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Cat Deeley re-creates iconic 'breakfast' shot

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Cat Deeley is star of the show in a new campaign for Samsung.

The British TV presenter channels old school glamour in a re-creation of Terry O’Neil’s iconic "breakfast" shot of actress Faye Dunaway - over thirty years after it was taken.

Working with Cat Deeley, Samsung updated the classic shot in celebration of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Terry O’Neil’s 73rd birthday.

Cat, 34, who is currently based in LA, said, “I love this photo so the chance to work with Samsung to re-create it was really exciting.

"The new Samsung Galaxy Tab is the perfect accessory for me as I spend a lot of time travelling so need something lightweight and portable," the former model added. "It means I can watch movies, read books, browse websites for some online shopping and stay in touch with email while I’m between London and LA."

Peruse a behind-the-scenes photo from the shoot, below. Other photos from the shoot can be viewed at www.youtube.com/samsunguk.

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