Channel 4 have confirmed Liam Gallagher will appear in a Celebrity Gogglebox special alongside his mum and son. The 45-year-old singer will feature on an upcoming Stand Up To Cancer special edition of the show with his mother Peggy and 16-year-old lad Gene as part of a star-studded line-up which also features Ed Sheeran, and Jessica Hynes. Liam Gallagher has been confirmed as one of the famous faces on this week’s Celebrity Gogglebox.
The Labour leader will wax lyrical about TV shows with a mystery celebrity for a charity version of the Channel 4 show.
Think of all the idle threats you’ve made when watching Good Morning Britain and Piers Morgan shows up! Thankfully, our tasteless jokes aren’t filmed and transmitted to an audience of thousands every week. Unlike the Gogglebox cast, some of whom have landed in hot water this weekend after Channel 4 broadcast a pretty insensitive joke.
The sky’s the limit for Scarlett Moffatt, who has just signed up to host two new shows on Channel 4. As well as joining forces with comedian Alan Carr for a brand new entertainment show, the young starlet is said to be gearing up to host the reboot of 90s dating show Streetmate – a role made famous by Queen of TV Davina McCall. Speaking about her upcoming gigs, the 26-year-old said: “I can’t believe Channel 4 have asked me to present this iconic dating show.
Scarlett Moffatt has conquered the hearts of a nation simply by being herself and has admitted the support of the public has helped her confidence to sky rocket over the past 12 months. Scarlett Moffatt unveils Red Nose Day Billboard at Kings Cross Station on Wednesday, May 8. The ‘Gogglebox’ star and her parents are no longer a part of the Channel 4 programme that made them famous but she has seen her career take off to new heights since winning ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ in November, with stints on ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ and news she’ll host her own primetime show later this year.
The former Gogglebox star has netted a cool £1 million and to be perfectly honest, we can’t think of a celeb out there who’s more deserving of it. Since she left the jungle, she landed gigs co-hosting the National Television Awards as well as Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway – not to mention hosting the new series of Streetmate later this year (which we can’t friggin’ wait for, we’re not going to lie). “Scarlett’s personality really shone in the jungle, so now she’s one of the most sought-after names in TV at the moment.
Scarlett Moffatt recently said she had batted TV jobs away because she didn’t want people to “get sick of” her, but it seems the ‘Gogglebox’ star was, in fact, waiting for the right project to come along. The 26-year-old TV favourite has been in huge demand ever since she was crowned Queen of the Jungle on ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ last year and was swiftly nabbed to help out Ant & Dec present ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’. A source told The Sun: “Scarlett is now in huge demand from the TV industry.
Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt has revealed what happened when she recently came face-to-face with a former bully, whose cruel taunts made her life hell during her early teens. After winning I’m A Celebrity last year, Scarlett opened up about her challenging childhood experience, revealing how she repeatedly tried to dodge a pack of school bullies who abused her over her appearance. Recalling the meeting to You magazine, Scarlett explained: “She came up to me all smiling and friendly and told me her two little girls thought she was the coolest mum because we’d been friends at school.
‘Gogglebox’ star Scarlett Moffatt won fans during her impressive stint on ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here’ and they’ll be delighted to hear she’ll be back on primetime television very soon. The 26-year-old jungle queen has just signed a “dream deal” to co-host ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ alongside Ant and Dec. An excited Scarlett told The Sun newspaper: “I’ve watched ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ with my family for as long as I can remember I’m such a huge fan, so to be a part of one of the biggest entertainment shows out there, with two of my all time TV heroes Ant and Dec, is an absolute dream.
On Friday night, Gogglebox fans were sent into a frenzy after our favourite takeaway-scoffing Brixton babe, Sandra, finally returned to our screens but without her trusty sidekick, Sandi. Instead, Sandra was joined by her daughter, Chanchez, leaving the majority of viewers seriously confused. Now show bosses have confirmed that Chanchez will permanently be replacing Sandi on Sandra’s famous Gogglebox sofa, with Sandi opting to leave the Channel 4 programme in order to pursue other opportunities.
Scarlett Moffatt’s quest for world domination is showing no signs of slowing a couple of weeks on from her I’m A Celebrity win. The much-lived Geordie star is apparently now a shoo-in to replace Mel and Sue on Channel 4’s new look Great British Bake Off when it returns to our screens sometime in 2018. “Scarlett is now a serious contender – she opened a lot of eyes to her potential on I’m a Celebrity,” an insider has told The Mail on Sunday.
When it was announced that Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt would be heading into the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle, it was widely reported that her Channel 4 castmates were fuming. Sources suggested that there was “unrest” among the cast, with many feeling as though Scarlett was getting special treatment in a bid to launch herself as a fully fledged celebrity. The fact that the Scarlett on I’m A Celeb never featured in the last three weeks of Gogglebox episodes also didn’t go unnoticed by viewers, with fans questioning why producers weren’t showing the families reacting to “one of their own” doing the Bushtucker Trials.
With Scarlett Moffatt’s fame going stellar as a result of her I’m A Celebrity appearance, it was only a matter of time before a disgruntled ex-boyfriend crawled out of the woodwork, wasn’t it? Personal trainer Richard Cull is the man in question.
Some hacked-off fans reckon Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt is being given waaaay more airtime than the other celebrities – and it’s all because the powers that be have already decided that she needs to win. Irate viewers insist that 25-year-old Scarlett has constantly been shown favouritism and handed an unfair amount of time in the jungle’s Bush Telegraph. In fact, even some wives and relatives of other contestants on the show reckon their loved-ones have got no chance of winning against the might of Moffatt.
If you’re wondering why there’s a Steph and Dom-shaped hole in the latest series of Gogglebox, there’s a very good reason. Steph and Dom / Wenn The couple have announced they’ve quit the hit Channel 4 show – and it’s all because they want to give everybody else a chance to have their say. How very generous. “We think it’s important that everyone gets their chance to be on Gogglebox and give their opinion,” they told The Sun.