In her funny, poignant and absorbing memoir, 'Mad Lizzie' Webb charts her phenomenal rise from a drama and dance teacher to being crowned the beloved fitness queen of breakfast television. Throughout the late eighties and nineties, Lizzie Webb inspired the nation to get up and move as TV-am's fitness guru. The music featured in her routines shot to the top of the charts, resulting in hits for the likes of Take That, Sonia and George Harrison. She also collaborated with Simon Cowell for several years. Meanwhile, outside her television work Lizzie has been committed to working with young people, creating life-changing opportunities with exercise, dance and drama that have helped transform the lives of vulnerable children, juvenile offenders and former prisoners. Filled with heartfelt stories of the wonderful people she has helped along the way, as well as fond reminiscences and hilarious stories from her time on breakfast TV, Mad About the Boys reveals the fascinating two sides to Lizzie's extraordinary and inspiring life.