In summer it was confirmed that a second series of Bodyshockers had been commissioned by Channel 4 – the new episodes entered production in autumn for a scheduled transmission early in Jack from Bristol , who plans a giant tattoo depicting himself performing a sexual act, meets Mark from Essex , who wants a ‘for the laydeez’ tattoo, a relic of his clubbing days, removed now he’s settled down. Jade talks about the ‘blackwork’ tattoos she’s being given by her husband, expert tattooist Glen. Katie meets Dean from Sussex, who wants a large-scale tattoo of a tiger and a dragon across his upper body, based on the design of a T-shirt he bought whilst on holiday in Thailand ; and Cher from Glasgow, who wants a skull-and-crossbones tattoo removed from her stomach area; will viewing Cher’s laser removal at close quarters prompt Dean to think twice? Nips, Tucks and Tattoos is a Channel 4 documentary series fronted by Andover -born presenter, author, philanthropist and acid attack survivor Katie Piper. It was initially anticipated that Undo Me would broadcast in late as a series of six programmes. Joe, who plans to cover up a four-letter tattoo on his knees which is holding back his career in the holiday industry, meets London childminder Sara, who wants leg tattoos with a dark and bloodied design.
Bodyshockers thus becomes the first of Piper’s programmes to be reordered by C4 for a second run. One of these was a live fashion series helmed by Gok Wan ; this show, Gok Live: Joe, who plans to cover up a four-letter tattoo on his knees which is holding back his career in the holiday industry, meets London childminder Sara, who wants leg tattoos with a dark and bloodied design. Jack from Bristol , who plans a giant tattoo depicting himself performing a sexual act, meets Mark from Essex , who wants a ‘for the laydeez’ tattoo, a relic of his clubbing days, removed now he’s settled down. Two animal lovers feature: Retrieved from ” https: In summer it was confirmed that a second series of Bodyshockers had been commissioned by Channel 4 – the new episodes entered production in autumn for a scheduled transmission early in Seven episodes aired weekly on Wednesday nights in January and February , with an eighth held back to follow at a later date, eventually turning up as a standalone broadcast in June, several weeks after Piper’s new format Never Seen a Doctor had completed its initial three-part run.
A third series, slated to contain eight episodes, was produced in for transmission from the seazon of A look at body piercing. Rakin meets with Lissani, who wants the large and colourful tattoo on her chest – an act of youthful rebellion against her strict upbringing – removed now she’s a wife and mother.
This series introduces a new titlecard, though as for series 2 individual episode titles are not used onscreen – the titles given here are again those given on the C4 web guide. The individual episode titles listed for this series are those as given on the Channel 4 website – on-screen, all episodes were subtitled Nips, Tucks and Tattoos. Katie meets Lee, who lost his job when a drunken night with friends led to a teardrop tattoo on his face; Lee talks to Charlie, a seaskn planning a facial tattoo.
Bodyshockkers thus becomes the first of Piper’s programmes to be reordered by C4 for a second run. We meet Leon, who has an elephant face tattooed above his genital area; Katie undergoes her own laser tattoo removal in a bid to show him how it works. Jodie and Emily meet to discuss the potential pitfalls of ear modification. Andrea meets with lingerie fitter Emma, who plans to enlarge her A-cup bust by six cup sizes.
In the spring of it was announced that Katie Piper bodyshockrs be involved in seasoj new projects for Channel 4, to be produced by Endemol -owned production outfit Remarkable Television.
Another Bristolian, senior citizen Ted, has undergone modification to look like his beloved parrotsand seadon on a blind date with the birds in tow.
Filmed partly in Magaluf. The other project announced around the same time was a Piper-fronted documentary project, then going by the working title Undo Mewhich was to look at cosmetic and surgical procedures, and give advice to those looking to restore a more natural look having previously undergone treatments they now bodyshokcers.
Two animal lovers feature: Stacey, bodyshockrs mother of young children, has 65 tattoos removed; Ernesto, who attempted DIY surgery on his stretched earlobes, has them closed professionally; and there are two hair treatments: Dog -loving restaurant manager Lolly has paw prints on her buttock in honour of Missy, her first pet, but now wants the piece, disliked by her loved ones, removed.
Elsewhere, Katie meets Sarah from Leicesterwho had eyebrows permanently tattooed on but now wants the unnatural-looking brows removed, and Jordan, a young bodyehockers who undergoes cosmetic surgery monthly – first having Botox at age 17 – in his quest to emulate the look of his idol, Kim Kardashian.
And Poppy from Brighton undergoes surgery on a stretched earlobe left dangling after being ripped on a clothes hanger. One of these was a live fashion series helmed by Gok Wan ; this show, Gok Live: Katie meets people who regret their tattoos, including Grant, who had an offensive tattoo on his eyelid after a bar bet with his brother; Dominic, who had his partner’s name tattooed on his neck shortly before their breakup; and Merlissa, who had a large tattoo across her chest; all three seek the removal of their body art.
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Tyne had eyebrows tattooed on after over-plucking in her youth left her brow bare – but the tattoos were too high on her face, leaving a ‘double brow’ effect when her real eyebrows grew back. Katie also meets Jenya from Russia who has stretched his ears, nose and lips, and wears a lip plate seasson and comic-book artist Louie, who undergoes human branding to burn his artwork signature into his arm.
Hannah meets with Savannah, who is planning a bust enlargement, and Savannah witnesses Hannah’s reduction operation. After years of wearing heavy earringsAmy has been left with earlobes resembling Monster Munch and needs them saeson back together; tattooist Cammy discusses his own art and inking his extended family; and Rachel undergoes a ‘lunch break facelift’ procedure.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Katie meets Rakin, who wants his first tattoo to be a statement piece covering his entire back as far as his buttocks.
In summer it was confirmed that a second series of Bodyshockers had been commissioned by Channel 4 – the new episodes entered production in autumn for a scheduled transmission early in Andy of Glasgow looks to cover a nine-year-old ‘ Fuck Life’ tattoo across his stomach with a new dragon design, now that he has young children. Views Read Edit View history.
Dental nurse Jodie looks to get her tattoo of a geisha-style face removed from her hip, but struggles with the pain of the laser. This second series has seen the demise of on-air episode titles, as the show has acquired the sub-title “Nips, Tucks and Tattoos” for all transmitted episodes, but individual episode titles continue to be listed on the Channel 4 website.
Episodes were transmitted weekly on Thursday nights from 30 January Barman Lewis had a Henry vacuum cleaner tattoo on his groin at 16, but it now puts off sexual partners, so he plans its removal, but struggles to cope with the laser. The program is the first of Katie Piper’s Channel 4 projects to be reordered beyond its initial run. We are also introduced to Antoinette, whose prior use of tight weaves has left her hair patchy, leading her to undergo a hair transplant operation, Scott, who has a three-dimensional subdermal seasln, and Emma, a pantomime fan looking to remove a tattoo bldyshockers Lucy Benjamin.
Nips, Tucks and Tattoos for Channel 4″. And Londoner Mari undergoes a hair transplant in order to repair damage caused by the wearing of hair extensionssimilar to that suffered by Naomi Campbell. Katie also meets Flame, who is unhappy with her figure and looking to get implants; Nicola and Flame discuss the potential pitfalls of bust surgery.
Midwife Fenella, who’s been getting tattooed and pierced for 25 years, gets a dermal punch through her upper ear, and reformed former wild child Emily from London, now a clean-living yoga instructor, undergoes laser treatment to remove a “Dirty and Reckless” stomach tattoo she got at Katie meets Surrey graduate Emily, who developed keloid scarring on her upper ear following a scaffold piercing at the age of 17, and also talks to Rolf, who holds the world record as the most modified man, with over tattoos and piercings, including magnetic implants in his fingertipsand who was once refused entry to Dubai due to his ‘horn’ subdermals.
Lips also feature prominently, with Dean, who wants to reverse a past lip-filler technique, and Charlie, who undergoes an invasive new form of pout-boosting surgery.
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Katie meets Nicola, who now regrets the breast enlargement surgery she previously underwent, and is seeking srason reduction. Also, Sarah wants her stretched earlobes sewn up; and Adam gets tattooed-on hair.
In Februarypart-way through the broadcast run of series two, it was confirmed that a third series of Bodyshockers had been ordered by Channel 4.
Joe, who plans to cover up a four-letter tattoo on his knees which is holding back his career in the holiday industry, meets London childminder Sara, who wants leg tattoos with a dark and bloodied design.
We also meet Lee, whose subdermal implant was bought with a gift voucher from his partner Steph, and Bexhill lifeguard Sam, who wants to cover a hip area tattoo of a former partner’s name with a Cheryl Fernandez-Versini -inspired rose design.
Jade bocyshockers about the ‘blackwork’ tattoos she’s being given by her husband, expert tattooist Glen. Bodyshockers Also known as Bodyshockers: