Soccer Aid is a biennial British charity event. The event is a
football match between two teams of celebrities and former professional
players, representing England and the Rest of the World (RoW).
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Catherine Elizabeth “Cat” Deeley (born 23 October 1976) is an English
television presenter, actress, singer and model based in the UK and the
United States. From 1998 to 2002, she hosted the children's programme
SMTV Live and its spin-off chart show CD:UK. In 2001, she won a BAFTA
Children's Award for hosting SMTV Live. She has also hosted Fame Academy
on the BBC, and the 2004 Brit Awards. Deeley became the presenter of
Stars In Their Eyes from 2003 to 2006, taking over from Matthew Kelly.
Since 2006, Deeley has been the host of So You Think You Can Dance in
the United States, for which she has been nominated five times for a
Primetime Emmy. Since 2003, Deeley has been a patron of London's Great
Ormond Street Hospital for sick children. In December 2009, she was made
a UNICEF UK ambassador. She is married to Northern Irish comedian and
television personality Patrick Kielty.
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Since 2003, Deeley has been a patron of London's Great Ormond Street
Hospital. She is also an active supporter of UNICEF. In 2007, she took
part in a UNICEF benefit show in Los Angeles during which magician David
Copperfield sawed her in half using his antique Buzz Saw illusion. In
2008, she visited a number of UNICEF projects in the Philippines,
including their Soccer Aid 2 project in Manila. In December 2009, she
was made a UNICEF UK ambassador.
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