Celebrity Coach Trip 2019 cast: Meet the line up of celebrities set for the brand new series

Celebrity Coach Trip line up of celebrities confirmed for 2019

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Celebrity Coach Trip is returning with a brand new series - here's all you need to know.

The reality show first premiered back in 2005 with three celebrity series starting in 2010.

But while the main programme has continued the celebrity spin-off was last on screen back in 2012 before being revived at the start of 2019.

Now it's been confirmed that the show will return once more with another bran new celebrity series with Coach Trip host Brendan Sheerin.

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.

Celebrity Coach Trip cast of celebrities

Confirmed to take part in the new series are:

Queen of the Jungle Vicky Pattison and her pal, one-third of TV’s Thomas brothers Scott Thomas.

Radio presenter Kate Lawler and viral video sensation Arron Crascall.

Love Island friends Georgia Steel and Alexandra Cane.

Made in Chelsea’s Francis Boulle and his friend, comedian Sarah Keyworth.

Sisters Cleopatra and Yonah Higgins from iconic 90s pop group Cleopatra.

Former EastEnders bad boy Harry Reid and ex-The Apprentice candidate James Hill.

Every day the celeb tourists will be treated to exhilarating activities in some of the Mediterranean's top holiday hotspots.

But as ever, at the end of each day, the pairs will vote face to face to decide who they no longer wish to travel with.

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

The most recent series of Celebrity Coach Trip was won by singers Mutya Buena and Lisa Maffia.

Celebrity Coach Trip airs on E4.

The new series will air in ten, hour long episodes stripped across weeknights later in 2019.

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