Celebrity Juice is genuinely the funniest show on TV and rarely disappoints as Keith lemon steals the show with his rude, crude and below the belt comedy.Last night saw Keith audition for Towie with a few four letter word rants that began mainly with the letter C.Keith also took Rochelle and Joe under his bed covers to undertake an activity that was harmless, but definitely could be misunderstood.
I'm also so excited for Clara, as she represents the next generation of Radio 1 DJs bringing the best new music to young audiences in the UK."It's all change at Radio 1!
Last night saw the return of Celebrity Juice with the funniest man on TV, Keith Lemon, joined by his usual team captains, Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby, as well as guests Joe Mc Elderry, Mark off of Towie, Rochelle from The Saturdays and Dave Berry.
The Hoff even joins them through the aid of a Vt – that stands for video tape.
Clara Amfo will take over Fearne Cotton's show on BBC Radio 1.
Fearne announced today that she was leaving the station after ten years on air and DJ Clara Amfo will take over the reigns of Radio 1's Live Lounge show between 10am and 1pm on weekdays.
A delighted Clara said: "I am honoured and thrilled to be presenting such a huge show on Radio 1.The broadcasters who have gone before me have left an impressive trail and I hope to carry that on."Doing this job is an absolute joy and to now have the opportunity to broadcast Monday to Friday is something that I am so grateful for.I can't wait to introduce a Live Lounge artist for the first time! She said today in a blog post: "After much time and careful thought I have decided to leave Radio 1 after ten amazing years."In a statement, Radio 1 said Clara would "bring a fresh voice combined with natural energy, enthusiasm and knowledge of music to the morning show which frequently hosts sessions from the biggest musicians in the world."Clara will continue to host The Official Chart as well as her new weekday show, but will step down from the Weekend Breakfast Show on 1Xtra on Sunday, 17 May. I have had the most incredible decade broadcasting on Radio 1, meeting wonderful people, helping break artists and watching live music from the world's best. "I would like to thank Radio 1 for being such a great home and most of all to the listeners who have been on this journey with me.It's such a kick to know you heard a band on my show first, or that the songs I've played have helped you through the day, so thank you.I will leave with the best memories and many great friends.