Danny Dyer will join daughter Dani and her Love Island boyfriend Jack Fincham on Celebrity Juice tonight.
They’ll appear on the 10th birthday special of ITV2’s multi-award-winning Celebrity Juice this evening.
Launching the brand-new series, the tenth birthday episode will celebrate the naughtiest comedy panel show on telly being ten years young. Hosted by Keith Lemon, the special will see team captains Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton go head to head in a series of hilarious games, alongside a panel of star studded guests.
Joining in the celebrations alongside Danny Dyer, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham will be singer and dancer Ashley Roberts as well as Paddy McGuinness, who appeared on the very first episode of Celebrity Juice.
Also featuring some of the juiciest moments from over the years and special surprise guests, expect mayhem, madness and many sweet times along the way. Gino ‘Sheffield’ D’Acampo will be joining the series once he’s back off his really long holiday.
Keith Lemon said: “Looking forward to getting behind my Celebrity Juice desk and it will be our 10th Birthday! Wow, what a ride! Fank you ITV2 for making all my dreams come true, fanks to all the loyal viewers for watching and fanks to the Juice family for being the best dysfunctional, attractive, funniest, coolest family on’t box!”
Holly Willoughby commented: “I’m so excited to celebrate the 10th Birthday! It’s been utter chaos from the word go and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I look forward to toasting all the great times we’ve had and many more to come.”
Fearne Cotton added: “I remember the first show like it was yesterday, how time flies! We’ll be celebrating in style, but if the last ten years are anything to go by, I’m preparing myself for the surprises Keith has in store.”
The new series of Celebrity Juice starts Thursday 13th September, 10pm on ITV2.
Across the ten episodes and Christmas Special, viewers can expect the usual mix of hilarious games, stunts, challenges and celebrity guests.
Other guest stars include Rita Ora, Olly Murs, Gabrielle and Tom ODell who will all feature as part of a ‘Pop’ special. Jimmy Carr, Eamonn Holmes, Kate Nash, John Barrowman, Catherine Tyldesley, Johnny Vegas, Joel Dommett and Rak-Su will also appear across the series.