All Star Driving School cast: Line up of celebrities for Series 2 revealed

All Star Driving School celebrity line up cast

More celebrities are learning to drive in new E4 reality series, All Star Driving School.


E4 has brought back the show which will see plucky celebrity learner drivers attempt to ditch the L plates once and for all.

The show first made its debut last year, with names including Tattoo Fixers’ Paisley Billings, The Vamps’ Connor Ball, First Dates waitress CiCi Coleman, Geordie Shore star turned presenter Vicky Pattison, Olympic Gymnast Claudia Fragapane, former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and Made in Chelsea’s Francis Boulle.

Across 15 episodes, the famous faces joined a specially created intensive driving school run by three fully qualified instructors. The celebrities will take part in a series of core driving skills and challenges, all in the Suzuki Swift.

Providing how well they do, this may lead to forfeits or treats for the celebrity learner drivers.

The celebrities will also be putting in extra practice sessions and helped across the week by their friends and family who will also be there to rally them on the day of their practical driving test; hopefully the positive culmination of all their hard work on the road…

All Star Driving School line up

The famous faces getting behind the wheel of the Suzuki Swift for series 2 will be:


Week 1: TOWIE star James ‘Arg’ Argent, Coronation Street actor Mikey North, The Vamps’ Tristan Evans

Week 2: Made in Chelsea’s Victoria Baker-Harber, pop songstress Vanessa White and Famalam actor Tom Moutchi.

Week 3: Comedian Mark Watson, singer Tallia Storm and Hollyoaks actress Ruby O’Donnell

Driving instructors Maxine, Ricky and Pells will also be returning for the second series to put our learners through their paces.

Jonny Rothery, Channel 4’s Commissioning Editor for Formats said: “We’re delighted to be getting back behind the wheel for another All Star Driving School. Our formidable instructors are primed and ready to put another nine learners to the test.”


Iain Wimbush from programme makers Rumpus Media added, “Learning to drive is a universal rite of passage involving frustration, nerves and 25 point turns…no matter how famous you are and we’re really excited to return to the All Star Driving School to relish every minute.”

Jodie Brooke from Suzuki said, “In 2017, All Star Driving School drove conversation around Suzuki and the Suzuki Ignis with a younger and more adventurous audience. Moving into 2018 and a second series, we are keen to carry on that conversation with an engaged audience and showcase more of our line up with a new hero model in the Suzuki Swift.”