Celebrity Gogglebox has confirmed the full line-up of stars set to take part in the new series – and they've picked some great celebs. The Channel 4 show has officially confirmed its cast for 2019, with the six-part celebrity special set to air its first episode on Friday June 14. Strictly star Oti Mabuse, Little Mix and Rylan Clark-Neal have all signed on to appear – and we can't wait to see their take on the latest TV shows. Find out who else will appear on the show...
We can't wait to watch Oti
The show's creator, Tania Alexander, revealed the news on Twitter after the current season ended last week, writing: "Oi! Oi! Gogglers. That’s a wrap. Thanks so much for watching. For all ur lovely words & for getting us trending at 1 each week. See you in 2 weeks Fri 9pm for 6 wks of Celeb #Gogglebox & then we will see you back with the cast in Sept. Big love from me & the gogglegang."
Only two weeks to go!
Rylan will appear in all six episodes alongside his mum Linda, while Oti will appear in five episodes with her sisters Motsi and Phemelo. Little Mix meanwhile will only appear in one episode. Other stars joining the show are broadcaster Gyles Brandreth and actress Sheila Hancock, who will both appear in the whole series. BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw will appear in all six episodes alongside his niece Liv. Chris Eubank Sr and his son, Chris Eubank Jr, and Laurence and Emilia Fox have also been confirmed.
Little Mix will appear on the first episode
Meanwhile Denise van Outen and her boyfriend Eddie Boxshall will be settling down for a little bit of telly, and unlikely I'm a Celebrity pals Stanley Johnson and Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo will also be tuning in together. Meanwhile, 2018's princess of the jungle Emily Atack will be watching with Kate Robbins.
Rylan will be hilarious!
This is the first time Celebrity Gogglebox will air a full series. There have been previous celebrity specials for Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer, with the most recent airing last year. Previous celebs to take part include Danny Dyer and daughter Dani, Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher, Jamie Dornan and One Direction's Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson.
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