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In 2009, Deeley guest hosted the United States syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (for Meredith Vieira), and appearing on BBC America's broadcast of Gordon Ramsay's F Word.
She has also hosted Fame Academy on the BBC, and the 2004 Brit Awards.
Deeley became the presenter of Stars In Their Eyes from 2003 to 2006, taking over from Matthew Kelly.
Of course, not everyone succeeds and the show will also follow up with those who do not achieve their goals and were willing to talk about it.“That’s actually one of the most interesting aspects of the show,” Deeley says.
“Seeing those people and going, ‘This is real life, and sometimes you can try your hardest, and it doesn’t happen. I’m going to try again.'”An example is a woman named Lauren, whose dream was to become a firefighter.
On SM: TV Live she often acted as an apparently slightly unwilling assistant whenever the show featured a guest appearance by a magician, participating in a number of different illusions including being sawed in half in a version of the illusion called Clearly Impossible.
In December 2009, she was made a UNICEF UK ambassador.She is married to Northern Irish comedian and television personality Patrick Kielty. She left full-time modelling in 1997, following changes in her contract with Storm.
The event, watched by an estimated 500 million people, was at the new Wembley Stadium.She applied multiple times to be accepted to the training program, but she didn’t make it.“She told us, ‘I’m going to try again,'” Deeley says.“She’s got two kids that she wanted to be an inspiration for, and so she came back on the show.In 2002, Deeley appeared in a television advert for Marks and Spencer.Other programmes she hosted include The Record of the Year, Fame Academy, The 2004 Brit Awards and Stars in Their Eyes, as well as a weekly broadcast on London's Capital FM and BBC Choice series Roadtripping, both with former MTV colleague Edith Bowman.Other projects of Deeley's include presenting the third season of Soundtrack to My Life and playing herself as host of comedian Peter Kay's Britain's Got the Pop Factor.