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Congratulations to Sophie Oliver who was selected from hundreds to be the Team Captain on the CBBC TV panel show ‘The Dog Ate My Homework’!

 

Sophie grasped the opportunity of applying for the show through Musicality Management and in her mums words, ‘had an absolute ball’!

The show is a mischievous mix of tongue-in-cheek comedy, off-the-wall questions and slapstick challenges hosted by comedian Iain Stirling who is most recently known for narrating the hit TV show ‘Love Island’. Sophie was thrilled to get a quick selfie before her days filming came to an end!

The TV experience started the day before filming, when sophie was flown from Wales to to Glasgow and chauffeured to BBC, where she was given a tour of the studios including the busy newsrooms which she found fascinating!

The filming day itself was super exciting, as much to Sophie’s surprise, she had her own dressing room and here is a photo to prove it…Yes, she even had her name on the door!

Then it was time for wardrobe, hair and make up, (which we are guessing was one of Sophies favourite parts of the day) before taking a short break.

Sophie was then introduced to the others on her team who included TV presenter Lauren Layfield and Funmbi Omotayo, a stand up comedian.

On the opposing team were Abdul (Team Captain), Dr Ranj, who is the resident doctor on ‘This Morning’ and stand up comedian Ivo Graham.

After a full brief, Sophie was taken to the set for a rehearsal, before grabbing some food from the BBC canteen which was eaten in the ‘Green Room’.

At 6pm, it was time to get microphones fitted and excitement began to build as the studio audience started to arrive. Finally, at 6.30 it was show time!

The first three three rounds were filmed and lots of fun was had, although we won’t tell you exactly what happened as we don’t want to spoil any surprises! After a short break, the final two rounds were filmed and after three exhausting, but fun filled hours, filming was ‘wrapped’.

Sophie enjoyed the whole experience and thanks CBBC and everyone involved with ‘The Dog Ate My Homework’, for welcoming her and looking after her so well.

Did Sophie’s team win? Well we shall just have to wait until the show is aired in the New Year before finding out, as Sophie’s lips are sealed!

Sophie is represented by Musicality Management and if you would like the chance of getting involved in TV and film, Click here to find out more!

 

A 10-year-old girl will be rubbing shoulders with celebrities after her stylish wit won her a place on a television comedy panel show.

Tilly Barlow, from Barton under Needwood, will be hot-footing it to Glasgow in December to film CBBC show The Dog Ate My Homework, following a successful audition.

Tilly has been attending the Barton-under-Needwood based Central Stage Academy for only a year and was picked for an audition for the show by her principal Lynn House.

The pupil, who attends All Saints Primary School, in Rangemore, will take her place alongside celebrities for the show hosted by Love Island’s Iain Stirling. She will be a team captain in series five.

Mrs House, 34, who has been teaching for 15 years, said: "CBBC have my details on file and rang me in the summer to ask if I could forward on any names of three students I thought would be suitable for a team captain role. They asked for someone who was confident, funny, and witty.

"I put three names forward and Tilly was one of them. In the audition they did lots of improvisation and then at the end asked her to make them laugh. She told a joke and had them rolling around with laughter.

"I am very proud of her. It is awesome. We haven’t been running (the academy) that long so I haven’t known them all that long but I teach them myself and have got to know them well.

"Tilly will have this amazing experience at just 10 years old. I am over the moon."

Mrs House said The Dog Ate My Homework was a comedy panel show similar to Celebrity Juice but for children featuring celebrity guests who have to complete a series of challenges.

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Mrs House trained in musical theatre and only started the academy in March 2016. She already has more than 80 students aged between four and 16-years-old. Tilly joined that same September.

She said: "We do singing and drama and a mixture of musical theatre and drama, improvisation, scriptwriting and character building."

Further information about the academy is available by visiting www.central-stage.co.uk or calling 07957 461569.

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