Celebrity Juice is back with a brand new series - here's all you need to know.
Keith Lemon and the team will serve up the naughtiest comedy panel show from October on ITV2
The first episode aired on October 22 with new episodes airing weekly on Thursdays nights at 10PM.
The new series will welcome two new team captains as Emily Atack and Laura Whitmore join.
Holly Willoughby announced earlier this year that she was stepping down from the ITV2 series after 12 years while Mel B has also stepped down from the show as a team captain.
Emily said: "I dread to think what we're going to be faced with, but Whitmore should know that I won't be backing down and she is going to have some tough competition. But more importantly a wonderfully hilarious time. Bring it on!"
Laura added: "I can't wait to see what Keith has got lined up for Emily and I this series… From past experiences, nothing would surprise me. I cannot wait to get stuck in and lead my team to victory each week… I love you Emily, but watch out! I'm so excited to start!"
And Keith enthused: "Can't wait to start new Celeb Juice with old friends. Exciting times ahead!"
Celebrity Juice 2020 line up and guests
In the first episode (October 22), joining the trio for games, fun and anarchy were actor and Celebrity Juice legend Will Mellor, Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo, musician Tom Grennan and the hilarious Jimmy Carr.
Episode 2 (October 29) was a Halloween special. Joining the panel for some spooky games, fun and plenty of tricks and treats will be Strictly’s scariest judge Craig Revel Horwood, presenter Maya Jama, Queen of the Jungle Jacqueline Jossa and Take That’s Howard Donald.
In Episode 3 (November 5) are comedian Jimmy Carr, pop star and presenter Marvin Humes, the Vamps’ Bradley Simpson and Connor Ball and presenter Maya Jama.
Episode 4 (November 12) features comedian and presenter Joel Dommett, popstar Ronan Keating, presenter Vick Hope and reality legend and self-professed diva Gemma Collins.
Episode 6 (November 26) features global megastar Zara Larsson, Drag Races’ The Vivienne, singer songwriter Ella Eyre and presenter Maya Jama.
Episode 7 (December 3) welcomes Capital Breakfast DJ Roman Kemp, actor Richard Blackwood, Top Gear’s Chris Harris and pop legends Claire and H from Steps.
Episode 8 (December 10) will feature Drag Race judge Michelle Visage, TV host Maya Jama, comic Alex Brooker and singer Nicola Robert
Episode 9 (December 17) will be a Christmas special with megastar Paloma Faith, presenter Paddy McGuinness, Kaiser Chief’s Ricky Wilson and the unbelievable Chris Kamara.
Once episodes air you'll be able to watch online and catch up via the ITV Hub.
Meanwhile, episodes from past series as well as unseen bits are available to buy on DVD.