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All Star Driving School: Celebrities learn to drive in new E4 show

ALL STAR DRIVING TEST

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

E4 is teaming up with Suzuki on the new series which will see nine plucky celebrity learner drivers attempt to ditch the L plates once and for all.

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The new series airs week nights at 7:30PM, with this week (October 2-6) the final of the new series.

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

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 celebrity line up

Each week three celebs will take part.

Week 1 (From Sep 18): Tattoo Fixers' Paisley Billings, The Vamps’ Connor Ball, First Dates waitress CiCi Coleman

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Week 2 (From Sep 25): Geordie Shore star turned presenter Vicky Pattison (WITHDRAWN), Tattoo Fixer stars Paisley Billings (Replaced Vicky) and Sketch, Geordie Shore's Nathan Henry

Week 3 (From Oct 2): Claudia Fragapane, Olympic Gymnast, former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, Made in Chelsea’s Francis Boulle and

Jonny Rothery, Channel 4’s Commissioning Editor for Formats said: “It doesn’t matter who you are – learning to drive will test you to the limit and celebrities are no exception, particularly if they have friends and family sat in the back seat.”

Tammy Charnley from Suzuki added: “Our new model, the Suzuki Ignis, is small and mighty but packed with personality. All Star Driving School is a great fit for the Ignis as it helps to demonstrate its capabilities whilst appealing to a younger audience who have a keen sense of adventure.”

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All Star Driving School airs Monday-Friday nights on E4 at 7:30PM.

The show continues each week night at the same time with three celebs on the show each week.

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