Olivia Attwood, Kevin Clifton, Christine McGuinness and Max George will take part in ITV's The Games

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Olivia Attwood has been named as a competitor on new ITV series The Games credit:Bang Showbiz
Olivia Attwood has been named as a competitor on new ITV series The Games credit:Bang Showbiz

Olivia Attwood, Kevin Clifton, Christine McGuinness and Max George are among the stars who will be taking part on ‘The Games’.

The new ITV sports reality show will see 12 celebs compete in an activity extravaganza hosted by 'This Morning' presenter Holly Willoughby and former England cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff.

They will be joined by influencer and model Phoenix Brown, songstress Chelcee Grimes, ‘Harry Potter’ star Josh Herdman, ‘Coronation Street’ actor Colson Smith, ITV News journalist Lucrezia Millarini, former ‘Love Island’ contestant Wes Nelson, ‘Emmerdale’ actress Rebecca Sarker and former ‘Corrie’ heartthrob Ryan Thomas.

The show - which is being produced by Banijay UK’s Initial by ITV’s Commissioning Editor Nicola Lloyd and Sue Murphy, the Head of Factual Entertainment - will see the stars get coached, trained and then compete for medals this Spring.

Along with Holly and Freddie, 'The Games' will feature BBC sports pundit Alex Scott and Chris Kamara as the all-star commentator.

The boys and the girls will compete in athletics, swimming and gymnasium and velodrome in events such as the 100-meter sprint to diving to earn medals.

As well as live broadcast of the events, each episode will showcase their training as the stars learn from the country’s best coaches to reach their top physical condition.

As the celebs rack up points on the leaderboard each night, the series will end in an exciting finale where one man and one woman will be made champion of the ‘The Games’.

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