Soccer AM staged what was probably the highlight of Wednesday night’s international at Wembley, a penalty competition before the match with Baby Elvis in goal. Using the old Bruce Grobeblaar ...
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Baby Elvis was the guise that Adam Smith first appeared on Soccer AM as, with the former show runner dressing as ‘The King’ for various elements on the programme. Smith went on to portray Frankie Fryer, the Danny Dyer rip off who presented the ‘Away Days’ segment where he would visit football grounds in the UK and abroad and give an overview of the city in true cockney style.
A major event on the Soccer AM calendar is the Dance Off which takes places on one show every January. This features the crew members competing for the trophy and they are given 15 seconds to impress with their routine. Adam won the title in 2006 as Baby Elvis and this year’s event saw Rocket take the crown for the sixth time.
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Soccer Am's Adam (Baby Elvis) Smith. http://www.socceram.com/crew/0,21662,13890,00.html I was pregnant with first son Adam… who is now achieving his own notoriety on TV as Baby Elvis (amongst other...
Soccer Am - Best Bits - 24/Jan/2009 Neil Ruddock told Soccer AM why Baby Elvis is the new Jason McAteer in his eyes. Scroobius Pip told Soccer AM that he was completely starstruck when he met Millwall legend Neil Harris. The Rifles' Joel and Rob revealed they were delighted with West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola.
The most eagerly anticipated Soccer AM Dance Off since ... Baby Elvis, Lisa and Trev, who proved in 2008 that you don't actually have to know how to dance to win this competition!
Soccer AM's Franky Fryer @FrankySoccerAM visited South London's greatest football team Millwall FC in 2012 and was shown on 17/11/12
Soccer AM is a British football-based comedy/talk show, produced by Sky Sports.. First broadcast in 1995, the programme currently airs on Sky Showcase, Sky Sports Premier league and Sky Sports Football at 10.30am on Saturdays during the football season.