Celebs from Love Island and Ru Paul’s Drag Race compete in Paddy McGuinness quiz show

Celebs from Love Island and Ru Paul’s Drag Race compete in Paddy McGuinness quiz show

ITV Take Me Out host and stand-up comedian Paddy McGuiness will host the new season of BBC One’s Celebrity Catchpoint

Comedian Paddy McGuinness presents this BBC One game show that combines the brains and physical abilities of the celebrity guests.

The show sees contestants answer a series of questions before catching balls of various sizes which drop from the ceiling.

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Each of the eight episodes will see two teams of celebrities battling it out to win money for their favourite charity.

Find out everything you need to know about Celebrity Catchpoint 2022 here.

What is Celebrity Catchpoint?

Two teams of celebrity guests will compete against each other to win the grand prize of £10,000 for their chosen charities.

They will answer a series of questions, if they answer correctly a ball will drop directly above them – making it easy to catch.

However if they provide the wrong answer, they will have to run so they can catch the ball before it touches the ground.

They have to catch the ball to stay in the competition, so they will have to think fast and react quickly.

Four participants, two teams and one premise: don’t drop the ball.

When is Celebrity Catchpoint on TV?

Series four of Celebrity Catchpoint will air on BBC One on Saturday 23 April 2022.

The half an hour episode will begin at 6:45pm.

Episode two will air the following week, on Saturday 30 April at 6:50pm.

There will be eight episodes in total, continuing each Saturday.

The quiz show will also be available to watch and downloaded on BBC iPlayer shortly after it airs.

Who are the contestants on Celebrity Catchpoint?

In episode one of the new series drag queen’s Tia Kofi and The Vivienne will take on Radio 1 DJs Scott Mills and Chris Stark.

In episode two of the quiz show, Love Island couple Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolran go up against Faye Tozer and Ian “H” Watkins from Steps.

Tia Kofi and The Vivienne

Kofi was a contestant on the second series of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK in 2021.

Kofi has recently featured on the celebrity special of Eating with my Ex.

The drag queen has also released two music videos, Loving Me Like That and Outside In, along with a number of other songs.

Vivienne won the first series of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK in 2019, after becoming the first UK RuPaul’s Drag Race ambassador in 2015.

Vivienne recently competed in Channel 4’s Celebrity Hunted.

As for game shows, the popular drag queen has also been on Celebrity Mastermind and The Weakest Link.

THE UK’S FIRST DRAG RACE SUPERSTAR. Photographer: Leigh Keily

Scott Mills and Chris Stark.

Mills and Stark are both Radio 1 DJs.

Mills hosts his own Sony Radio Academy Award winning radio show, Scott Mills, on BBC Radio 1 from Monday to Thursday, between 1pm and 3:30pm.

On a Friday, Mills hosts The Official Chart from 4pm to 6pm.

In 2021, Mills was the UK commentator for the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest.

As for game shows, Mills has featured on Pointless Celebrities, Innuendo Bingo, House of Games and Celebrity Chase.

Stark co-hosts the Scott Mills show on BBC Radio 1.

Stark is also a co-host for the That Peter Crouch Podcast – which he has hosted alongside Peter Crouch and Tom Fordyce since 2018.

He has also featured on Pointless Celebrities and Innuendo Bingo alongside Mills.

BBC DJ Scott Mills will also be at the Lowther Pavilion

Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolran

The couple met on the seventh series of Love Island in 2021 – where they were runners up to winners Millie and Liam.

Burrows has since become an ambassador for JD Women – taking the title of the first ever face for JD Women.

Aromolran has continued playing for Hashtag United Football Club, after an impressive season prior to his Love Island debut.

He is now also a brand ambassador for Boohoo Man.

Toby and Chloe shared a second kiss after he dumped Kaz (Picture: ITV)

Faye Tozer and Ian “H” Watkins

The pair are known for their part in the British pop group, Steps – who sang hit singles like 5,6,7,8 and Tragedy.

Tozer recently starred in the West End musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, and took part in a Christmas special of Pointless Celebrities.

Known better as H, Watkins competed in the twelfth series of Dancing on Ice.

The pair were also a special guest on the second series of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK in 2021, as well as Loose Women and This Morning.

As the pop group release their latest album, the band will be performing pop favourites and brining high energy choreography to the Blackpool Opera House stage.

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