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She has been in eight celebrity relationships averaging approximately 2.9 years each. Given Name: Kelly Ann Parsons Age: 36 (11/23/1979)Occupation: Entertainment - Actress Most Famous For: Survival Island, film "I don't know what makes [the relationship] work. One thing that makes it not not work is that we're both pretty nice.

[Ben] is not someone who's ever going to blow up on anyone.

Her figure eventually caught the eye of the editorial team of the Daily Star tabloid, which began featuring her as a Page Three girl.Brook's picture soon began appearing in other lads' mags such as GQ, Loaded and FHM.In April of the same year, a poll over 5,000 women for Grazia magazine considered her to have the best British female body.She also topped the 'FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World' list in 2005, which was said to have polled 15 million people.Appearing in this list every year since 1998, she ranked No.34 in 2008, No.67 in 2009 and No.7 in 2010.

Brook had a breakthrough into mainstream presenting in January 1999, when she was chosen to replace Denise van Outen as the female half of The Big Breakfast hosting team, alongside Johnny Vaughan. In 2005, she hosted the reality television programme Celebrity Love Island for ITV.

In 2007, Brook participated in the celebrity dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing on BBC1, with dance partner was Brendan Cole.

During the TV series, her father Kenneth Parsons died from cancer, She also competed in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2008, dancing the Jive with Brian Fortuna, Brendan Cole having to compete with his later partner Lisa Snowdon.

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 2008, Brook took Jennifer Ellison's place as one of the three judges on the second series of the reality TV programme Dirty Dancing: The Time of Your Life, broadcast between September and November 2008.

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 the four-judge format was "too complicated".