Channel 4 announce new Katie Piper Series

by | May 16, 2013 | All, TV News

Channel 4 have announced that Katie Piper will come to the rescue of people who have learned to bitterly regret their poor beauty decision in brand new series Undo Me.

Britain is a nation obsessed with obtaining the perfect body – with sometimes frightening consequences, from over plucked eye brows, embarrassing tattoos and hair wrecked by extensions, to pouty lips and faces blighted by faded permanent make-up.

In this series, Katie will hear jaw-dropping stories from women and men who have made bad beauty decisions and are desperate to “undo” them. The show will follow their stories as highly experienced practitioners help correct their terrible mistakes: some may be quick fixes, others painful, but all will offer another shot at natural beauty.

Katie will also be touring Britain and explore the latest beauty fads – from lunch-break boob-jobs to teeth whitening – and look at why thousands of individuals are determined to change their looks with often drastic measures, why certain beauty trends emerge, and how they are marketed to British consumers.

The 6×60 series was commissioned by Head of Features, Gill Wilson, and Commissioning Editor, Katie Boyd. Made by Remarkable Television, an Endemol company, it will be executive produced by Oliver Wright and series produced by Jude Parker. It will air on Channel 4 later this year.

Katie Boyd said: “We are delighted to be able to show wonderful Katie in a new light: all guns blazing as a beautician, mentor and above all an inspiration. “

Colette Foster, Managing Director for Remarkable Television, said: “This brand new features format will undo all those shameful beauty choices which anyone could make. Katie Piper is the ideal presenter for this warm hearted series and will help transform lives.”



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