Marek Larwood

Marek Larwood

Iain Stirling to make a second series of CelebAbility

Along with Marek Larwood

Iain Stirling is to make a second series of ITV2 entertainment show CelebAbility.

The broadcaster has commissioned nine more episodes – up from the six in the first series – to air later this year.

Fellow comic Marek Larwood will also return as adjudicator.

In the series, a group of friends go head-to-head with celebrities in rounds based on the unusual talents that the celebrities believe they possess.

Series one featured Made In Chelsea's Stephanie Pratt reading a dog's mind, Olympian Louis Smith attempting to eat a poppadum as quietly as possible and Joey Essex picking the right pigeon to be pooped on.

Saskia Schuster, ITV's comedy controller said: 'We are delighted that CelebAbility is back. This time round it's going to get even more silly and definitely more competitive.'

Here's a clip from series one:

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Published: 20 Feb 2018

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2004

Comedy Zone

We Are Klang

Edinburgh Fringe 2005

We Are Klang: Yee-Haa Klang

Edinburgh Fringe 2006

We Are Klang: Klangbang

Edinburgh Fringe 2012

Marek Larwood: Typecast




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