Peek behind curtains of lovable Gogglebox family's home From The Argus It is their natural, close knit family of six dynamic, the opinions and the raucous laughter, which has attracted millions of fans.
While their lifestyle has not changed, Gogglebox has become a huge part of their life and louis vuitton alma pm youtube each one has appeared on it at one time or another. "People will just shout Gogglebox at us now," Carolyne said. They've had gifts and flowers delivered to the house, Carolyne and Louis' Christmas food shopping outing took hours to complete as they barely made a step forward without being stopped. "People will stop me and say you look just like that woman on Gogglebox. And I say 'That's because I am.' It is so funny," she said. Louis, who was just 16 when he first appeared, said: "I have a tendency to forget I'm on it. I'm pleasantly surprised that people know who I am. "They always want to ask you the same questions is it filmed with a camera in your TV? Do louis vuitton neverfull abricot you get paid? How long does it take? People think it's live. They are disappointed when they find out it's a film crew," Andy said. And yes, they do get paid a minimal fee. A film crew visits twice a week to capture the episodes and the sessions in front of the television can last from just gone 6pm to midnight. At one point filming was lasting until 1am but Andy said this was too much when the girls were still needing to get to work the next day. There are screams of laughter as Louis reveals the most bizarre thing of all louis vuitton purses original a friend of his has to analyse Gogglebox as part of a reality TV module in his university degree with the question: "Explore how the characters presented in Gogglebox can either support or demolish conceptions cast upon set generations." Ironically Katie, who is one of the least featured in the show, was the one to discover the idea. Scouts spoke to her when she was working in Hollister in Brighton in 2012 and were interested when she said "I told them my family are really funny and opinionated and plus they don't do anything." An interview and screen test followed and the family thought nothing more of it. They were surprised to be picked for the show, just as Katie decided to go travelling in Australia. Novices to the show will have missed the moments when Katie and Alex switch for the evening but assume the same seating position but they said it is always spotted by "hardcore" fans. Their eldest son 21 year old Pascal, or Pag, made his debut early on but is now studying in Aberdeen, and Louis, now 19, travels back at the weekends for filming. He said: "The thought of coming home every weekend was a bit of a nightmare but louis vuitton kappe amazon I love it and it's not that hard to do. I just love the thought of us on TV. I'm now known as Gogglebox, I am Gogglebox! "Having lived away from home it gives me another perspective. Living in Chichester is a lot quieter. Brighton is so full of life. I always feel it is so vibrant. The couple moved back to Brighton in 1996 after they met at the Alexandra Hotel in Hove in 1985. They were taking a course to teach English Carolyne as a job prospect and Andy to fill in time and to find a way to meet "intelligent women." Carolyne said: "I wanted to come back to Brighton, I wanted the children to grow up here and have the benefit of being educated here." She is now focused on becoming a nutritionist, particularly to help those who are ill and may even set up a surgery in her house. Life carried on without the show when they were dropped in 2014 after Andy announced plans to stand as a UKIP candidate. Andy, 56, said: "We thought they were kidding at first, I was given a week to make a final decision and we spent some time discussing it. I decided to stand and my family stood behind me in this personal journey but I felt upset that I could be letting them down. We were told if we decided to leave we could never come back." At which point Carolyne, 54, interjects "They genuinely wanted us to stay I think they like the family dynamic. They were really upset and we were devastated." He did not win but was pleased to gain a higher majority of the vote than the party's national average. A few days later they were invited back on the show. "I was absolutely stunned, I thought it was a wind up," he added. The entire family were happy to be back and Carolyne is particularly proud they have been part of the programme's clan of families from the start. They think the secret to the success of the Bafta winning show is that everyone is allowed to be themselves and no one takes anything too seriously. "The production team are very protective of all of us. Nobody realised how big it was going to be.
It's become much more of a feel good programme. People like seeing a family together as it doesn't happen that often anymore," added Carolyne. Now in its seventh series the terms of their involvement are a little stricter nothing in the room can change, everything has to remain in its exact position, they all have a set seating position and they can no longer drift in and out of the shot at leisure.
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