A trio of famous footballing faces will be a part of 'Spitting Image' when the satirical series returns to BritBox in September.
Comedy stars paid tribute to the Whose Line Is It Anyway? regular.
Donald Trump and Joe Biden's presidential contest will be covered by the satirical puppet show.
The reboot of the 1980s satirical puppet show was launched on 3 October and is now already confirmed for a second run.
The satirical puppet show was watched by 15 million viewers in its heyday.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host said he'd always wanted to be a 'Spitting Image' puppet, but now he's not so sure...
Boris Johnson and his fellow Conservative politicians have featured heavily in promotional images.
The trailer for the satirical puppet show features renditions of celebrities taking bribes to promote the show.
The series was a huge hit in the 80s and 90s.
Famous faces including the Queen and Kim Kardashian will appear in puppet form in the revived series.
The government adviser – who claimed he drove to Barnard Castle during lockdown to test his eyesight – will be sent up in a revival of the hit 80s satirical puppet show.
The satirical show is returning to ridicule a new crop of famous faces as it makes a comeback on BritBox UK.
The series will air this autumn on BritBox, with Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and the royals among the figures being ridiculed in puppet form.