantastic. I didn't know where I

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was half of the time. But my goodness. Awesome. Karen's had the

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time of her life. But I'm about to knock her off her feet with the big

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surprise. Was that all you thought it would be? Yes and more. What was

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the best bit? All of it. All of it was fantastic. Well I have to tell

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you that is only a rest hearseal. Because there is something else

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we're going to let you do. You're going to sky dive. Really? You're

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going jump out after a plane baby. Oh my God. You are. You certainly

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are. The day has arrived for Karen to live her dream and jump from

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13,000 feet and you notice I'm not with her. Because I was busy.

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beginning to sink in. She will jump with Jeff, an experienced sky diver.

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We will free fall at 120mph. fast? Are you sure you want to do

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this? This is my dream and something that recently perhaps I

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thought wasn't going to happen. But I'm worried a about the landing.

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Will end up on my bottom but I want to be graceful. Since John turned

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up, it has been one big rollercoaster. This is it now. I

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can't wait. Here we go then. Up, up and away. What goes up, must come

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# Jump, might as well jump! Go ahead and jump! Amazing. Tonight's

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The Night to you too, Karen. That's It was amazing. It was awesome. I

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just, I'm so elated. Thank you Tonight's The Night. Thank you very

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much. APPLAUSE. You landed on your feet! That is the best. Fantastic.

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You have had a tough last couple of years. Yes. How exhilarating was

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that? Really to be honest from when you turned up to jumping out of the

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plane it has been amazing. All of it. I'm glad we could do that. You

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such an inspirational person and the people around you love you, you

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Michelle made it come true. Just pleased I could help. She is

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amazing. An amazing person and so deserves it. Our high-flying Karen

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Martin! APPLAUSE. Now we have so many dreams to come true, I can't

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be every where, but I have friends to help. When a dream dropped in, I

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knew the guy to call. He has been around the West End more than a

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taxi driver. I is Craig Revel Horwood! -- it is Craig Revel

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Horwood! Craig, thank you for that. People see you as a shoot from the

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hip, take no prisoners kind of guy. I have known you for a long time

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and I know that he is actually a shoot from the hip no prisoners

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kind of guy. So it must have been touf rein that in? Ha, ha, very

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funny John. Actually, I had to work very hard and adapt to my

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surroundings. So here is the plot for this next event. Enter stage

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left an unsuspecting dreerm enter a devastatingly handsome lead

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man. That is him by the way. And here is what laps when their eyes

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meet over an egg sandwich and a hot I'm in Belfast to surprise a

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special lady. But I am going to make a real meal of it. Youth

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worker Angela dreamed of a career in the west end and is still always

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singing, according to her husband. She has my Three children singing.

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I'm trying to give them a rugby ball, and she has them singing John

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Barrowman songs. But Angela gave up her dreams to concentrate on her

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family and her job at Barnardos, where she helps vulnerable young

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people like Michelle to live independent lives. She changed my

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life. I know now when I need her, whether it is night or day she will

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be there. So sister-in-law Claire has asked us to make her dreams

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come true and perform in front of the nation with the cast of hit

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West End musical Dreamboats and Petticoats. I can't wait to see how

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she reacts. She will laugh her legs off and she deserves this treat to

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have a go and shine. This is Angela's brother's sandwich shop.

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But she doesn't know she is going to encounter the biggest diva the

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world has ever seen. Me! Easy Craig, don't peak Foo early. Angela is

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unaware we have rigged the place with hidden cameras. Let's see how

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she deals with my demand. Hello darling. How are we all here? Tell

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me, do you have a free range pick peas? -- chickpeas? No. Can I rope

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Angela into helping with my ridiculous request, or will she

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tell me to shove my sandwich. If I could have tomatos with that. I

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don't suppose I could get you to just look through the tomato there,

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because I'm concerned, because I can't have pips. Can you just go

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through it and pick them out. out the pips? Yes, while your

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making the sandwich, darling. That would be great. Who do you think I

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am? I would love it. You pick the pips out of your tomatoes. No I

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can't. I have sort of this bizarre fear of them oddly. Just three of

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those would be good. Thank you. That will do you. A bit dry.

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dear. Can you fold it a bit more neatly. Sorry. Oh we have a slight

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problem. I don't... Carry money. I'm sort of like the Queen. So I

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don't suppose... It would be possible at all to dance for my

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sandwich? I do have a wonderful like costume here. Let's dry try it.

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Oh look! Would you put it on, please? Oh I love a bit of bling.

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Do you think this will pay for my sandwich? I think. So a wee shuffle.

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Let's do a polka. Kick and change. And flick. You're fabulous. You

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should be on the stage. I am passed it Craig. No you're never passed it.

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You are never passed it. I'm proof of that, I'm 25 and still dancing.

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It is time to be honest. My love. My name is Craig Revel Horwood. I'm

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from Tonight's The Night and John Barrowman has sent me down here to

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make your dreams come true. I know your dream is to go on stage. Well

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how would you like to come to Tonight's The Night and sing in

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front of the entire UK. How do you feel about that? Oh I don't know

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what to say. Are you up for it. course I am. How brilliant. Oh I

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knew you were up to something. I was dumbfounded. I am so excited. I

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can't wait. My husband said you are wearing those leggings out. That is

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why. Who do you think will have nominated you for such a thing?

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Claire. Well great guess. It was Claire. Fantastic. A week later

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Angela is in the west end to rehearse you don't know me, the

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song she will sing with the stars of dream boats and petty coats.

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Quite nerve-wracking. I still don't know my word. Why don't you do a

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back-to-back sort of... Mother and daughter? They are so young and

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they have so much energy. That bounced off me. # Every time you

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pass me by # You don't know. Imimpressed, she picked it up

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quickly and has not hit a single bum note. # How I wish the one with

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you. She is nervous but you have to have nerves when you go on stage.

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It will drive you through. On the night she will be fantastic. # But

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you don't know. I know I will be nervous. But I think it will be all

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right on the night. Claire, you're Angela's sister-in-law. How much is

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she looking forward to this? She is going to be so excited and just

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diing to get on wit. She said she was nervous. Do you think she will

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be? She will pull it out of Dag bag. Daid, her husband, a a lot children

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she helps, will they think it is special? Absolutely. I thing they

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will see her in a different. I know they will be blown away. Craig she

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has confidence. Because not many people will stand up to you and she

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made you try to pick out your own pips. She gave me a run for my

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money. I was petrified that day. She was brilliant. She just went

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along with it and surprisingly. Here we go. Hope she goes along

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with it tonight. With the stars of Dreamboats and Petticoats, Angela,

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# Woah, woah, woah, # Oh, yes, yes

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# Woah, woah, woah, oh yeah, yeah, yeah

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# All though I love you so # Oh you don't know

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# You don't know just how I feel # For my love I darnt reveal

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# I am so, so afraid # You might not care

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# Every time you pass me by # Oh, you don't know, you don't

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know # Every time you pass me by

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# Oh, you don't know # You don't know what I've been

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through # Seeing someone else with you

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# Oh, I wish the one with you, were # But you don't know

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# I would tell you, if I believed # That you might care someday

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# But until then I'll never give this away

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# So, a secret it must stay # And you don't know, you don't

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know # How hard to bear

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# Is this one way love affair # For it breaks my heart to be in

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love CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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How was it? Loved it. It was fabulous.

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Susanna, did she look or feel nervous? Not at all, I think she

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was more composed than me. She was brave and did a fantastic job, well

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done. Sam, you are new to the cast, how is it going? It's going well.

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We started Monday ourselves so we are in the same position as you,

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our hearts were going but you were fantastic. Craig, some shoot from

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the hip advice or comment? disappointed I'm afraid because I

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couldn't find one single thing wrong! Ten out of ten!

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Ladies and gentlemen, our thanks to Craig, Susanna, Sam, ladies and

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gentlemen Angela Montgomery. Now, there are plenty of dreamers

:35:31.:35:35.

here in the audience but only one of them has been nominated to have

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a dream come true tonight. So, it's time for me to track you down. What

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I need is everybody on the end of each of these aisles to stand up.

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Everybody up. Everybody up. Up, up, up. OK, Matt, can we have some

:35:51.:35:55.

appropriate music? I need you all to step down here and to do this.

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Ready, and, arm, and arm, and arm, come on. And arm, and arm, and arm,

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and arm and point and point and point and point and turn around and

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turn around. Come on. And then I want you to go down. It's like an

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outtake from Black Swan, isn't it? OK, you can all sit down. You can

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all sit down because I'm not cut out to be a dance teacher, unlike

:36:25.:36:34.

you, Karen Yates. Karen. Yeah. Nicola, yes? Yes. You guys, come

:36:34.:36:44.
:36:44.:36:44.

with me. And the rest of you, take a look at this. Karen is my big

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sister, six years older than me. Karen's passion for dancing started

:36:48.:36:53.

at a young age. She left school when she was 15 to pursue dancing

:36:53.:36:58.

and it's just been her life ever since. The passion was there. She

:36:58.:37:04.

lived for dancing. In 1988, she had a terrible car crash. When we saw

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the state of the car that she'd had the accident in, we just wondered

:37:08.:37:12.

how she got out alive. We had to rush up to the hospital. She was in

:37:12.:37:17.

a really bad way. With her dancing being her one true love, I'm sure

:37:17.:37:21.

at times she must have thought it's all come to an end. When the doctor

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said that she probably wouldn't walk again... She said, I'm not

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listening to them, I will walk again and yes I will dance again,

:37:29.:37:33.

I'll prove them wrong. Since the accident, she's focused more on her

:37:33.:37:38.

dance school and that's just become her love now and she's so good at

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it. There are times when she really is poorly but she will go and carry

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on with teaching. She won't let the pupils down. She just connects to

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every single one of us. We are her children, we are there for her,

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she's there for us, works both ways, we are like a big happy family.

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Karen does a lot of found raising for local and national charities,

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dance shows, pantomimes, a weekly lottery. She's raised well over

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�40,000. She's an inspiration to everybody, she really is. I want to

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say thanks for everything, thanks for the past 15 years, for being

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you. Hope you are having a great night. Enjoy yourself. Have a great

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night. You deserve this, you really do. Karen, this is your dad. Really

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enjoy yourself and have the best night of your life!

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Nicola, Karen's made a huge difference in lot of people's lives,

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hasn't she? She learn si has, John. She's an inspiration to everybody -

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- certainly has. She's my hero. She's done so much for charities,

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for her dance pupils and for her family and friends. She's just the

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best. Did you have any idea anything like this was going to

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happen? No, I thought she'd won a competition. I've got dancing exams

:39:02.:39:06.

tomorrow and I said to her, I'd better be back for 6 o'clock

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tomorrow morning for my dancers. think you will be all right, you

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will be there for the dancers, don't worry. Karen, because this is

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your special night, and we wanted something special for you, and I

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think you are an incredibly brave and special woman and I would like

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to sing this song, your favourite song for you. Thank you. Clsh

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Girl when you hold me # How you control me

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# You bend me and fold me any way you please

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# It must be easy for you, the loving things that you do

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# For just a pastime for you # I could never be and I never know

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girl if I should stay or go # Cos the games that you play keep

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drieing me away - driving me away # Don't love me for fun girl

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# Let me be the one girl # Love me for a reason

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# Let the reason be love # Don't love me for fun girl

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# Let me be the one girl # Love me for a reason

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# Let the reason be love ahen, you've taught so many people over

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the years. Here tonight to celebrate that are some of your

:40:49.:40:53.

students from over the years. Come on over here.

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# Don't love me for fun girl # Let me be the one girl

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# Love me for a reason # Let the reason be love

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# Don't love me for fun girl # Let me be the one girl

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# Love me for a reason # Let the reason be love

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# Don't love me for fun girl # Let me be the one girl

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# Love me for a reason # Let the reason be love... #

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Thank you so much. You're very welcome. You're an inspiration, not

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only to everybody here but to everybody watching tonight. What do

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you have to say to these people who're sneaky but really care about

:41:57.:42:01.

you an awful lot? Oh, I wondered where all my dancers were last

:42:01.:42:07.

night. I got texts saying "I can't come exbeen called into work" and

:42:07.:42:10.

I'm thinking, I'm on my own with new pupil. Are you going to pass

:42:10.:42:17.

them all tomorrow? I will, yes. Ladies and gentlemen, our dance

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teacher extraordinary Karen Yates. So much more to pack into the show.

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Here is what is still on the way: West End star Ruthy Henshall is

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here with a classic from the musical cabaret.

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And Bevly Knight's back and will have us dancing In The Aisles.

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Next, I'm surprising a theatre-goer in London's busy West End. We all

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know a trip to the theatre is no easy feat. Sometimes it's tricky

:42:47.:42:51.

getting a ticket, sometimes it's hard getting a parking spot. But

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surely getting a drink would be easy, right? Oh...

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Huh? Not when I'm the usher it isn't.

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Woah. Roger? Roger, where's the end of the stage? Roger...

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CRASH I'm on my way to the West End to

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surprise a very special young woman who dreams of performing on stage.

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And that's a dream Charlotte Bullen's had since childhood. Her

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dance teacher and friend Paula is going to tell us more.

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If Charlie got the chance to perform with a West End star, it

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would just been everything to her. It's always been her dream. Just

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over four years ago, everything changed for Charlotte. Her mum Jane

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remembers how a life-threatening heart condition almost shattered

:43:45.:43:49.

her daughter's West End dreams. This obviously affected her

:43:50.:43:54.

performances, she had to give up dancing and singing and her

:43:54.:43:56.

confidence really, really did suffer.

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Despite taking time off college for regular treatment, she's kept the

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childhood dreams alive and has even recorded a CD for charity. Over the

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years, she's really suffered and kept it all to herself and she's

:44:08.:44:11.

been really brave. But she's also managed to raise thousands of

:44:11.:44:14.

pounds for the local charities and I just think it would be nice for

:44:14.:44:19.

her to have a little surprise back. So that's where I come in. I've

:44:19.:44:23.

arranged for Charlotte's musical dreams to come true by setting up a

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duet with her idol, West End and Broadway star, Ruthy Henshall.

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think she'll be absolutely blown away, to be honest. She absolutely

:44:34.:44:40.

adores her. Charlie thinks she's coming to see

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Chicago. She certainly is coming to see a show, but tonight, she's

:44:44.:44:49.

going to be the star! Show time! The whole theatre has been rigged

:44:49.:44:53.

with our secret cameras, including the VIP box. Charlie's getting pre-

:44:53.:44:56.

show drinks there with her best friend Paula, but of course,

:44:56.:45:00.

Paula's in on the set-up and the hospitality is not what you would

:45:00.:45:03.

expect. Because I'm upstairs being transformed into the man who will

:45:03.:45:09.

Kate tore their every need. Usher extraordinaire. Walter is a

:45:09.:45:13.

frustrated performer who could have been a big star if only he'd had

:45:13.:45:17.

the breaks. Well, it looks like he's broken

:45:17.:45:19.

something. The girls are called up to their

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VIP box, and with mum watching backstage, they are about to

:45:23.:45:27.

experience Walter's unique pre-show hospitality. Excuse me a minute,

:45:28.:45:35.

just going to ps oop, terribly sorry. I will get in a lot of

:45:35.:45:41.

trouble for that. A little bit of... Sorry, that was orange. Oh dear!

:45:41.:45:45.

I need another glass! And they need another usher. But

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once Walter's popped, just can't stopment

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Oops. Sorry. I just thought, Thwaiteer's being really strange, I

:45:56.:46:02.

was saying to Paula, what's he doing, but honestly, I didn't have

:46:02.:46:06.

any idea at all. I've actually opened an ice-cream and I'm not

:46:06.:46:11.

supposed to unless you wanted one. Terrible, isn't it? Don't tell

:46:11.:46:14.

anyone, I'm having a nice time talking to you, but don't worry,

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I'm just going to... Mint chocolate chip, absolutely wonderful. What's

:46:20.:46:27.

your favourite song from the show? Are you a naughty girl? Cell block

:46:27.:46:31.

tango. You are a naughty one, yes you are. This is only the first act

:46:31.:46:35.

of the surprise. Curtain down on Walter and curtain up on me. Listen,

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darling, back after the show's started to make sure everything's

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all right, you've got your champagne and remember, you have a

:46:41.:46:44.

wonderful show, but they are not going to be the only ones in the

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spotlight, my dear, because I'm John Barrowman from BBC One

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Eastonite's the night and I am here to make your dream come true.

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Stand up. Yay. Oh, my God. Overwhelmed really,

:47:01.:47:07.

absolutely in shock at the moment. Needs to sink in. Would you please

:47:07.:47:10.

come with me to the Tonight's The Night studio, where you are going

:47:10.:47:19.

to perform in front of the nation... Sure... Are you sure? Totally

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serious. Take a breath. You would? Yes. Would you sing with somebody

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else? Yes. Would you sing with Ruthy Henshall? No way! Yes way.

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Oh... Yes. OK? Brilliant. Oh, my God, I

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was trying to pinch myself to see if I was dreaming ofrpbt. It's

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amazing honestly, I can't wait to sing with her. Charlie rehearses

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her song. Maybe this time from cabaret. And a surprise Eaves

:47:51.:48:01.
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dropper is outside. Her duet Are you Charlotte. I was listening,

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it is incredible. She has a beautiful innocent quality to her

:48:09.:48:15.

voice. She seemed overwhelmed at first and then you could hear it

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just blossoming. Ruthy's voice is what I want to be lake. It is

:48:24.:48:30.

amazing to be able to sing like her. I think she will coal really well

:48:30.:48:35.

on the big stage. It is one of those things if you have that in

:48:35.:48:39.

your blood, as soon as the lights hit, it happens, you know and I

:48:39.:48:47.

think she will just come out fighting. # Maybe this time I'll

:48:47.:48:57.
:48:57.:49:04.

win! So mum, Charlotte has always wanted to perform with Ruthie

:49:04.:49:08.

Henshall. This one the -- must be the biggest moment in her life.

:49:08.:49:13.

she is really looking forward to it. Has her heart condition held her

:49:13.:49:17.

back? Yes it has. She has been performing since she was about 10

:49:17.:49:22.

and it has held her back two or three years. She is now coming out

:49:22.:49:29.

of it. It is wonderful to see. how is it going to be to see your

:49:29.:49:36.

youngest up there. Fantastic. Like the lottery, better than winning

:49:36.:49:41.

the lottery. Money can't buy these moments. Well, take your seats, for

:49:41.:49:45.

a return to the West End, with Ruthie Henshall and a classic from

:49:46.:49:55.
:49:56.:49:56.

the show Cabaret. Charlotte, Tonight's The Night. # Maybe this

:49:56.:50:04.

time I'll be lucky. # Maybe this time he'll stay.

:50:04.:50:11.

# Maybe this time for the first time.

:50:11.:50:21.
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# Love won't hurry away. # He will hold me fast.

:50:22.:50:32.
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# I'll be home at last. Ladies and gentlemen, please

:50:34.:50:44.
:50:44.:50:57.

welcome the incredible Charlotte! Something's bound to begin. It's

:50:57.:51:07.
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going to happen. # Happen some time # Maybe this time I'll win #

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Everybodys loves a winner. So nobody loved me. # Lady peaceful.

:51:20.:51:29.

# Lady happy. # That's what I long to be.

:51:29.:51:34.

# Well, all the odds are, they're in my favour.

:51:35.:51:43.

# Something's bound to begin. # It's gotta happen.

:51:43.:51:53.
:51:53.:51:56.

# Happen sometime. # Maybe this time I'll win.

:51:56.:52:06.
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Was that awesome. Thank you. have sung with your odd ol - idol.

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I know. How was it? Incredible. it everything you thought it would

:52:37.:52:43.

be. And more. Thank you. She has sung with a leading lady of the

:52:43.:52:48.

west end. That must take a lot of guts. What was so special, I think

:52:48.:52:54.

you saw it, as she came out, you lot went mad and your face just lit.

:52:54.:53:01.

And then you started singing and they all started clapping and you

:53:01.:53:10.

just blew us away. It was wonderful. Mum, and dad, your face says it all

:53:10.:53:18.

right? Are you proud? Oh yes, thank you so much. I know what I can say,

:53:18.:53:25.

incredible. Ladies and gentlemen, Ruthie Henshall and Charlotte

:53:25.:53:34.

Bullen! I promised she would be back. With an 80s hit, momma used

:53:34.:53:44.
:53:44.:54:04.

# Oh yes # Come on! That's it! # Said a small boy once asked: "When

:54:04.:54:07.

will I grow up?" # When will I see what grownups do

:54:07.:54:11.

see?" # In his strive to become a man, he

:54:11.:54:17.

will act an older age to be recognised as man among the men.

:54:17.:54:21.

# And mama used to say: "Take your time young man."

:54:21.:54:25.

# And mama used to say: "Don't you rush to get old."

:54:26.:54:30.

# And mama used to say: "Take it in your stride."

:54:30.:54:36.

# And mama used to say: "Live your life."

:54:36.:54:40.

# As the years where rushing by he will cut down on his age, tell his

:54:40.:54:47.

girl of how it used to be. # Now, his mama past away but this

:54:47.:54:52.

lines she would say at that time he couldn't understand.

:54:52.:54:56.

# And mama used to say: "Take your time young man."

:54:56.:55:01.

# And mama used to say: "Don't you rush to get old."

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# And mama used to say: "Take it in your stride."

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# And mama used to say: "Live your life."

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# You're young, so young, so hold on back, do what you want to do.

:55:19.:55:23.

# Now is the time for you to strive, For you to get better in what you

:55:23.:55:33.
:55:33.:55:47.

are doing! Come on! Oh yeah! Got to listen to

:55:47.:55:55.

your mamma, people. Take your time young man # Mamma used to say #

:55:55.:56:03.

Don't you rush to get old # Mamma used to say, take it in your stride

:56:03.:56:12.

# Live your life. # Take your time, take your time # Don't you rush to

:56:12.:56:22.

get old # Take it all in your stride # Live your life # Come on

:56:22.:56:29.

one more time # Mamma used to say it # She used to say it # Mamma

:56:29.:56:39.
:56:39.:56:39.

used to say it # Mamma used to tell me # She used to say it # Live your

:56:39.:56:49.
:56:49.:56:53.

The amazing Beverley Knight. We are all out of dreams. But we are back

:56:53.:56:59.

next week with a surprise from the Billy Elliott. Matthew Morrisson

:56:59.:57:05.

meets a big admirer and the band of the Royal Marines are here and

:57:05.:57:09.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor has a new singing partner. Until then, keep

:57:09.:57:19.
:57:19.:57:30.

dreaming. Today this could be the greatest day of hur lives. # Before

:57:30.:57:40.
:57:40.:57:40.

it all ends # Before we run out of time # Stay close to me # Stay

:57:40.:57:50.
:57:50.:57:54.

John Barrowman is making more dreams come true for some very deserving people.

Beverley Knight duets with one of her biggest fans; a mum who has battled cancer gets the chance to sky dive; Ruthie Henshall surprises a teenager who then performs with her on the classic Maybe This Time; and Craig Revel-Horwood along with the cast of Dreamboats and Petticoats turns a Belfast lady into a leading lady.


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