Sure, Sunday Brunch can be a bit of a bizarre programme at times, but it's also a nice, wholesome family show – until Celebrity Juice got its hands on it, that is.
Sunday Brunch hosts Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer joined Keith Lemon, Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby on tonight's episode (October 18) of Celebrity Juice, and it wasn't long before they were drawn into playing a game based on their own show.
And by "game", we mean being forced to stand in a mock-up of their kitchen set as Jimmy Carr and Keith Lemon pelted them with various foods that make up a roast dinner as they pretended to present the show.
After being showered in potatoes and gravy – to name just a few – the Sunday Brunch hosts soon found themselves absolutely filthy, and viewers couldn't help but realise that watching the programme on Sundays may never be the same again:
Oh god, I may never be relaxed watching Sunday Brunch again 😲 #CelebJuice- Chloe 💋 (@chloearmstrong1) October 18, 2018
It was hilarious but I’ll never see @SundayBrunchC4 in the same light again 🙈🤣🤣🤣- Gillian McCallum (@tidygirl78) October 18, 2018
Of course, that was the more, er, family-friendly game of the evening, as later in the show the guests all played another game that involved licking things blindfolded and guessing what they were, and it all got a little bit more X-rated.
And, well, maybe don't look at the tweet below if you're at work.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/92hPD1kWvL- Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) October 18, 2018
Still, the hosts themselves seemed to have a great time, with Simon Rimmer later tweeting after the show: "Seems like you all enjoyed @CelebJuice with @timlovejoy and me tonight. It was sooooo much fun. Don't tell my mum."
Fortunately for Simon, he has a bit of time to live this down as he'll be skipping Sunday Brunch this weekend while Made in Chelsea's Jaime Laing steps in to host alongside Tim instead.
Celebrity Juice continues with its Halloween episode next Thursday (October 25) at 10pm, while Sunday Brunch continues on Channel 4 on Sundays at 9.30am.
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