Scarlett Moffatt set to host her own live Saturday night show
The I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! winner has reportedly bagged her own Saturday night TV show.
Scarlett Moffatt has become somewhat of a television sensation over the past year, originally finding fame on Channel 4’s Gogglebox before being crowned Queen of the Jungle on ITV’s I’m A Celeb. The reality star now has her own spot on the immensely popular Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, in which she made a memorable debut appearance last weekend.
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Now, The Sun has reported that Scarlett has also secretly filmed a pilot episode of The Comedy Project for Channel 4.
The British Comedy Guide website claims that 26-year-old could be getting heavily involved in the improv series from the early stages.
The site explains how celebrity guests “will star in a series of topical comedy sketches; assuming a number of different roles across the show and they’ll have no idea what is going to happen from one moment to the next.
“With costume changes at each turn, in one instant they could be a co-anchor in our news show and in the next, a contestant on a baking show, or even giving a speech to the Prime Minister in the Houses of Parliament.
“Whether they are dressed as a fantastical warrior for a Game of Thrones parody or stripped down to a shredded pair of board shorts for their trip to Bear Grylls’ island, leading our star through this unique experience will be our troupe of the most talented impressionists, improvisers and character comedians in the country.”
A source informed The Sun: “Scarlett is now in huge demand from the TV industry. Channel 4 feel they created her through Gogglebox and don’t want to lose her to ITV.
“She was the first celebrity who they approached to do the pilot for The Comedy Project, which is likely to become a big show for them.”