Inside TV’s Celebrity Detox as stars are forced into disgusting treatment – leaving one contestant traumatised | The Sun

BRACE yourself for some of the most disgusting scenes in TV history next week with The Big Celebrity Detox.

The new series sees a wellness guru down a bottle of six-month-old fermented urine in front of shocked contestants, including Kerry Katona and Martin Roberts.

The stars are so revolted, they threaten to walk off set.

The segment is part of a urine therapy treatment introduced to the celebs, which gets them to sip their own wee to boost “focus and energy”.

But in a “don’t try this at home” moment their therapist sinks his own old urine, despite the show’s narrator claiming it “goes against medical advice”.

A source said: “This will go down as one of the most nauseating scenes ever on TV. It’s horrendous, an uncomfortable moment for the celebs, but also for viewers. Kerry was particularly traumatised.”


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The E4 series, which starts on Monday, involves stars taking part in extreme de- tox treatments to improve their mental health and banish their demons.

Other famous names in it include Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson and the late Queen’s cousin Princess Olga Romanoff.

The stars also make themselves sick eating Pinon Blanco seeds, to release bad energy, and even spank each other.

On drinking her own wee, Princess Olga said: “It wasn’t as bad as I thought. I drink a lot of water, so it was very pale and didn’t have an odour or a particular taste.”

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Tom gets fired up for film

FORMER Apprentice hopeful Tom Skinner is becoming an unlikely movie hardman.

The one-time market trader, famous for his “Bosh” catchphrase, will play a gangster called Houdini in British flick Bermondsey Tales: Fall Of The Roman Empire.

It also stars ex-EastEnder Maisie Smith, Adam Deacon and John Hannah.

Tom, fired by Lord Sugar in the 2019 Apprentice series, was recruited by the film’s writer Ray Burdis and director Micheal Head when he was invited to be an extra in their most recent film, Miss The Kiss, starring Patsy Kensit and Sadie Frost.

He told me: “My character Houdini is the absolute governor and hopefully I do him justice. Bosh.”

Tom will be bringing out his autobiography, after signing a book deal with HarperCollins, and is tipped for appearances in a number of reality shows.

Sherwood returns

DAVID Morrissey and Lesley Manville are returning for a second series of Sherwood.

The latest instalment of the drama, which last time revolved around deaths in a mining village, will feature a new story by writer James Graham.

The BBC One six-parter starts filming this summer.

The real benefit with BB

NEW Big Brother host Will Best has hinted the reboot won’t feature influencers or fame-hungry wannabes.

He is fronting the ITV series alongside Aj Odudu and says the reality show will be going back to its roots when it comes to casting new housemates.

Speaking for the first time about his role, the ex-T4 host told The Sun: “It’s going back to being real people.

“I think it’s time for the reality people we want to see, which is real people being authentic. That’s where the fun comes.”

The new series is expected in the autumn.

It last aired in 2018 on Channel 5, having previously run on Channel 4.

Its social media team has already suggested the celebrity version could also be making a comeback.

Hannah’s shortcomings

TED Lasso’s Hannah Waddingham says she hasn’t previously got costume drama jobs due her height.

The actress, who is now Lady Bellaston in ITVX series Tom Jones, said: “I’d always wanted to do a period drama but, you know, being nearly 6ft in heels it’s not something that’s ever come my way.”

Dannii kiss and tell

DANNII Minogue has dished out advice for hopefuls on her new series – the UK’s first gay dating show.

The singer and actress is hosting I Kissed A Boy and posed alongside Drag Race stars Tia Kofi and Black Peppa at the series launch in Liverpool on Wednesday.

Dannii says it is a good thing the singletons won’t have their phones with them, and explained: “My advice is eye contact, get together, have a conversation.

“Like in the olden days where we used to go to the dirty disco. You’d see someone on the dance floor, you’d move closer . . . you’d go in for the kiss first.”

I Kissed A Boy kicks off on BBC iPlayer on Saturday from 6am.
It launches on BBC Three the following day at 9pm.

Rio: I fell for Kate

KATE Ferdinand has dubbed hubby Rio The Peckham Crawler after he tried to “style out” falling down a step when they first met.

The South London-born ex-footballer tells Mo GIlligan on Channel 4’s The Lateish Show tonight: “We were in Dubai in a beach bar.

“I saw her. She was eating a burger. She said she was going to the toilet and I said as a gentleman, ‘I’ll make sure you get to the toilet fine’.

“Started to walk before her, you know, with a little smoothness. And I just fell down this step, man.

“You know when you fall, I just started [he crawls on all fours] doing that, to style it out like I meant it.”

Michelle time trip

MICHELLE Keegan has fulfilled a career ambition by starring in a period drama.

The actress told The Sun’s TV Mag, free with tomorrow’s paper, she is obsessed with history.

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So getting a part in Sunday’s new BBC1 drama Ten Pound Poms, about a British family who move to Oz in the Fifties, gave her a fresh era to learn about.

She said: “We filmed in a town called Carcoar. Its tagline is, ‘The place that time forgot’ and it was like stepping into the Fifties, like you were walking through a museum.”

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