Jenny Frost brings back The Best of Snog, Marry, Avoid?

by Lisa McGarry


Snog, Marry, Avoid? fans are in for a real treat as presenter Jenny Frost looks back at the best top ten make unders of the last two series.

Obsessed with fake tans, false nails, hair extensions and revealing outfits, our top ten were all in dire need of a make under and fast!

Count down from 10 to 1 of POD’s toughest challenges and her greatest victories. From the ones that got away to the ones that changed for good and all the tan and tantrums in between!

All time exhibitionist Jay used to hit the nightclubs wearing tiny outfits that didn’t leave much to the imagination. But the now yummy mummy loved her make under so much; she’s kept the look and even bagged herself a fiancée.

Who could forget Scotland’s number one ‘Male Barbie’ who became a smash hit on YouTube? Or series one favourite Tamsin, who wore duct tape around her breasts, instead of a top and party girl Michaela who was obsessed with being naked on a night out?

Subject to the mercy of P.O.D (Personal Overhaul Device) a whole host of celebrities also received a good dressing down. Viewers were shocked when Jodie Marsh’s make under was revealed. The tattoo-loving glamour girl was transformed into a stunning natural beauty. Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle also received a classy new look from the show.

Jenny Frost will strut the red carpet and introduce her and P.O.D’s top 10 make unders of all time. The natural beauty duo will also showcase highlights from some of their favourite moments, including, the most outrageous beauty tips from the streets of the UK, the most shocking tidemark moments of the Deep Cleanse and the moments P.O.D dreads, when the feistiest females fight back.

The special culminates with Jenny and P.O.D announcing their number one favourite make under of all time (so far!)

From elegant new hairstyles and subtle make up to tasteful sophisticated clothes, P.O.D’s amazing computer programme went into overdrive to convert these candidates into the natural beauties they really are.

15th December at 8.00pm on BBC Three.