Taking Stock. Kate (Kelly Brook).

Kelly Brook

Eamonn Holmes welcomes his wife Ruth Langsford to the dating-themed panel show. In her absence, she's often the subject of the host's self-mockery, so now she can turn the screw in person. Also guesting on the series closer are Russell Kane, Al Porter and Carol Vorderman. There's cheeky banter - personified by Kelly Brook as one team captain - but the show is made somewhat edgier by her rival, the naturally hilarious Vicky Pattison.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 19th August 2016

Eamonn Holmes is released from daytime TV to embrace his cheeky side on this panel show about the perils of dating. Perennial pin-up Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattison, who made her name on Geordie Shore but is crafting herself a fine career as a TV personality, are captains. Sharply scripted one-liners keep things on the right side of Celebrity Juice-style crassness, but few gags are off-limits, so expect plenty of mother-in-law and Tinder-based laughs.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 12th August 2016

Eamonn Holmes hosts this bawdy panel show, in which two teams reveal far too much about their experiences in the world of dating and relationships. Heading up the teams are Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattinson from Geordie Shore, with games such as First Impressions, in which the contestants have to guess which guest is responsible for the anecdote told by Eamonn. There's another round called Bonkbusters. God help us all.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 23rd June 2016

Kelly Brook tipped for Celeb Juice return?

It seems Kelly Brook is now the go-to person for maternity leave cover. She covered for Fearne Cotton as a team captain on Celebrity Juice and, now, the 34-year-old model and actress could be set to do the same for mum-to-be Holly Willoughby.

Metro, 19th March 2014

Kelly Brook transforms into a man for Celeb Juice Xmas

Kelly Brook transforms into a man for the Celebrity Juice Christmas special.

Ashley Percival, The Huffington Post, 21st November 2013

Love him or hate him, Keith Lemon is everywhere and Celebrity Juice is a phenomenally successful ball of harmless, crude fun that also happens to be BAFTA-winning. Ergo, it deserves a place here [in the week's top 5 picks].

The launch of Juice's tenth series has extra significance as it marks Fearne Cotton's return to the show following maternity leave, and Keith will surely be making up for lost time by unleashing a barrage of nostril jokes.

Holly Willoughby, Spud the dog and the show's trademark crazy games like 'Shouting One Out' and 'Spot the Golden Potato' are also making a reappearance, while dumped team captain Kelly Brook is presumably watching at home like the rest of us while cutting up pictures of 'Danny Cappuccino'.

Daniel Sperling, Digital Spy, 25th August 2013

Keith Lemon to book Kelly Brook again?

Holly Willoughby thinks Kelly Brook will return - because of host Keith Lemon. Holly said: "He'll make sure she comes back so he can flirt again."

The Sun, 23rd May 2013

In the spirit of full disclosure: I actively dislike Celebrity Juice. I'm not even sure why I'm reviewing it; watching Celebrity Juice makes me feel dirty in all the wrong ways. It is like comedic torture.

For those blissfully unaware of Celebrity Juice, it is a 'celebrity entertainment' panel show. Keith Lemon (Leigh Francis) is your host: a tanned, bleached, ginger-moustached Yorkshireman. His team captains are attractive, large breasted blonde Holly Willoughby and attractive, large-breasted brunette Kelly Brook. Guests this week include Connor Maynard (yeah, I'd never heard of him either), Richard Madley, Johnny Vegas and Dermot O'Leary. The show is made up of a series of challenges and games, and the winning team of each game wins some points.

I can't say much positive about it, other than Johnny Vegas was pretty good. But it's not hard for someone genuinely funny to stand out in this sort of setup. I would imagine the show's main target demographic is the sort of person who thinks that changing someone's Facebook status to "I'm gay" is the height of comedy (Ha ha ha - isn't human sexuality hilarious...). How it has quite so many fans just completely baffles me. Maybe the average person relates to jokes about boobies, muffs and wank jokes. Is this what it has come to?

Shaun Spencer, Giggle Beats, 20th May 2013