1. Noel Edmonds has been added to the I'm a Celeb lineup.
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2. Noel Edmonds absolutely blasted Holly Willoughby years ago and oh, wow.
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5. Holly Willoughby and Noel Edmonds are set to reunite on I'm A Celebrity 2018, two years after their awkward This Morning interview.
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8. Noel Edmonds had some harsh words for Holly Willoughby years ago.
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9. Noel Edmonds is set to join the line up of I'm a Celebrity Get me out of Here! The presenter is currently locked in a legal battle with banking giant HBOS.
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24. On 7 June 2016, Noel Edmonds claimed on Twitter that an Electromagnetic Pulse device costing £2,315 was "A simple box that slows ageing, reduces pain, lifts depression and stress and tackles cancer.
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26. In August 2015, Noel Edmonds gave an interview to the Daily Mirror in which he stated that the greatest problem facing humanity was "electrosmog" due to Wi-Fi and other "systems", causing the destruction of "our natural electro-magnetic fields".
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29. In March 2014, Noel Edmonds declared on Newsnight that he was part of a consortium which planned to buy the BBC, because the corporation is "sleepwalking itself to destruction".
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30. Noel Edmonds was said to be very critical of Lancaster City Council's management of the Morecambe park.
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34. In 1997, Noel Edmonds was involved in an episode of the Chris Morris spoof documentary series Brass Eye, in which he unwittingly pledged his allegiance on camera to a campaign to rid the country of a new killer drug, the entirely fictitious 'cake', which apparently made ten seconds appear as a few hours to a user by stimulating part of the brain called Shatner's Bassoon.
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35. Noel Edmonds took Collins to Heathrow Airport, where Collins boarded Concorde to fly to America to perform at the Philadelphia concert.
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36. Noel Edmonds was involved in the historic Live Aid concerts in 1985, transporting stars to and from the Wembley concert via helicopter and appearing on stage at Wembley to introduce the set by Sting and Phil Collins.
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38. On 21 August 2006 it was announced that Noel Edmonds would be returning to the BBC to host a one-off programme called Everyone's A Winner! celebrating National Lottery "good causes".
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40. On 27 September 2015, Noel Edmonds received an award from the Atlantic Award Group for his extensive contributions to broadcasting.
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41. On 16 March 2007, Noel Edmonds made a cameo appearance as himself in a sketch with Catherine Tate who appeared in the guise of her character Joannie "Nan" Taylor from The Catherine Tate Show.
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43. In March 2006 Noel Edmonds had his contract for presenting Deal or No Deal extended until autumn 2007, for a fee rumoured to be £3 million, making him one of the highest-paid personalities on UK television.
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44. Noel Edmonds made his television comeback, presenting the gameshow Deal or No Deal on Channel 4, from a format that had already proved popular in numerous countries.
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46. Noel Edmonds was one of the original presenters of the BBC's motoring series Top Gear during the late 1970s.
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48. Noel Edmonds hosted Top of the Pops at various points between 1970 and 1978, during which time he presented a phone-in programme for teenagers called Z Shed on BBC1 as well as a programme called Hobby Horse.
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49. In December 2004, Noel Edmonds played a detective on a radio murder mystery play on local station BBC Radio Devon.
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50. In 2003, Noel Edmonds made a brief radio comeback, taking over the 'drivetime' broadcast on BBC Radio 2 for eight weeks while Johnnie Walker was treated for cancer.
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51. Noel Edmonds moved back to Sunday mornings from 10am–1pm in 1978 and presented Talkabout, an hour-long talk show broadcast on Thursday evenings.
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