Celebrities are in for a woof ride as they allow their pet pooches to spend the day with a Go-Pro camera on them - capturing everything about the family home
Sometimes a TV show premise sounds so bizarre that you just know it's going to be a huge hit. Gogglebox, a show where you watching people watching TV? Huge hit. The Masked Singer, where celebrity singers hide their identities in elaborate masks? Huge hit. As such, we think that Channel 4's latest series, Celebrity Snoop Dogs, is also going to be massively popular. So what is the show all about? Find out everything you need to know here...
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What is Celebrity Snoop Dogs about?
Using pet pooches and Go-Pro cameras, each episode looked into the lives of our favourite celebrities as their dogs give us a tour of their lavish homes. The synopsis reads: "In an innovative and barking mad new format, cameras go inside the locked-down houses of well-known faces around the country. But there’s no ordinary film crew on this show. The filming is done by the celebrity homeowners’ dogs. Celebrity Snoop Dogs.
"The four-legged friends will turn pup-arazzi on their owners and show us upstairs and downstairs, under the beds and behind the sofas of our favourite celebs – and anywhere else the canines fancy sniffing out."
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When can you watch Celebrity Snoop Dogs?
The new series will air on Channel 4 on Friday at 8.30pm, and viewers can watch on the network's streaming service afterwards. Check out the trailer here in the meantime....
WATCH: Celebrity Snoop Dogs trailer
Which celebrities are taking part in Celebrity Snoop Dogs?
Since part of the mystery is not knowing the identity of the dog's famous owner until the end of the each of the episode, we can't confirm who will be in the four-part series - just yet! Instead, you'll be able to guess the celebrity identity throughout!
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Speaking about the new series, deputy head of features and formats for Channel 4, Sean Doyle, said: "I didn’t want lockdown to stifle creative conversations and Celebrity Snoop Dogs is a perfect example of a reactive and outside of the box commission. We’ve come up a wonderfully ridiculous spin on filming in lockdown that only Channel 4 could get away with. We hope families enjoy playing along whilst getting a healthy dose of doggy mischief and celebrities’ lush properties and home interiors."