EastEnders, Emmerdale and Serious stars in front of new Mastermind Celebrity lineup

The lineup for this year’s Celebrity Mastermind has been confirmed – and there will be some incredibly weird and varied themes on display.

Lasting over 14 weeks, a total of 56 celebrities will take up the famous black chair with their chosen subject matter expertise, with Clive Myrie server.

Clive Myrie Hosts Upcoming Celebrity Mastermind


Clive Myrie Hosts Upcoming Celebrity MastermindCredit: BBC
A host of celebrities, including iconic Jackie Weaver, will be participating for 14 weeks


A host of celebrities, including iconic Jackie Weaver, will be participating for 14 weeks

Episode one features former England goalkeeper David James, comedian and actor Ellie Taylor, pop star Antony Costaand the most famous parish councilor in the country, Jackie Weaver.

As well as competing for a Celebrity masterminds trophy, celebrities are all raising money for their chosen charity.

Host Clive said of the show: “I can’t wait to reveal how some of the country’s most beloved celebrities deal with the black chair.

“It’s going to be fun for viewers, although maybe less for our celebrities, but win or lose, they’ll be helping their favorite charities. So let’s go continue.”

The entire lineup is as follows:

Week one

• David James, Roy Lichtenstein’s former England goalkeeper
• Antony Costa, singer in the musical Grease
• Jackie Weaver, board officer of the Riddick Chronicles
• Ellie Taylor, comedian on Geri Halliwell

Week two

• Ruthie Henshall, actress in Gene Kelly’s musical
• Chris Mason, BBC political correspondent on The Yorkshire Dales
• Poppy Jay, broadcaster on Cardi B
• Rufus Hound, comedian and actor on Jim Henson

Week three

• Janette Manrara, former professional dancer and serious TV presenter, in the Disney renaissance
• Nish Kumar, comedian on Jimi Hendrix
• Olly Smith, BBC Saturday Kitchen wine expert on Withnail and I
• John Altman, actor (Nick Cotton of EastEnder) on White Island

Week four

• Roger Black, former Olympic athlete in The Princess Bride
• Snoochie Shy, BBC 1Xtra Host & DJ on Giggs (rapper)
• Anna Soudbry, commentator and former Conservative MP on Fawlty Towers
• Natalie Anderson, actress (Emerdale’s Alicia Metcalfe) on Coco Chanel

Week five

• Maria McErlane, presenter and actress on the history of women cycling
• Superstar Vivienne, Ru Paul’s Drag Race on Cher
• Martine Croxall, BBC News presenter on Nellie Bly
• Ace, DJ and broadcaster on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Week six

• Philippa Dunne, actress (BBC2’s Motherland) in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining
• Phil Wang, New Zealand’s wine comedian
• Keith Brymer Jones, Channel 4’s Great Pottery Throw, Dame • Lucie Rie
• Dani Harmer, actor (Tracy Beaker) in Ru Paul’s Drag Race

Week seven

• Nina Conti, comedian and ventriloquist in Stephen King’s short stories
• Brenton West, from BBC1’s The Repair Shop on Formula One 1977-87
• Fatima Manji, journalist and Channel 4 news presenter about Queen Victoria
• Martel Maxwell, TV presenter (BBC1’s Homes Under The Hammer) on Freddie Mercury

Week eight

• Anne Diamond, broadcaster about the birth of British radar
• Shivi Ramoutar, TV chef on Sex and the City
• Eilidh McIntyre, Olympic sailing gold medalist on Karl Lagerfeld
• Chris McCausland, comedian on Pearl Jam

Week nine

• Jeremy Edwards, actor in the film Carrie Fisher
• Sonali Shah, TV presenter (BBC2’s Escape To the Country) about George Michael
• Dave Rowntree, musician (Blur drummer) on Nikola Tesla
• Camilla Tominey, journalist and broadcaster of the Back to the Future trilogy

Week ten

• Sian Williams, journalist and presenter of Channel 5 news on Anna Freud
• Sophie Duker, comedian and writer on The History Boys
• Sonny Jay, radio host (Capital FM) on One Direction
• Kellie Shirley, actress (Sky’s The Long Run) in Abigail’s Party

Week eleven

• Pat Nevin, former professional soccer player in PG Wodehouse’s Tale of Jeeves & Wooster
• Anna Nightingale, actress (Emmerdale’s Andrea Tate) on Oasis
• Tom Malone Jr, TV personality (Channel 4)’s Gogglebox on Ricky Hatton
• Roo Irvine, TV antiques expert (BBC1’s Bargain Hunt) on pedigree cats

twelfth week

• Martin Offiah, former England rugby player in the match against England
• Shazia Mirza, comedian George Carlin
• Own Wyn Evans, BBC weather presenter about the music of Britney Spears
• Amelle Berrabah, singer (The Sugababes) on the Mars expedition

Thirteenth week

• Charlie Higson, Actor and Classic Western Writer of the 1950s and 60s
• Adele Roberts, BBC Radio 1 DJ and broadcaster about planets in the solar system
• Ed Gamble, comedian on 30 Rock
• Paul Cooper, actor (BBC3’s This Country) about the 1966 World Cup

fourteenth week

• James Acaster, comedian about the history of ice cream
• Michelle Gayle, singer and actress in the early years of recording Def Jam
• Jean Johansson, TV presenter (Channel 4 of A Place In The Sun) on Kylie Minogue
• Charlotte Worthington, BMX Olympic gold medalist about Michael Jordan

Celebrity Mastermind will air on Saturday nights on BBC One from 5 February at 7:15pm.

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