The Celebrity Circle has revealed its second Blocking of the series.
In a major twist in last night's episode (March 11), presenter Emma Willis announced that the celebrities would be split into two groups, one of which would remain in The Circle, while the other would be placed in the Triangle of Risk.
With newcomer Peter Andre (actually played by Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby) getting to make the decision, it was Loose Women panelists Kaye Adams and Nadia Sawalha (playing as Gemma Collins), Drag Race's Baga Chipz (playing as Kim Woodburn), and Lady Leshurr (playing as Big Narstie) who were all at risk.
However, there was yet another twist in tonight's episode (March 12), as 'Big Narstie' was able to escape the triangle, swapping places with Saffron Barker.
The celebrities were then asked to vote for the profile they wanted to block, and although 'Big Narstie' insisted on voting for Saffron, the majority agreed to give Gemma Collins aka Kaye and Nadia the boot.
Kaye and Nadia ultimately sealed their own fate last night after making a number of costly errors.
The Loose Women panelists were majorly caught out by the other celebrities when they got Amy Childs' name wrong, spelling it 'Amy Chiles'.
Gemma starred alongside Amy on The Only Way Is Essex, so the other celebrities immediately questioned the misspelling.
The pair also made the mistake of referring to Denise Van Outen (playing as herself) as 'Dens', which raised the actress's suspicions. "Dens? She doesn't call me Dens," she said.
Other celebrities featuring on the show include Made in Chelsea's Sam Thompson and TOWIE's Pete Wicks (playing as Countdown's Rachel Riley) and BBC Radio 1 DJs Rickie Haywood-Williams and Melvin Odoom (playing as The Voice UK coach will.i.am).
Sunday's episode (March 14) will pick up with Kaye and Nadia paying a visit to a celebrity of their choosing. And with plenty of catfishes playing the game, including themselves, there are bound to be some shocked faces.
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