High-energy, hip-hop based comedy panel show presented by Jordan Stephens featuring two teams made up of comedians, musicians and celebrity hip-hop lovers battling it out for the ultimate prize - bragging rights.
Companion show to the popular British reality television series. Catching up with all the gossip from the villa, exclusive clips, a panel of celebrity fans of the show and interviews with the latest dumped islanders.
It seems that nowadays, that TV shows have to have celebrities on it doing stuff. Be it dancing (Strictly), cooking (Masterchef) or being dumped in the jungle to munch on crocodile privates (I'm A Celebrity). This is no exception.
So, here's the point of this show. It's hosted by Iain Stirling (voice of Love Island), so, good start. And the concept itself, is interesting; finding the hidden talents of "celebrities" (I say that, most of them aren't exactly the same calibre as Beyonce or Tom Cruise), which again sounds like an interesting concept; however, it's a good concept with bad execution.
The celebrities have to take part in these mad challenges, hosted by comedian Marek Lorwood, quite possibly one of the most annoying people I have seen on television; he has this bloodcurdling, lispy voice and-pardon me for sounding offensive-dresses up like a Down's Syndrome schoolboy.
The basic point of this; it's just one of a slew of game shows that feature fifth-rate celebrities doing stuff. I don;t think this idea needs to be retired, but here's what an open letter to television would start like: Stop overdosing on Z-listers on TV and think of something original!
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