Martin Kemp and Kerry Katona sign up to X-rated Channel 4 show | The Sun

IT is lined up as one of the rudest – and most random – TV show’s Channel 4 are putting out on the box this year.

But it seems the makers of the Really Rude Puppet Show have not struggled to sign up stars to join in.

Insiders revealed Martin Kemp and Kerry Katona have put their names down for the new six-part series which will see them reading out erotic fiction while puppets act out the moves.

A source said: “Martin and Kerry have both agreed to take part in the Really Rude Puppet Show, along with Coleen Nolan, Sam Thompson and Melvin Odoom.

“They all jumped at the chance to get involved in the project which is turning out to be hilarious.”

Former Great British Bake Off presenter Mel Giedroyc is hosting the show, which is set to air later this year.


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The Really, Really Rude Puppet Show will see her host a different celebrity every week reading out erotic fan fiction about the stars themselves.

Every lurid detail will be acted out, with celebs providing the words which will be lip-synched by the puppets.

A TV insider said at the time: “This is arguably one of the most bizarre and brilliant shows ever devised and it's certainly a departure for Mel.

“She'll be joined by a famous face who'll have to recall some of the saucy stuff that's been written about them over the years.”

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The six-parter will see each celeb join Mel for a “private book club” session, with both host and guest unaware of which story they're about to be confronted with.

Mel said: “This is going to be a celebration of erotic fan fiction. With puppets. Imagine a world where Jackie Collins meets Thunderbirds.

“I'm so looking forward to a trip to Love Island, via Tracy Island.”

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