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Denise Van Outen to host supermarket show for Channel 4

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Denise Van Outen has landed a new show credit:Bang Showbiz
Denise Van Outen has landed a new show credit:Bang Showbiz

Denise Van Outen will delve into supermarket secrets in a new show for Channel 4.

The 48-year-old star is a "bargain spotter" so is excited at the thought of examining the deals offered by the likes of Lidl and Aldi on a wide range of items including hooded blankets, cocktail teapots, and candyfloss makers in 'Secrets of the Middle Aisle'.

She said: "I'm a bit of a bargain spotter myself, so I'm really looking forward to getting to the bottom of how these supermarket offers work and whether they're all they seem."

Channel 4's commissioning editor Deborah Dunnett added: "What I love about the middle aisle is how much joy it brings shoppers so we want to know the secrets behind its success."

Although Denise has recently appeared on the likes of 'Celebrity Gogglebox', 'The Celebrity Circle' and 'Steph's Packed Lunch', this marks the former 'Big Breakfast' presenter's first prime time Channel 4 show since 'Something For The Weekend' in 2000.

And it's been teased that there are other opportunities in the pipeline for her with the channel.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Denise is proving a big hit with viewers.

"Expect to see more things with her in the future."

Denise used to appear on 'Celebrity Gogglebox' with partner Eddie Boxshall but now they have split, she's joined on the sofa for the latest series by Blue singer Duncan James.

And the blonde beauty recently praised her kind and thoughtful friend.

She said: "The big thing is we trust each other. I trust him and we respect each other as friends. 'For me, it's those moments when things are not going so well in your life and there's someone who reaches out to you to make sure you're OK.

"Dunc's always the first, he's got the biggest heart. He's always the person to reach out and go, 'Are you all right? Can I do anything to help?' "

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