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All news /  2014-05-31 10:32:24 / 

Alex Jones

Date / 2014-05-31 10:32:24

The presenter of one show Alex Jones has been declared as the horde for new gymnastics reality show Tumble of BBC One. The adjudicators have even been exposed and comprise legend of Olympic gymnastics Nadia Comaneci, 2012 London hero as well as Strictly Come Dancing winner Louis Smith, captain of Team GB gymnastics bowed sports newscaster Craig Heap, and Sebastien Stella cirque artist.

Tumble would mark 10 celebrities mastering and learning skills of the gymnastic across the period of six weeks of live shows on TV. The tests will comprise double trapeze, tumbling, trampolining and acrobatic gymnastics.

Beth Tweddle British Olympian will treat as an adviser for the famous personality.

Jones supposed that she is "delighted" to be presenting the latest show, adding that It is certain to present jaw-dropping stunts as well as a visual sight.

Nobody has declared them yet whether she will be needed to don a master or leotard the poise beams but she is eager to provide it a move. In case this year has trained them something it is that without any challenge is very high or too great.

Comaneci, the Head judge supposed that he understand what it's like to struggle for that great 10! Your heart is throbbing and your palms are perspiring, but at the time you pace out onto that specific floor, or raise the beam or bars, you need to do like your entire life is based on it.

The famous personalities are going to be put all the way through gymnastic, acrobatic and fitness, training regime which is like not anything they will ever have faced, and they cannot wait to check the outcomes.

Charlotte Moore, the BBC One controller promised that the particular show would shove famous personalities to their bodily limits and bring physical exercises to the nights of Saturday such as you have never observed before.