Boris Johnson’s father Stanley will be reuniting with his I’m A Celeb best friend on Celebrity Gogglebox.
Stanley and George ‘Toff’ Toffolo won the hearts of the nation when they struck up an unlikely friendship after meeting on the ITV reality show in 2017.
Now fast forward to the present day, the pair are still going strong and will join forces as a duo again when they appear on the spin-off of the Channel 4 show on Friday 14 June.
The pair have joined the new series, alongside girl band Little Mix and presenter Rylan Clark-Neal, to critique British telly from the comfort of a sofa.
While Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Perrie Edwards will get together for a girls’ night, Rylan will be joined by his beloved mum Linda.
Kelly Osbourne will also be on the show, with her childhood friend Sammy Barratt-Singh.
Other stars announced include All Saints singers Nicole Appleton and Melanie Blatt, and actress Emily Atack and her mother.
The upcoming episodes will also include Strictly star Oti Mabuse and her sisters Motsi and Phemelo, acting legend Sheila Hancock will hang out with Gyles Brandreth, and Nick Grimshaw with his niece, Liv.
They all join the host of celebrity names and faces who have all rocked up for a day on the settee with their pals in the name of Stand Up To Cancer.
One Direction’s Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson reunited for the last series to emotionally discuss how cancer has affected them, while Danny and Dani Dyer had a daddy/daughter evening for the show.
The latest series of Gogglebox ended with a whimper last month when the regular gang of professional sofa-sitters were left more than a little bewildered over the Game Of Thrones finale.
While Jenny and Lee shone a torch on the situation (literally) so they could figure out what was going on, the Malone family were quick to debate what had just happened while others labelled it a ‘s***e’ and ‘an anti-climax’.
Giles and Mary were, as always, pretty casual about the whole thing, with Giles looking on the bright side of who won the Iron Throne as he said: ‘Terrific boost for the disabled lobby, Nutty!’
The show, which is based on the authentic portrayal of families reactions to the weeks’ television, has come under fire and accused of faking scenes for the sake of entertainment.
Both bosses and the show guests have consistently denied this.
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