Skoda Fabia Becomes Official Car of 'Entertainment Tonight'

Skoda Fabia BlueLine
Skoda Fabia BlueLine

The Skoda Fabia is reaching for the stars this winter as it brings viewers of ITV's 'Entertainment Tonight' a weekly fix of celebrity gossip and entertainment news.

Since becoming the programme's official car, the white-roofed Skoda Fabia has been a faithful companion of ITV's entertainment correspondent Lucy Kite as she scours the region in search of latest showbiz gossip.

Over the past few weeks, the Skoda Fabia supermini has been busy bringing TV audiences across the Midlands live celebrity interviews with stars such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Keira Knightley, Shayne Ward, Noel Gallagher, Jamelia, Katie Melua, Donny Osmond and many more.

Marcus Bennett, from ITV in the Central Region, commented on the programme's car choice: "We wanted a funky car as 'Entertainment Tonight' has the latest celebrity interviews together with all of the gossip and what's going on around the region. The cute Fabia with the white roof was the perfect car for the job."

ITV's little helper has recently been spotted in glamorous locations across the Midlands, from popular celebrity hangouts and leafy neighbourhoods to television and recording studios.

A white roofed blue Skoda Fabia is available from just £9,990 OTR. The special edition Skoda Fabia BlueLine was created for fashion conscious drivers who want a great looking car with a small price tag.


Published : 21/11/08 Author : Staff

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