It's easy to laugh along with Keith Lemon when he's flanked by celebrities sniggering and looking shocked at his every word on Celebrity Juice, but when the beast is unleashed into his own "reality" show, the joke wears a little thin. Despite this, Leigh Francis's comic creation is back with another series of Lemon La Vida Loca and Keith's now single, so that gives him ample opportunity for light-hearted women-pestering, best illustrated by his foray into music with the charmingly titled debut I Wanna Go On You.Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 6th June 2013
Here's what Keith Lemon had to say when I caught up with him for a quick chat...Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 5th June 2013
It was also great this week to see a softer side to Lemon La Vida Loca and that Rosie is human and simply wants to stop Keith's wandering eyes.UK TV Reviewer, 18th August 2012
Funnyman Keith Lemon will be in the hotseat when he joins us for a live webchat Q&A session today.Ayeesha Walsh, The Sun, 14th August 2012
But there have been enough knowing winks in the first two episodes to suggest it could have legs.
One thing, Keith. If you do want a second series, you and your lovely lady, Rosie, need to get busy in the baby-making department. These shows seldom survive if there aren't at least a couple of cute kids to coo over. Just ask Peter Andre (who, by the way, still loves his kids.)
Another thing which I think it's just excellent about Lemon La Vida Loca is the casting of Laura Aikman as Rosie - the title character's long-suffering girlfriend. She is playing the role just perfectly at the moment and is actually really, really authentic as her.UK TV Reviewer, 9th August 2012