The comedians appeared on live TV in exactly the same clothes.
These famous faces were stunned by their family trees.
The family history show returned with some of its most surprising revelations yet.
The 38-year-old comedian has learned he is related to the Tudor monarch through his 13th great-grandmother.
Josh Widdicombe and his TV producer wife Rose Hanson now have two children.
A notably slimmer Jason Manford hosted Parkinson’s Presents Symfunny No2 at London’s The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday night and interspersed the music, comedy and quiz acts with his common-sense but utterly hilarious humour.
Channel 4’s recipe for Great British Bake Off success is still missing a couple of vital ingredients in the form of replacement hosts for Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, who originally fronted the show on BBC One. The broadcaster, who acquired the rights to the show from Love Productions for £75m in September, have reportedly been struggling to secure new presenters after the comedic duo walked away from the series last year.
Josh Widdicombe performing live at London's Eventim Apollo while on his nationwide What Do I Do Now tour.
Yahoo Celebrity got comedian Josh Widdicombe to try three mince pies - budget, average and luxury. But which was his favourite?
Instead they were whisked out to the other side of the world, to Hills’ native Australia. Obviously there has to be some kind of point to this journey, otherwise we’re just watching three blokes lark about in Australia (cough). Meeting some toothless locals in a bar was a highlight as the boys awkwardly made friends with biker gang “The Heretics”- school bullies clad in leather, heavy drinking, and bearded. “Australia’s answer to Roy Chubby Brown” was wheeled out to provide some laughs, as fellow stand-up Josh watched on looking horrified (it’s a far cry from gags about Pret a Manger).