Kelly Beckett

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Kelly Beckett
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Kelly Beckett February 2010
Occupation Host, Musician, Actress, Model

Kelly Beckett is an English professional host, actress, musician and model. She is best known as a member of the musical group Paradiso Girls and more recently as a TV host on Style Network, G4 and ENTV - the newest Hollywood Entertainment channel where she is known as "Fuzzy" and covers everything from the Grammys to the Oscars.

Early life[edit]

Beckett was born in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, of Barbadian heritage. She received a musical theatre diploma from Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama and trained at the Actor’s Temple in London.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Kelly was signed straight out of college by Simon Fuller and 19 Management to host a kids' TV show S Club TV.[3] In 2007, Beckett joined the musical group Paradiso Girls, after auditioning in London. The Los Angeles-based girl group was signed to will.i.am Music Group/Interscope Records. The Paradiso Girls released their debut single "Patron Tequila", featuring Lil Jon and Eve in April 2009, which reached number 3 on the Billboard's Hot Dance Club chart.[4] The girls were also featured in a remix of the will.i.am song "I Got It from My Mama".

Beckett currently hosts live[5]Attack of the Show! and pre-recorded[6] TV shows for the G4 Network owned by NBC Universal. She is the new face and host of all fashion and entertainment news at ENTV covering everything from The Golden Globes[7] to The Grammys[8] and The Oscars. She is also a regular fashion host on the Style Network.

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