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CelebAbility

ITV2 comedy game show. 22 episodes (3 series), 2017 - 2019. Stars Iain Stirling, Scarlett Moffatt and Marek Larwood.

Recording at Elstree Film Studios. Tickets

Press Clippings

Richard Arnold is almost strangled by a snake

Iain Stirling's CelebAbility was forced to a halt when Richard Arnold was almost strangled by a snake.

Rebecca Greenow, The Sun, 20th June 2019

A new series of the ITV2 gameshow, in which celebrities - loosely speaking - take on five contestants from the general public, in challenges based on the celebrity's own unusual abilities. They comprise reality TV's James Argent, Marcel Somerville, Paisley Billings and Jordan Davies, plus Hollyoaks' Jennifer Metcalfe.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 20th June 2018

Iain Stirling announces new podcast as Love Island returns

Iain Stirling, the voice of Love Island, has announced a book, podcast, further live tour extension, and limited Edinburgh Fringe run ahead of the reality show's return to screens tonight.

British Comedy Guide, 4th June 2018

TV and web comedies up for Broadcast Digital Awards 2018

Chewing Gum, In The Long Run, Man Like Mobeen, Roast Battle, The Young Offenders and This Country are amongst the nominees for the Broadcast Digital Awards 2018.

British Comedy Guide, 16th May 2018

CelebAbility to return for Series 2

Comedy challenge show CelebAbility is to return to ITV2 for a second series, with host Iain Stirling and adjudicator Marek Larwood.

British Comedy Guide, 19th February 2018

Meet Iain Stirling

The new host of CelebAbility talks to RadioTimes.com about why he'd never sign up for the show and how an IKEA sofa is a symbol of success.

Frances Taylor, Radio Times, 15th June 2017

Iain Stirling interview

Comedian Iain Stirling on voicing Love Island, swimwear launches and his new ITV2 show CelebAbility.

Caroline Westbrook, Metro, 15th June 2017

Iain Stirling to host ITV2's CelebAbility

Stand-up Iain Stirling is to host CelebAbility, a new physical comedy entertainment show on ITV2 based around celebrities' party tricks.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd May 2017