There is something about this video that made it go viral, and it’s really hard to put a finger on it!
She sent pulses racing in 2004’s infamous music video for Call On Me – and now, Deanne Berry is set to spice up breakfast time too. The voluptuous blonde, from Sydney, will join resident exercise expert Mr Motivator to launch the morning show’s summer bikini diet in the middle of June. “I love waking up to GMTV every morning and I’m absolutely thrilled to be a part of the team. ”
Racy: Deanne Berry, who starred in 2004’s Call On Me video, is soon to join GMTV.
Near-pornographic? The racy video attracted criticism from parents’ groups, pressure groups, and politicians. I’m very excited about working with Mr Motivator and I can’t wait to bring some healthy sunshine to Britain,’ Deanne told the Sun. The ex-cheerleader first shot to fame in Swedish DJ Erik Prydz’s Call on Me – a racy video that saw her lead a 1980s aerobics class of skimpily clad women. Deanne choreographed the sexually suggestive moves – and the video achieved such notoriety, that even then-PM Tony Blair commented on it.
Furore: Deanne Berry (centre) in the video for Call On Me. ‘[It] nearly made me fall off my rowing machine,’ he said. It was slammed, however, by some parents, politicians and pressure groups, who branded it near-pornographic. Deanne has also appeared as choreographer and lead in several work out videos from the Ministry of Sound’s Pump It Up series, and has choreographed fitness DVDs for Claire Richards and Coleen Nolan.