Celebrity Coach Trip returning and here's who's signed up

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Celebrity Coach Trip is returning to Channel 4 after six years away, it's been announced.

The reality show 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's now been confirmed that Coach Trip host Brendan Sheerin will return to front a revived all star version.

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.

Celebrities who have signed up include former Strictly Come Dancing pros James and Ola Jordan plus singers Mutya Buena (Sugababes) and Lisa Maffia (So Solid Crew).

They'll be joined by reality stars Charlotte Crosby and Joshua Ritchie, Made In Chelsea’s Sam Thompson and James Dunmore and TOWIE’s Bobby Norris with Celebs Go Dating star Nadia Essex.

Every day the celeb tourists will be treated to exhilarating activities in some of Spain’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.

Teasing the surprises that await the celebrity tourists, Brendan said: “These celebs think they’re used to the red carpet life, but they won't get any special treatment on my coach. I’m sure they’ll be schmoozing away, but it won't be long until I start dishing out the red cards."

Alongside Coach Trip, it's also been revealed that Shipwrecked will be returning to E4 for a brand new series.

Shipwrecked, which first aired in 2000, sees a batch of castaways left on a deserted island.

It'll seven years since the show was last on TV, having spent over a decade on and off air up until 2012.

Filming this summer, the sun-kissed reality series will be re-imagined for 2018 with a new generation of islanders setting up camp on two rival islands: Shark Island and Tiger Island.

E4 say that the two tribes will battle it out to win over new arrivals, with the largest tribe at the end of the life-changing adventure being crowned as winners of the ultimate popularity contest in paradise.

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