Kelly Brook Has "changed…

Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook


Kenneth died aged 57 in Rochester from lung cancer on 26 November 2007, during Brook’s time on Strictly Come Dancing. She then studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London for three years before becoming a professional model. Brook’s modelling career began at 16 after winning a beauty competition, in which she was entered by her mother. in April of the same year, a poll over 5,000 women for Grazia magazine considered her to have the best British female body. Appearing in this list every year since 1998, she ranked No.34 in 2008, No.67 in 2009 and No.7 in 2010. She has appeared on billboards, in newspapers and on-line as part of their advertising campaign.

Kelly Brook: Miscarriage has changed my life Kelly Brook’s life has “changed dramatically” since she suffered a miscarriage after five months of pregnancy last year. Kelly Brook has "changed… [link]

No Lady Behind Kelly Brook, No One’s Looking At You IF A

Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook


She then studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London for three years before becoming a professional model. She has appeared on billboards, in newspapers, and on-line as part of their advertising campaign. in October 2010, Kelly Brook appeared live in a Clapham picture house to surprise cinemagoers as part of a promotion for Carlsberg and Sky 3D. Brook produces her own line of swimwear with New Look, which she herself has modeled. Brook and Fortuna were put into fourth place, but with the studio audience’s vote they came second to Jill Halfpenny and Darren Bennett. in January 2009, she joined the third series of Britain’s Got Talent as a fourth judge, but was subsequently axed from the programme after less than a week on the panel, the producers having decided that the four-judge format was “too complicated”.

No lady behind Kelly Brook, no one’s looking at you IF a man with a big camera came infront of us when we were walking behind Kelly Brook, we’d be pretty positive he wasn’t after a picture of us. [link]