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Later that year Claire became the new face of Marks & Spencer's lingerie which probably did no harm when she was later nominated and named 'Rear Of The Year'. She then accepted a contract to present ITV's 'Challenge Of A Lifetime' programme where she invited members of the public to come face to face with their phobias by completing daredevil stunts. The twist in this programme was Claire had to complete the challenge if the contestant decided they could not do it. This saw her doing some hair raisng feats which endeared her to the public even more.
2002 saw Claire Sweeney replace Denise Van Outen as Roxie Hart in the hit musical Chicago and later in 2006 Claire took on the role of Miss Adelaide alongside Dirty Dancing legend Patrick Swayze in the sell out hit production of Guys & Dolls at London's Piccadilly Theatre. Dancing was another talent that Miss Sweeney was now making herself known for.
In 2005 Claire showed of these dancing talents when she appeared as the hot favourite in the very first series of BBC1s Strictly Come Dancing. She managed to get through most of the heats but was eventually knocked out and the competition was won by BBC newreader Natasha Kaplinsky
Other TV work for Claire included 'Here Comes the Sun', a Saturday night entertainment show which aired on BBC1, Daytime shows 'A Week in the West End' for the BBC and 'Loose Women' for ITV1. Claire also presented '60 Minute Makeover' for ITV1.
With her outstanding singing talent she released a solo album in 2002 'Claire' and a follow up single 'When you Believe'. Claire's album also covered a Queen song 'Too Much Love Will Kill You' in which she worked and featured with Queen guitarist, Brian May.
A workout DVD came out in 2005 'Claire Sweeney - Perfect Fit With Weight Watchers' This DVD quickly became a best seller and still features in the DVD charts.
Liverpool is again seeing a lot more of Claire as she spends more time there. At the end of October this year, she opened two purpose-built flats on the neonatal intensive care unit at Liverpool Women's hospital which are designed for parents who have sick or premature babys at the hospital, to stay close.
What's next? Well, 2007 and 2008 will see Claire Sweeney constantly taking on more exciting work and projects and with her great experience in Corporate Events, she is a popular and proven choice of star name to...
..Host Award Evenings
..Present keynote addresses - putting the all important message across
..Provide excellent musical entertainment for any important occasion using her own Musical Director and Orchestra if required
..Claire is very experienced at using autocue in addition to her natural fluency to read from a script or cue cards
..She has a vast wardrobe of beautiful outfits and can bring changes of costume to suit every occasion
..She is a charming personality, with the endearing ability to relate with people from all walks of life and would be an ideal spokesperson for your company during her engagement.
To book Claire Sweeney, contact Emkay Entertainments Agency via email@example.com. Alternatively, speak to a booking agent directly on 01506 855 555.
Please note; Emkay Entertainments act as a booking agent for any engagements for this artiste. Bookings are processed through our partner agency, Speakout! speaker agency.
Claire Sweeney is a highly talented TV presenter and West End leading lady. She first came to the public's attention when she appeared on television as Lindsay Corkhill in Channel 4s 'Brookside'.
In 2001 Claire agreed to appear on Celebrity Big Brother in order to raise money for Comic Relief which almost overnight, transformed her into a household name. She almost won but was pipped at the post by comedian Jack Dee. However, Claire Sweeney's name was now on everyones lips and TV and sponsorship offers immediately began rolling in.