The Circle 2021 reveals Charlotte Crosby will lie and pretend to be Peter Andre on the game

THE Circle's celebrity 'catfishes' have been revealed – with Charlotte Crosby pretending to be Peter Andre.

The upcoming celebrity installment is set to launch on March 9 – and has a host famous faces pretending to be some of the country's best-loved personalities in a bid to become the show's most popular player.

Hoping to deceive their fellow players also are Loose Women stars Kaye Adams and Nadia Sawalha, who will enter The Circle pretending to be Gemma Collins.

Drag Race UK alum Baga Chipz will attempt to convince the stars that she's feisty Kim Woodburn while Lady Leshurr will be playing as rapper Big Narstie in the game.

Following their cunning lead, presenters Rickie Haywood-Williams and Melvin Odoom will pretend to be

Meanwhile MIC's Sam Thompson and Towie star Pete Wicks hope to fool the players as Countdown beauty Rachel Riley.

However not all the stars are hoping to pull the wool over their fellow celebrities' eyes as Denise Van Outen, Blue singer Duncan James and YouTuber Saffron Barker will all play themselves.

The six-part series was filmed in autumn last year, with the celebrities having no idea who was catfishing and who was keeping it real.

The Circle sees each contestant move into a newly refurbished block of flats in London – and handed the keys to their own apartment.

None of the show's participants ever meet one and instead, they communicate by a specially designed social media app called The Circle.

The platform is completely voice activated, meaning the contestants speak to one another through the app – rather than face-to-face.

The game means that each person can pretend to be whatever, and whoever, they want to be.

They only get the opportunity to see another contestant when they are knocked out of the game.

At the end of the series, the most popular player – the person who accrues the most likes – will be in with a chance to win the £100,000 prize money.

However, the celebrity installment is in aid of Stand Up for Cancer, a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, so the prize money will be going to the worthwhile charity.

Emma Willis returns as host, delivering the players some surprise alerts along the way.

Meanwhile comedian Sophie Willan resumes her role as the show's voiceover.

The Celebrity Circle starts Tuesday 9 March on Channel 4.

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