When he’s not busy being the lead singer of “A Friend in London” it would appear that Tim Schou likes nothing better than to squeeze into a tiny pair of speedos and get himself all wet. Why else would he be appearing on the Danish equivalent of “Splash!” – “Stjerner På Vippen” (Stars on Seesaws)?

The show is broadly similar to the UK series although there are slight differences. Instead of competing individually, 16 Danish luminaries are divided into eight teams, which then compete over four episodes to become Denmark’s top celebrity diving duo.

Tim Schou plus 1Tim has joined forces with singer Kat Stephie. Kat is also a member of the Eurovision family, having twice competed in the “Dansk Melodi Grand Prix” as a member of Sukkerchok. The couple are hot favourites to win and are through to the semi final, which takes place this weekend. They’re certainly doing a lot better than the UK’s Jade Ewen, who got knocked out in the first round of “Splash!” UK.  But she wasn’t particularly bothered once she got paid.

http://youtu.be/dg6rnGUQdZU

I’m sure y’all will be happy to know that the wardrobe department have supplied Tim with a wide array of swim wear. From the black togs he sports in the above pictures to the multicoloured trunks he wears in the clip, he seems to be spoilt for choice. And regardless of colour and design, they are all very skimpy and tight. But I think you’ll all agree that Tim wears them well (although I bet some of you probably wouldn’t mind it he lost them in the pool)!

UPDATE:
He is busy doing pikes and somersaults, but we’re thrilled that Mr Schou also reads wiwibloggs.com from time to time! Here’s what he tweeted out on August 29:

 

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Photo: TV3 Denmark

Cover Photo: Elke Roels (EBU)

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Jolanda Da Thesta
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Jolanda Da Thesta

Good luck….. xxx

Mike
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Mike

Nice you always talking about England. But I think the idea of diving in a pool is from The Netherlands. Thanks for the credits!

Marion
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Marion

Good luck Time 🙂 <3