ITV commissions more Lemon style Through the Keyhole

The latest series of Through The Keyhole is to launch with an I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! special.

“Proper chuffed to be doing Keyhole again! Love having a nose around people’s gaff’s. Ya get to meet some lovely people, sometimes I stay over and become part of the family. My extended family now consists of 16 brothers, 21 sisters, 8 mums and 4 dads. It’s a lovely job!” – Mr K. Lemon via ITV

Leigh Francis’ character of Keith Lemon returns as host for the ITV series that invades celebrities homes for fun. Through the Keyhole returns to telly screens for an eight series run launching with an I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! special on Saturday 9th December at 9:50pm.

The show which sees Lemon wander around the homes of the rich and famous as other celebrities in the studio have to attempt to guess whom the house belongs to. The show, which will fill an hour long slot, continues in January 2018. 

Each episode will see Keith rummage around three mystery celebrity houses, unearthing clues for the celebrity panel to guess ‘who ‘abitates in a house like this.’ – ITV

Panellists joining Keith on the special include comedian Jimmy Carr, former King of the Jungle Tony Blackburn, former Queen of the Jungle Stacey Solomon and Myleene Klass all of whom braved the Bushtucker Trials in the Australian outback.

Through The Keyhole began life back in 1983 as a segment on Good Morning Britain, before becoming a stand-alone game show. Hosted by the late Sir David Frost the original had Lloyd Grossman rummaging in stars homes. The series ran from 1987 to 2008 with stints on ITV, Sky and the BBC. 

“We are delighted to kick off a brilliant new series with an I’m a Celebrity special with kings and queens of the jungle. Throughout the series Keith Lemon travels the world penetrating proper posh properties whilst scraping, scratching and smashing celebrity’s valuables, with hilarious consequences.” – Ed Sleeman, Head of Talkback

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