Rylan Clark-Neal may be head honcho when it comes to Supermarket Sweep and its celebrity equivalent, but that didn't stop EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa from correcting the host during filming.
When the reality show returns this weekend, the former I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here winner will be seen teaming up with Gogglebox favourite Scarlett Moffatt as they try and win some dosh for their chosen charities, the Lullaby Trust and Samaritans.
Ahead of their episode, ITV has released a clip that has Rylan introduce the twosome. In it, he jokes that the women are going to 'smash it', before joking that if they really do smash something in his make-believe shop, he'll fine them.
"Oh, we know that. We've got it covered," Jossa replies. "We're all good."
"They know the rules. They're not stupid, they've been in the jungle," Clark-Neal adds, before Jossa snaps back: "We won the jungle."
Other famous faces set to compete against Moffatt and Jossa include former footballers John Barnes and David Seaman and Birds of a Feather actors Lesley Joseph and Linda Robson.
"I cannot wait for people to see the Supermarket Sweep celebrity specials – I had such a blast filming them," Clark-Neal said in a prepared statement.
"You can expect some bizarre and hilarious moments as well as some incredibly tense ones – what more do you expect when you get a load of celebs to don those jumpers and go wild in the aisles all in the name of charity?
"As I've said before, we have such a great line-up – footballers, actors, dancers, Jungle queens – the lot, each bringing their own unique skills to the game," he continued.
"We also had a few family affairs, including our very own Gavin and Stacey reunion with Melanie Walters (Gwen) and Joanna Page (Stacey), which was amazing! It's perfect family fun and I hope viewers enjoy it."
Celebrity Supermarket Sweep premieres this Saturday (November 7) and will continue weekly at 5:15pm on ITV.
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