Big Star’s Little Star returns with these celebrities and their kids


Stephen Mulhern is back with a new series of Big Star’s Little Star on ITV this Saturday night.

Stephen hosts a brand new series of the fun entertainment show which lifts the lid on celebrities’ lives – through the eyes of their children.

Full to the brim with surprising revelations, funny anecdotes and heart-warming moments, this five-part series will see Britain’s best-loved stars team up with their children or grandchildren to win as much money as possible for charity.

Over the new series a whole host of celebrities open themselves up to the Big Star’s Little Star’s experience, including Abbey Clancey, Samia Ghadie, Ken Bruce, Jodie Kidd, Kian Egan, Sally Phillips and Una Foden.

Plus Kate Silverton, Kriss Akabusi, Sarah Beeny, Tristan Gemmill, James Cracknell, Karen Blick, Faye Tozer and Vernie Bennett.

First up were presenter Stacey Solomon, and her nine-year-old son Zachary, actor John Thomson and his daughter Sophia, who is seven, and presenter Jenny Powell and her eight-year-old daughter Pollyanna.

Stephen was then joined by Sally Phillips and her son Tom, Samia Ghadie and daughter Freya, and Kian Egan and his son Koa, gave a sneak peak into their home lives.

In episode 3, Abbey Clancy and her daughter Sophia, Tristan Gemmill and son Wilfred, and Sarah Beeny and son Rafferty were on the show.

Last week saw Ken Bruce and son Charlie, Faye Tozer and son Benjamin, and Jodie Kidd and Indio.

This week James Cracknell, Karen Blick and Vernie Bennett give a sneak peak into their home lives. Who will end up red-faced?

What embarrassing secrets will come to light leaving their parents or grandparents red faced? And will the Little Star reveal a little bit more than they should?

And on Big Star’s Little Star, everyone is a winner as no one goes home empty handed.

All pairs take home money for their chosen charities and a very special Big Star’s Little Star trophy!

Big Star’s Little Star airs Saturday night from 7PM on ITV.

The new series will last for six episodes.

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