Celebrity Juice title card (2017–2020)
|Created by||Leigh Francis|
|Presented by||Leigh Francis|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||24|
|No. of episodes||272 (as of 22 October 2020) (list of episodes)|
|Production location(s)||Riverside Studios (2008–2014)|
Elstree Studios (2014–)
Television Centre, London (2019)
|Running time||30–60 minutes (inc. adverts)|
|Production company(s)||Talkback (2012–)|
Talkback Thames (2008–2011)
|Picture format||16:9: 576i (2008–2010)|
16:9: 1080i (2010–)
|Original release||24 September 2008 –|
Celebrity Juice is a British television comedy panel game on ITV2, broadcast since 24 September 2008. The show is written and presented by Keith Lemon (alter-ego of comedian Leigh Francis), and its team captains Laura Whitmore and Emily Atack. The format for the series was first suggested in 2007, after the final series of Leigh Francis' Channel 4 sketch show Bo' Selecta!. ITV approached Francis to create a show featuring popular alter-ego Keith Lemon, and after the success of the five-part series Keith Lemon's Very Brilliant World Tour, the channel commissioned Celebrity Juice.
The original premise of the show was to see which team knows most about the week's tabloid news stories, although later series focus more on the comedy factor of the participating celebrity guests and games involving them, rather than discussing the week's news.
Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby were the show's original team captains. In December 2018, Cotton announced that she would leave the series after ten years in order to pursue other projects. She was replaced by Paddy McGuinness. McGuinness left after one series and was replaced by Mel B. On 4 May 2020, it was announced that Willoughby had decided to quit the series after 12 years on the show. She made her final appearance as team captain at the end of the 23rd series. Mel B also departed at the end of series 23. On 10 September 2020, it was announced that Laura Whitmore and Emily Atack had joined the show as team captains.
Celebrity Juice was filmed at the Riverside Studios from 2008 until 2014. In August 2014 it was announced that the show, along with the BBC's Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Sweat the Small Stuff, would be hosted at Elstree Studios Stage 9 whilst redevelopment takes place at their former home. For its first seven series, the show was produced by Talkback Thames, and it has been produced by Talkback since series eight (Same production company, only re-branded). The show is produced by Dan Baldwin and Leon Wilson.
|Series||Episodes||Originally aired||Team captains|
|Series premiere||Series finale|
|1||8||24 September 2008||12 November 2008||Fearne Cotton||Holly Willoughby|
|2||10||25 February 2009||29 April 2009|
|3||10||18 March 2010||20 May 2010|
|4||14||9 September 2010||30 December 2010|
|5||16||10 February 2011||26 May 2011|
|6||13||1 September 2011||29 December 2011|
|7||13||9 February 2012||3 May 2012|
|8||15||30 August 2012||21 December 2012|
|9||13||28 February 2013||23 May 2013||Kelly Brook|
|10||15||29 August 2013||26 December 2013||Fearne Cotton|
|11||12||20 February 2014||22 May 2014|
|12||13||11 September 2014||30 December 2014||Gino D'Acampo|
|13||10||19 March 2015||21 May 2015||Holly Willoughby|
|14||14||10 September 2015||30 December 2015||Gino D'Acampo|
|15||10||17 March 2016||19 May 2016||Fearne Cotton|
|16||14||8 September 2016||29 December 2016|
|17||11||23 March 2017||8 June 2017|
|18||12||14 September 2017||21 December 2017|
|19||11||22 March 2018||7 June 2018|
|20||12||13 September 2018||20 December 2018|
|21||10||21 March 2019||23 May 2019||Paddy McGuinness|
|22||8||10 October 2019||19 December 2019||Mel B|
|23||6||9 April 2020||14 May 2020|
|24||6||22 October 2020||Laura Whitmore||Emily Atack|
- A Celebrity Juice calendar was released by Danilo Promotions (22 September 2012), it features 68 pages of classic moments from the show.
- A Celebrity Juice book was released by Orion (26 September 2013). It features 160 pages and was published on a hardback format and kindle version.
DVD and Blu-ray releases
|Title||No. of disc(s)||Year||No. of episodes||DVD release||Blu-ray release|
|Region 2||Region B|
|Celebrity Juice ‒ Too Juicy for TV||1||2008, 2009 & 2010||Best bits from series 1–3 and various unseen footage||21 November 2011||–|
|Celebrity Juice ‒ Too Juicy for TV 2||1||2010 & 2011||Best bits from series 4–6 and various unseen footage||19 November 2012||19 November 2012|
|Celebrity Juice – The Bang Tidy Box Set: Too Juicy for TV 1 & 2||3||2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011||Best bits from series 1–6 and various unseen footage||19 November 2012||–|
|Celebrity Juice ‒ Obscene and Unseen||1||2012 & 2013||Best bits from series 7–9 and various unseen footage||4 November 2013||–|
|Celebrity Juice ‒ 1 – 3 T'Box Set||4||2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013||Best bits from series 1–9 and various unseen footage||4 November 2013||–|
- Celebrity Juice was previously released on Netflix, although only selected episodes from series seven were available
- On iTunes Series 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and aired episodes from Series 12 as well as Too Juicy for TV.
This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (June 2020)
The following have made more than one appearance on the show as a guest panellist (as of 20 September 2018).
- 44 appearances
- Gino D'Acampo (as panellist)
- 28 appearances
- 17 appearances
- 15 appearances
- 11 appearances
- 10 appearances
- 9 appearances
- 8 appearances
- 7 appearances
- 6 appearances
- 5 appearances
- Aston Merrygold
- Danny Dyer
- Dermot O'Leary
- Dougie Poynter
- Emily Atack (as panellist)
- Michelle Keegan
- Peter Andre
- Verne Troyer
- 4 appearances
- Ashley Roberts
- Charlotte Crosby
- Chris Moyles
- Craig Revel Horwood
- Davina McCall
- Ella Eyre
- Harry Judd
- Jack P. Shepherd
- Jay McGuiness
- Jonathan Ross
- Mark Wright
- Paloma Faith
- Rick Edwards
- Ricky Wilson
- Russell Kane
- Will Mellor
- 3 appearances
- Andrew Maxwell
- Catherine Tyldesley
- Christine Bleakley
- Danny Jones
- Fred Sirieix
- Gemma Collins
- Jade Thirlwall
- Jesy Nelson
- Katie Price
- Kelly Brook[c]
- Kian Egan
- Kimberley Walsh
- Kimberly Wyatt
- Leigh-Anne Pinnock
- Louie Spence
- Mel B (as panellist)
- Melanie C
- Melvin Odoom
- Myleene Klass
- Nathan Sykes
- Pamela Anderson
- Perrie Edwards
- Professor Green
- Rizzle Kicks
- Ronan Keating
- Ruth Langsford
- Thomas Turgoose
- Tom Fletcher
- Vernon Kay
- Vicky Pattison
- 2 appearances
- Abbey Clancy
- Alex Zane
- Alex Brooker
- Amir Khan
- Anthony McPartlin
- Ashley Banjo
- Ayda Field
- Brigitte Nielsen
- Brooke Vincent
- Charlie Brooks
- Christian Jessen
- Conor Maynard
- Courtney Act
- Craig Gazey
- David Guetta
- Declan Donnelly
- Denise van Outen
- Frankie Bridge
- George Lamb
- Georgia May Foote
- Gok Wan
- Greg James
- Heidi Range
- James Argent
- James Blunt
- Jason Byrne
- Jason Gardiner
- Jason Manford
- Joe Lycett
- John Newman
- John Partridge
- Katy B
- Keith Duffy
- Kerry Katona
- Kevin McHale
- Kym Lomas
- Laura Whitmore (as panellist)
- Lee Ryan
- Lethal Bizzle
- Louise Redknapp
- Lucy Fallon
- Marvin Humes
- Max George
- Megan McKenna
- Noel Clarke
- Ollie Locke
- Oritsé Williams
- Peaches Geldof
- Pixie Lott
- Richard Bacon
- Richard Hammond
- Rita Simons
- Rob Beckett
- Rochelle Humes
- Sam Faiers
- Samia Ghadie
- Sara Cox
- Sarah Harding
- Scott Mills
- Stephen Mulhern
- Susanna Reid
- Tess Daly
- Tinchy Stryder
- Tom Parker
- Vanessa White
- b. ^ Does not include Essex's appearance as team captain in series 14.
- c. ^ Does not include Brook's stint as team captain in series 9.
|2011||TV Choice Awards||Best Entertainment Show||Won|
|British Comedy Awards||Best Comedy Panel Show||Nominated|
|2012||TV Choice Awards||Best Entertainment Show||Won|
|National Television Awards||Most Popular Comedy Panel Show||Won|
|British Comedy Awards||Best Comedy Entertainment Programme||Nominated|
|2013||National Television Awards||Most Popular Entertainment Presenter||Nominated|
|Television and Radio Industries Club Awards||TV Satellite/Digital Programme||Won|
|2015||National Television Awards||Multichannel||Won|
|2018||The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award||Nominated|
- "Fearne Cotton quits Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice after 10 years". Radio Times.
- Powell, Emma (27 February 2019). "Paddy McGuinness CONFIRMED as Fearne Cotton's Celebrity Juice replacement". Evening Standard. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
- "Holly Willoughby leaves Celebrity Juice after 12 years". BBC News. 4 May 2020. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
- Davies, Megan (10 September 2020). "Celebrity Juice confirms new team captains including I'm a Celebrity's Emily Atack". Digital Spy. Retrieved 10 September 2020.
- Bevir, George (7 August 2014). "Talkback moves show production to Elstree's Stage 9". broadcastnow. Retrieved 13 September 2014.
- CELEBRITY JUICE 2013 CALENDAR [Calendar]. ASIN 1780542437.
- Celebrity Juice: The Book [Hardcover]. ASIN 1409127567.
- "Celebrity Juice – Too Juicy for TV DVD". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 5 November 2011.
- "Celebrity Juice, Too Juicy for TV". iTunes. 21 November 2011. Retrieved 26 March 2012.
- "Celebrity Juice – Too Juicy for TV 2! DVD". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 12 November 2012.
- "Celebrity Juice – Too Juicy for TV 2! [Blu-ray]". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice – The Bang Tidy Box Set: Too Juicy for TV 1&2 DVD". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice: Obscene and Unseen DVD". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice: T'Box Set – Series 1–3 DVD". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice 2012". Netflix. Retrieved 9 April 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 5". iTunes. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 6". iTunes. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 7". iTunes. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 8". iTunes. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 9". iTunes. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 10". iTunes. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 11". iTunes. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
- "Celebrity Juice, Series 12". iTunes. Retrieved 26 August 2014.
- "Celebrity Juice, Too Juicy for TV". iTunes. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
- "The Comedy.co.uk Awards 2009 – British Comedy Guide". Comedy.co.uk. Retrieved 16 January 2014.
- "The Comedy.co.uk Awards 2010 – British Comedy Guide". Comedy.co.uk. Retrieved 16 January 2014.
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