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In December 2011, Piper took part in her second Alternative Christmas Message for Channel 4; in one of two messages broadcast that year, Piper was joined by participants from Seven Dwarves, Beauty and the Beast: Ugly Face of Prejudice and My Transsexual Summer for a message with the theme "Just Be Yourself" (the other message featured senior staff from the school featured in Educating Essex.) On 8 January 2010, the ABC (US)'s news-magazine television series 20/20 featured Katie Piper as its primary subject.The programme consisted of a new interview with Piper, conducted by Elizabeth Vargas, and footage of Piper at home, including material which had appeared in "Katie: My Beautiful Face".The documentary has been made available for global sale by Mentorn International and has been picked up for broadcast in a number of territories.The Message was produced by Mentorn Media, the firm which also produced "Katie: My Beautiful Face"."Undo Me" was, like Gok Live, to be produced by Endemol UK arm Remarkable Television, and was initially slated for broadcast in late 2013, though transmission was subsequently delayed into 2014.Undo Me eventually began to air weekly from 30 January 2014, by which time the proposed six-episode series had shrunk to four parts and acquired the name Bodyshockers, with each episode having a sub-title linked to the episode's main theme.
On 31 March 2008, two days after the initial attack, Lynch persuaded Piper to go to an internet cafe to read an email he had sent to her Facebook account.The series features Piper meeting people who have been disfigured, disabled or physically altered as a result of illness, injury, assault, accident or surgery. Items of supporting information and relevant associated content relating to the programme were placed on the Channel 4 website in tandem with the programme's broadcast.On 7 February 2012, Channel 4 broadcast a new one-off film featuring Piper as she prepared to undergo stem-cell surgery in a bid to restore sight in her damaged left eye.Kate Elizabeth Piper (born 12 October 1983) is an English philanthropist, television presenter and model from Andover, Hampshire.
In March 2008, she was attacked with acid by her ex-boyfriend and an accomplice, causing major damage to her face and blindness in one eye.
It was through her work as a ring-girl that Piper became known within the MMA (mixed martial arts) community.