Finally, after a whole year, the golden ceremony is upon us and we’re almost close to sharing a spotlight on the nominees in Entertainment.
This week, we’re looking into the world of reality, and IARA has shortlisted the Top four personalities that have won our hearts. Indeed, reality television has become a strong part of our daily lives and the backbone of television. Controversial as some may be, you’re still able to find a few gems that’ll love to be friends with.
So without further or do, here are the Top four reality stars that’ll be competing for the Best UK Reality TV Star Award.
After winning the Best UK Reality TV Stars at IARA last year with Sandi Bogle, Sandra Martin went on to also win a Screen Nation Award. The new series of Channel 4’s ‘Googlebox’ sees Martin bringing the daughter on board as the second star.
‘First Dates’ star Fred Sirieix has recently released his book ‘First Dates, The Art Of Love.’ He also transcends his career into music and has recently produced a single with Mark King from Level 42 called La Vie Continue (Life Goes On).
British American Model Calum Best came third in ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ in 2015, before returning to the show to compete three years later. He also appeared on E! Reality show ‘Famously Single’. He’s now been confirmed to appear on the upcoming show ‘Celebs Go Dating’.
Jordan Banjo has given his dancing shoes a break and went to compete in ITV’s reality show ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ where he came fifth. He has presented alongside Diversity dance member Perrie Edwards for their show in 2013 and recently appeared as himself in ITV Special ‘Diversity Steals the Show’.