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post May 12 2015, 01:47 PM
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Thank you to the 16 people who submitted votes in the final round of Buzzjack's Ultimate TV presenter.

It's time to discover whether Konnie Huq has overcome her haters to top the results or whether the more experienced David Attenborough or David Dimbleby might be the preferred choice of Buzzjack.

The results kick off tonight at around 8pm. Until then, please make your final predictions of who you think will be crowned Buzzjack's Ultimate TV presenter. A reminder of the contenders in the final (in alphabetical order)...

Alan Carr
Ant & Dec
Claudia Winkleman
David Attenborough
David Dimbleby
Davina McCall
Dermot O'Leary
Emma Willis
Fearne Cotton
Graham Norton
Holly Willoughby
Jameela Jamil
Jimmy Carr
Keith Lemon
Konnie Huq
Mel & Sue
Rochelle Humes
Sarah-Jane Crawford
Stephen Fry
Zoe Ball
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post May 12 2015, 01:51 PM
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Alan Carr to win please and, like I said before, PLEASE can Konnie and jameela.jpg be low. sad.gif
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post May 12 2015, 07:13 PM
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20. Keith Lemon
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Everyone's favourite strawberry blonde potty mouth finishes in 20th position! Keith Lemon is the alter ego of Leigh Francis and is best known for presenting ITV 2's hit panel show Celebrity Juice. Whilst the show is now a shadow of its former self, it still remains very popular and continues to push the boundaries of acceptability. ITV have been pushing Lemon into primetime roles on ITV in the last couple of years; he's presented Through The Keyhole and Sing If You Can with Stacey Solomon to name just two. His act didn't quite work in primetime, since it centers around being rude and provocative.

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post May 12 2015, 07:14 PM
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QUOTE(April @ May 12 2015, 02:47 PM) *
The results kick off tonight at around 8pm.

FLOP (or not x)

Anyway really looking forward to this and Konnie and Jameela to slay please heart.gif

Thank gosh the awful Keith lemon is out sick2.gif
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19. David Dimbleby
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Narrowly avoiding the embarrassment of a last place finish is the national institution known as David Dimbleby. Mr Dimbleby has been the presenter of the BBC's Election Night Results since time began (or at least it feels like it) and has continued to very competently do the job at the tender age of 76. There are rumours that 2015 was his final election night as the main host, however, he has dismissed these rumours. Other than Election Night, Dimbleby can be seen presenting Question Time every Thursday night. He's certainly done an amazing job and continues to grill the politicians better than some of the journalists half his age.

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I had no clue who he was to be honest kink.gif
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QUOTE(Ultraviolence1989 @ May 12 2015, 08:21 PM) *
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Both are dead wood tbh.
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Surprised Keith Lemon is last! Not a huge fan of him myself and have only seen him present 'Celebrity Juice' but he can be hilarious in small doses/when you're in the mood for it so I thought I'd throw him a few points. happy.gif
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18. Zoe Ball
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The ever bubbly and ever lovely Zoe Ball crashes out next in 18th position - too low in my opinion! Zoe Ball is best known for being the first female DJ on Radio 1's Breakfast Show, however as many TV credits to her name also. Most recently, Ball has hosted Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two as well as covering for Claudia Winkleman on the main programme for a few episodes last series. Zoe Ball was fantastic on the main show - it's a shame she can't replace the awfully beige Tess Daly. Zoe Ball also regularly as a segment presenting in Children in Need and has even presented Top of the Pops many moons ago.

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post May 13 2015, 07:27 PM
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Zoe Ball is obviously most known for the iconic Doctor Who Live shows, both the Afterparty and the 12th Doctor reveal.
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17. Rochelle Humes
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Queen Rochelle Humes is criminally only placed at #17! tongue.gif Who am I kidding? She's not the best presenter but she gets an A* for effort and being flawless. Her presenting career began back in 2005 on CBBC's Smile. However, her presenting career went on hold after joining The Saturdays. Recently, Rochelle can be seen on practically every ITV show in existence, notably This Morning and Ninja Warrior UK. Meanwhile on the BBC, she's a regular team captain on Sweat The Small Stuff and presented her first ever Children In Need night last year. She's just started out in the presenting world and is definitely one to watch.

P.S. Cameron wanted me to include the fact that she performed and hosted at the BJSC 73 Final. Apparently.

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Zoe Ball far too low, she's upbeat, fun, not dumb, and is married to fatboy Slim himself. She also interrupted her career to be mum, and oh yes her dad is kids TV legend Johnny Ball.

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Rochelle far too low cry.gif
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16. Sarah-Jane Crawford
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Another leap up to 33 points and we find Sarah-Jane Crawford who just misses out on a top 15 position. Sarah-Jane is most prominently known for her radio work on BBC Radio 1Xtra. However, she's also done voiceovers for many MTV chart countdowns and most recently presented The Xtra Factor in 2014. It was announced recently that Sarah-Jane will be leaving the show, which is a shame because she worked well on the programme.

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15. Fearne Cotton
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A slightly surprise for me to see Fearne Cotton finishing at just #15. Despite being quite young, Fearne has already achieved a lot in her career. After starting out on CBBC, she quickly moved into regular TV work through landing the Top of the Pops main presenter role with fellow CBBC star Reggie Yates. Alongside this, the duo began to present the chart show for Radio 1. However, Fearne's career took off massively with her presenting Children In Need, the national finals for Eurovision and Love Island (which is returning this Summer with Caroline Flack). Before long, Cotton bagged both The Xtra Factor and Celebrity Juice. She has even been seen as part of the presenting team for big national events like the Diamond Jubilee and Royal Wedding.

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On gosh both are amazing cry.gif
Sarah made me watch xtra factor for the 1st times in years and I have always loved Fearne heart.gif
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14. Alan Carr
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Everyone's favourite camp comedy presenter turned chat show host (or is that technically Graham Norton?) finishes in 14th position. Alan Carr is best known for his chat show Chatty Man. However, he was also part of the Sunday Night Project. If you haven't seen it before, it was amazing and I'm gutted they stopped making it! If that's not all, in 2014, Alan presented a brand new talent show on Channel 4 called The Singer Takes It All. It was pretty bad. Alan is the first presenter who received a 12 points to drop out of the countdown. Poor ha.

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omg nooo. What world do we live in when Konnie and Jameela are better than Alan Carr. sad.gif

THE JOKE IS OVER NOW PEOPLE.
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