Steph Walsh "They ask you both a bit about yourself in front of a camera, and some questions about how you know each other.
Pointless contestant says she gave up work to be a full-time raver.
BBC, nailed IT: Steph stormed through the auditions.The novelty hit, which was recorded by Chegwin and his Swap Shop co-hosts under the name Brown Sauce, reached number 15 in the charts.Catch Pointless weekdays from 5:15pm on BBC One.The larger-than-life character, described by his family as "a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend leaves his wife Maria and two children.Ricky Gervais, who created the series Extras which Chegwin starred in, described him as a "national treasure".If you're successful in your audition round then the next stage is filming.Bobby Davro said Chegwin was "one of the nicest guys" in showbiz.The best moments on The Chase.And Tony Blackburn said he was "devastated" at the loss of his friend.His last tweet was posted on 28 September.Media caption"Cheggers" was a fixture on 1970s and 80s children's.BBC, finalist: Steph got to the last round of Pointless.
He went on to appear in reality TV shows including Celebrity Big Brother.
Media captionKeith Chegwin "never presentkort träning without a smile" - John Craven.
He added: "We were great friends for many years, but we lost touch a bit and his death came as a huge shock for.".'Saturday morning hero breakfast presenter Lorraine Kelly said he was "a kind, funny, brave man".Applications for the current series of Pointless are currently closed.Although Steph claimed that the actual recording was fast, contestants had to spend a lot of time waiting around.'Childhood memories chegwin was previously married to fellow TV presenter Maggie Philbin, whom he had met on Swap Shop.John Craven, who worked with Chegwin on Swap Shop told BBC News that his colleague "never lost his cool.The king of outside broadcast.".Chegwin also had a hit single with I Wanna Be A Winner in 1981.He died at home on Monday with his family by his side, who said they were "heartbroken".The music student continued: "Then they let you go and you don't find out for a while.".