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Whitmore and Keegan 'front runners' for Celebrity Juice

Laura Whitmore and Michelle Keegan are reportedly battling it out over who will replace Holly Willoughby on ITV2's Celebrity Juice.

The Love Island presenter, 35, is said to be in the line-up alongside fellow star Michelle, 32, who has just left BBC drama Our Girl.

Isabella Nikolic, Daily Mail, 9th May 2020

Holly Willoughby's replacement could be Michelle Keegan

Keith Lemon has hinted Holly Willoughby's replacement on Celebrity Juice could be Michelle Keegan.

Amanda Devlin, The Sun, 7th May 2020

Michelle Keegan pictured filming Brassic Series 2

Michelle Keegan showed off a new look as she was spotted for the first time filming the second series of the Sky comedy Brassic.

Manchester Evening News, 4th September 2019

Michelle Keegan interview

Brassic flips "grimy" perception of northern British working class.

Charlotte Krol, NME, 30th August 2019

Brassic is a new comedy from Shameless writer Danny Brocklehurst and actor Joe Gilgun (Woody in This Is England). Vinnie (Gilgun), sharp, witty, bipolar, is first seen wanting to jump off a bridge in the fictional northern town of Hawley, then launching into a Trainspotting-esque spiel ("Fuck the middle class, fuck the Guardian", etc). Vinnie thinks that life is "about having your mates, having a laugh, just finding a way to survive". Duly, this week's opening two episodes involved him, his best mate, Dylan (Damien Molony), and their gang becoming embroiled in hectic, caper-strewn plots encompassing everything from the kidnapping of Shetland ponies via dealing with underground fatbergs to hostile crime bosses.

Deeper themes lurk in Brassic, not least Vinnie's condition (Gilgun has bipolar disorder in real life), and Dylan's partner, young mum, Erin (Michelle Keegan), refusing to go along with the culture of extended adolescence, at one point acidly remarking to Vinnie that there appeared to be "three of them" in her and Dylan's relationship. "If it is, I'm the one getting the least sex", quipped Vinnie. On this showing, Brassic is funny, scratchy, surprising (Dominic West shows up as a useless, self-absorbed doctor), and promises to get darker.

Barbara Ellen, The Guardian, 25th August 2019

TV review: Brassic, series 1 episode 1

The ongoing plot looks intriguing as well with Gilgun's narration informing us at the end of the episode that this was the moment that everything changed for him, and I certainly plan to stick around and find out just how that happens.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 24th August 2019

Brassic review

This caper about a gang of friends creating their own entertainment on this and that side of the law brings to mind the best of Shameless.

Lucy Mangan, The Guardian, 22nd August 2019

Why 'Brassic' is going to be your next TV obsession

It's This Is England meets The Inbetweeners - with added Michelle Keegan.

Hanna Woodside, Cosmopolitan, 22nd August 2019