Johnny Ball and Martin Kemps wife among famous relatives for Celeb Gogglebox06/07/2022
Johnny Ball is set to join his TV star daughter Zoe on Celebrity Gogglebox this season.
The much-loved Channel 4 show is back this week and will be a real family affair, with plenty of famous relatives sharing their thoughts on the latest TV offerings.
Former Strictly: It Takes Two presenter Zoe will be returning to the couch along with Woody, her son with Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim.
And Johnny, 84 – who found fame on children's favourite Play School and maths shows like Think Of A Number – will be settling down on the sofa with them for the first time.
Meanwhile, Steph's Packed Lunch beauty Denise Van Outen will be joined by her pal Duncan James.
The blonde previously appeared on the programme with her ex Eddie Boxshall.
But now that they have gone their separate ways, his seat beside her is being taken by the Blue star.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain earlier this month, Duncan said he couldn't wait to get shooting with Denise, who he has been good friends with for many years.
"We actually start filming next week so yeah it's really exciting," said the pop star, who previously shared the screen with Denise on The Circle.
Other famous faces set to serve up their critiques this season include Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp and his son Roman, who is known for his stint in the jungle on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! as well as his work on television and on the radio.
The Kemps aren't new to the Gogglebox sofa.
But things will be a bit different this time because Martin's pop star wife Shirlie – Roman's mum – will be with them.
Other stars taking some time out to be armchair critics for the upcoming series include Scott Mills and Sam Ryder, Joanna Lumley and Gyles Brandreth, Man Like Mobeen’s Guz Khan and comedian Jamali Maddix.
Celebrity Gogglebox returns to our screens at 9pm on Friday on Channel 4.
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