Trust Me – I'm a Beauty Therapist is a reality television show broadcast on Five in which eight British celebrities trained to become beauticians in a South Wales beauty salon. They had to perform such tasks as, cutting hair, giving massages, applying fake tan, giving manicures, pedicures and waxing.
The series was aired in October 2006. The celebrities that took part were:
Quatro says that this was the only one of her shows that she should not have done. The show was sold to her as a documentary. On discovering that it was a reality show, she "screamed and shouted" and accused the producer of "lying" to her. She concluded, "I won’t be doing another reality show. I didn’t really learn anything. I can do a simple haircut now and that’s about it."
Susan Kay Quatro is an American rock singer-songwriter, bass guitarist, and actress.
Dame Edna Everage, often known simply as Dame Edna, is a character created and performed by Australian comedian Barry Humphries, known for her lilac-coloured or "wisteria hue" hair and cat eye glasses or "face furniture", her favourite flower, the gladiolus ("gladdies") and her boisterous greeting: "Hello, Possums!" As Dame Edna, Humphries has written several books including an autobiography, My Gorgeous Life, appeared in several films and hosted several television shows.
Jennifer Bond is an English journalist and television presenter. Bond worked for fourteen years as the BBC's royal correspondent. She has most recently hosted Cash in the Attic and narrated the programme Great British Menu.
Desmond John Humphrys is a Welsh broadcaster. From 1981 to 1987 he was the main presenter for the Nine O'Clock News, the flagship BBC News television programme, and from 1987 until 2019 he presented on the BBC Radio 4 breakfast programme Today. Since 2003 he has been the host of the BBC Two television quiz show Mastermind.
Michelle Marsh is an English former glamour model, known for her appearances on Page 3 and in numerous British lads' mags.
Janice Doreen Dickinson is an American model, television personality, author, actress, and talent agent. Initially notable as a model, Dickinson has been disputably described by herself and others as the first supermodel. One of the most successful models of the 1970s and 1980s, she also served as a judge on four cycles on America's Next Top Model (2003–2006). Dickinson opened a modeling agency in 2005, which was documented in the reality television series The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency (2006–2008).
Nicholas Barry Chinn is an English songwriter and record producer. Together with Mike Chapman he had a long string of hit singles in the UK and US in the 1970s and early 1980s, including several international number-one records. The duo wrote hits for The Sweet, Suzi Quatro, Mud, New World, Arrows, Racey, Smokie, Tina Turner, Huey Lewis and the News and Toni Basil.
Danny Foster is an English pop/soul singer and television personality, who appeared in the inaugural series of the British television talent-show Popstars, going on to become a founder member of the pop group Hear'say.
Michael Donald Chapman is an Australian record producer and songwriter who was a major force in the British pop music industry in the 1970s. He created a string of hit singles for artists including The Sweet, Suzi Quatro, Smokie, Mud and Racey with business partner Nicky Chinn, creating a sound that became identified with the "Chinnichap" brand. He later produced breakthrough albums for Blondie and The Knack. Chapman received a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the 2014 Australia Day Honours.
Rockin' with Suzi Q was a weekly radio programme broadcast on BBC Radio 2, featuring Suzi Quatro playing her favourite blues, rock, and soul tunes from independent record labels.
The Pleasure Seekers was a 1960s-era, all-female pop band from Detroit, Michigan. The band morphed into Cradle, changing direction musically. They are known due in large part to the later prominence of band member Suzi Quatro.
Megan Hauserman is an American model and reality television personality, best known for her appearances on VH1.
Lauren Charlotte Harries is a British television personality. As a child she was known for her knowledge of antiques, appearing on numerous television shows including After Dark and Wogan. In later life, she is known for her appearances on television series such as Celebrity Big Brother, Big Brother's Bit on the Side and This Morning.
Ellen Lee DeGeneres is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, and producer. She starred in the sitcom Ellen from 1994 to 1998 and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since 2003.
The Wendy Williams Show is an American syndicated infotainment talk show created and hosted by Wendy Williams and produced by Wendy Williams Productions, and Perler Productions. The Wendy Williams Show is distributed by Debmar-Mercury, the show aired starting July 14, 2008 in select major U.S. markets and July 13, 2009 nationwide. It primarily aired on Fox, CW and MyNetworkTV affiliates. Wendy is broadcast live in front of a studio audience on Mondays through Thursdays. The Friday shows are either a first-run episode originally taped after the Thursday for broadcast the next day, or a repeat of the previous Monday's episode. The show regularly competes with The Ellen DeGeneres Show as the top-ranked syndicated talk show with a single female host in the key demographic of women 25–54 in the United States.
Back to the Drive is an album by Suzi Quatro. Released in March 2006, it was her comeback album, and her first since 1990's Oh Suzi Q. and her eleventh studio album. Produced by Sweet guitarist Andy Scott and Steve Grant, it was overseen by veteran producer Mike Chapman and featured backing vocals by Shirlie Roden, and ex-husband Len Tuckey on guitar, including her daughter Laura Quatro duetting with her on the download-only single "I'll Walk Through the Fire With You".
Anne Solway Hegerty is an English television quiz personality and one of the "chasers" on the ITV game show The Chase. She was a contestant in the 2018 ITV reality show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!.
Free the Butterfly is an "inner experience" self-help album by Suzi Quatro and Shirlie Roden, which uses music and movement as a healing therapy. The pair have appeared together at workshops and Mind, Body & Spirit festivals. Speaking of Roden, Quatro said: "She's a sound healer and she asked me to do some workshops with her, which I did, and it was quite an interesting experience." When asked if she found the exercise helpful in her own life, Quatro said: "Definitely, I think that, whenever you do something like that, you realize that most people really have the same kind of problems.", adding "I feel I have to do this, I have to give something back". The work is based on the idea of the "School of Life".
What Goes Around – Greatest & Latest is the eleventh solo studio album by the rock singer-songwriter and bass guitarist Suzi Quatro. It was originally released in 1995, by the record label CMC International Records. It features re-recordings of her original recordings, spanning from the 1970s and features four new tracks, one a cover version of Bruce Springsteen's song "Born to Run".
Scarlett Sigourney Moffatt is an English television personality and presenter from County Durham, best known for appearing in the Channel 4 programme Gogglebox. She won the sixteenth series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! in 2016, and has since appeared in a number of programmes, including the I'm a Celebrity companion show Extra Camp as a co-presenter, and Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.