Claudia Winkelmann He won a deal for this year’s Big Fat competition, reports say.
The presidents on Channel 4 are said to be “energetic” because they included Strictly’s Claudia in the comedy show.
She has proven successful with viewers in the past, debuting six times at the annual show and in three occasional specials.
A TV insider said, “Claudia is exactly the type of celebrity.” The Daily StarIt’s very funny, of course, and a laughing game.
She is joined by other veterans of the series David Mitchell and Richard Aywad, as well as Joe Lisette and James Exeter, who had starred in them in previous years.
Stacy Solomon and Maya Gamma will also be back from last year.
And of course, Jimmy Carr will return to hosting duties.
“To which song did Donald Trump show his dance moves this year? What unique gift did Kanye give Kim to on her birthday?” Said a Channel 4 spokesperson in a quick glance of what’s coming.
“What term was coined to summarize Harry and Meghan’s move in the United States?”
And what did Vogue describe as the ‘most sexually charged product’ of 2020?
“All these questions and many more will be answered. Question expert Jimmy Carr join a panel of celebrity contests as they compete to see who remembers more than 12 months ago.”
We can also expect Claudia to be back on our screens coming on Saturday with co-host Strictly Tess Daly.
To demonstrate her realistic nature, Claudia has recently opened up about her nerves before the show – which keeps her awake at night.
She shared, “If I ever see Tess doing the show wearing something with a big sleeve, it’s because I had injured her arm where I pressed him because I’m so tense.
“I can’t do that right now, but I’m really scared.
“ Not because I think I’m doing anything important – I’m not into scrubs holding a scalpel – it’s just because I don’t want to let this magic team, which they are, fall.
“On live TV, we are little gears and if you walk away from the piste and talk for too long, you spoil it for everyone.
“I just want to be obedient. Being obedient at work, not in life, is a good thing. So I never fell asleep precisely the night before.”