Six celebrities attempt to live without sugar for two weeks.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Sugar Free Farm - Jane McDonald - Netflix
Jane Anne McDonald (born 4 April 1963) is an English singer, actress, media personality and broadcaster, who became known to the public in 1998 after her appearance on the BBC show The Cruise. Known for her strong Yorkshire accent, she has since co-presented a number of daytime shows, including Loose Women between 2004 and 2014, ITV programme Star Treatment in 2013 and British Academy Television Award winning Cruising with Jane McDonald from 2017.
Sugar Free Farm - Guest appearances - Netflix
McDonald appeared on a celebrity special of Ready Steady Cook. She donated the money to Wakefield Hospice, a local charity of her home town. She has also appeared on the reality shows Have I Been Here Before, All Star Family Fortunes, and Drop the Celebrity. McDonald appeared in a documentary called Return to... The Cruise, which celebrated the tenth anniversary of The Cruise, finding out how much McDonald enjoyed her fame and success. This was shown over several nights of the week, beginning 11 August 2008 on BBC Two. She was a guest on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway on 22 March 2008, with Christopher Biggins in the game Grab the Ads playing Tarzan and Jane. On 20 July 2008, she featured on The Sunday Night Project. She also appeared on the celebrity edition of Are You Smarter Than A 10 Year Old? in September 2008 where she won £50,000 for the Wakefield Hospice. Since October 2010, McDonald has been a regular contributor to The Alan Titchmarsh Show, airing on ITV. Since 10 January 2011, McDonald has narrated all three series of the Channel 4 reality show Celebrity 5 Go to.... On 14 March 2011, McDonald reviewed the daily newspapers with Kelvin MacKenzie on ITV's This Morning. On 5 July 2011, McDonald appeared as a competitor on ITV's Ten Mile Menu. The show challenged two teams to cook a three-course meal using only local produce from a ten-mile radius. Each team was made up of a professional chef and a celebrity guest. McDonald's partner was chef Jun Tanaka. McDonald and Tanaka went on to win the programme by out cooking actress Terri Dwyer and professional chef Aldo Zilli. On 16 October 2011, McDonald telephoned into ITV's The Xtra Factor from a live concert in Bridlington to stick up for contestant Sami Brookes after a cruise ship slur by judge Gary Barlow. On 27 October 2011, a newspaper article revolving around McDonald was the “Subject of Conversation” on that morning's episode of The Wright Stuff. McDonald phoned in after several members of the public to express her opinion about the article. On 25 November 2011, McDonald was invited to perform at the David Foster and friends concert at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. She took part in an episode of Tipping Point: Lucky Stars. On 12 June 2015, McDonald made an appearance on Loose Women as a guest panellist. On 6 February 2017, McDonald returned to Loose Women as a guest to discuss her upcoming musical and television work. In 2016, McDonald took part in ITV's Sugar Free Farm series.
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