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Comic Relief Does Fame Academy on BBC Three is back with two exciting new presenters for another brilliant series of cheeky chat, insider knowledge and daily dose of Academy life.

As ever we’ll have the lowdown on what’s happening backstage on the BBC One show, all the gossip on what’s really going on behind Academy doors and we’ll be the first to tell you who’s singing what, when and how.

If that’s not enough we’ll be chatting to celebrity guests, taking sneaky snoops around the Academy, meeting the students’ family and friends, and more importantly, we’ll be listening to what you lot at home have to say about everything and anything Fame Academy-wise.

Join presenters Dominic Wood and Sarah Cawood every night after the live event on BBC One.


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Sarah Cawood

Sarah Cawood

Sarah began presenting in 1995 for Nickelodeon UK then in 1997 she moved to late night Channel 4 to present The Girlie Show.

Since then she has presented on MTV, Live & Kicking and Top of the Pops. She has co-presented the midweek and Saturday National Lottery programmes and is also a reporter on Richard & Judy.

One of Sarah’s most memorable TV moments was while presenting The National Lottery Jet Set with Eamonn Holmes when Fathers 4 Justice invaded the studio. Undeterred and like a true professional, Sarah carried on as if nothing was wrong. What a trooper!

In November 2006 she demonstrated her hairdressing skills as a participant in BBC's Celebrity Scissorhands for Children in Need.

Sarah is good friends with fellow presenter Fearne Cotton and is a huge fan of The Ramones.
 
Dominic Wood

Dominic Wood

Presenter Dominic, or Dom, is best known as half of double act Dick and Dom, whose TV show Dick and Dom in da Bungalow won two BAFTAs in 2004.

Dom first appeared on television in 1996 on CBBC's Friday Zone and went on to present the highly-acclaimed CBBC Broom Cupboard until 1998.

In 1998 he was offered his own series on CBBC called Animal Magic.

Dom also presented CITV’s hugely successful game show Jungle Run and was a regular contributor on Fully Booked, FBi and Live & Kicking. He has also presented two series of CBBC's Hyperlinks and The Really Wild Show.

Dom is a world record holder…twice! Once on Record Breakers, where he performed most amount of card tricks ever in one minute. And on Dick and Dom in da Bungalow for putting on the most pairs of pants in one minute.

Dom is also an award-winning magician and an author. He has recently published his first children's novel, Dom and the Magic Topper.
 

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