Roxanne Pallett to make TV comeback on Celebrity Coach Trip after Celebrity Big Brother controversy

When is Roxanne on Celebrity Coach Trip?

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Roxanne Pallett is to appear on Celebrity Coach Trip this month, it’s been revealed.

A new series of the show is currently airing weeknights on E4, with Roxanne taking part in filming earlier in 2018.

It follows her controversial appearance on Celebrity Big Brother last autumn.

Coach Trip first premiered back in 2005 with three celebrity series starting in 2010.

But while the main programme has continued – currently airing on E4 – the celebrity spin-off was last on screen back in 2012.

It was confirmed last June that Coach Trip host Brendan Sheerin will return to front a revived all star version.

Although not part of the starting line up of celebs – which former Strictly Come Dancing stars James and Ola Jordan, Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby, Made In Chelsea’s Sam Thompson and TOWIE’s Bobby Norris – Roxanne will join the cast next week.

Her appearance from last year is set to air Wednesday January 23 at 19:30 as she’s joined by Britain’s Got Talent star George Sampson.

Coach Trip sees couples undertaking a coach tour, voting for who they want to eject from the coach until one team is crowned the winners. In the celebrity series, the winners will receive money for their chosen charity.

Channel 4 previously confirmed that the Celebrity Coach Trip line up which also includes singers Mutya Buena (Sugababes) and Lisa Maffia (So Solid Crew).

They’ll be joined by reality stars Joshua Ritchie, Made In Chelsea’s James Dunmore and Celebs Go Dating star Nadia Essex.

The pair who receives the most votes to leave the coach will receive a yellow card; two yellow cards will see them take home a red card and bid ‘Adios’ to make way for a new VIP couple waiting in the wings to fill their seats.

As well as Coach Trip and Celebrity Big Brother, Roxanne also appeared on Celebrity Island.

However she left the Bear Grylls survival series after just the one episode.

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