The Keith and Paddy Picture Show returns in April for a second series with a number of familiar faces.
Keith Lemon and Paddy McGuinness will be joined by an all-star cast for the second series of The Keith and Paddy Picture Show.
Following a hugely successful launch series last year, the duo return with a six part series on ITV from Saturday, April 14.
Series 2 will see their unique and hilarious take on iconic movies Grease, Top Gun, Jurassic Park, Pretty Woman and Terminator 2. Gremlins will then air as a Christmas 2018 special.
Grease will see Keith and Paddy joined by Fearne Cotton, Stacey Solomon, Emily Atack and Emma Willis as The Pink Ladies with Marvin Humes as Kenickie. Nicole Scherzinger will play Keith’s vocal coach while Hunter from Gladiators will also make an appearance.
Pretty Woman sees Amanda Holden, Tracy Ann Oberman, Philip Glenister and Louise Redknapp make eagerly awaited cameos with Ainsley Harriot making a special guest appearance.
In Top Gun, Keith and Paddy will be joined by Sarah Parish, Keith Allen, Marc Warren, Kriss Akabusi and Paul Chuckle.
Terminator 2 features Jaime Winston as John Connor and Rick Astley (pictured above right) making a memorable appearance as T-1000.
Jurassic Park will feature Sally Phillips, Sian Gibson and Shaun Ryder alongside showbiz legend Bernie Clifton.
Marvin Humes warned ITV viewers to look out for his… “dodgy American accent. Expect a lot of collar flicking, and a lot of rubbing my hands through my hair, which I was very, very proud of as I’m getting a bit thin on top. To have a full head of hair was amazing.”
Louise Redknapp commented: “Apart from being delirious as we filmed on the coldest day of the year, the funniest moment of filming was watching Keith trying to get on a pair of thigh high PVC boots in a pair of mittens!”
And Rick Astley said viewers could expect “…a mix of Pacino, Di Caprio, De Niro and Pinocchio,” from his performance as T-1000.
The Keith and Paddy Picture Show starts Saturday, April 14 at 9:25PM
Grease movie be the first show to get the treatment.