Six celebrities are donning their aprons and picking up their paint brushes for their chance to win Celebrity Painting Challenge, tackling artistic assignments and tasks — including a life drawing class featuring Keith Allen in the (mercifully pixellated) nude — along the way.
So who are the six celebs brave enough to have their art judged by the nation? Read on…
George Shelley is a musician and radio presenter, and was a founding member of the boy band Union J. Last year he appeared in a BBC3 documentary entitled George Shelley: Learning to Grieve, in which he opened up about the loss of his sister.
TV personality and decorator Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is probably best recognised for his role as a “home consultant” on the BBC home makeover programme Changing Rooms. He also appeared as a judge on the ITV reality series Popstar to Operastar.
Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress Jane Seymour is probably best known for starring in the James Bond film Live and Let Die , The Scarlet Pimpernel, East of Eden and in the US TV series Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman.
Phil Tufnell is a presenter, TV personality and former professional cricketeer. He’s a previous winner of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, and has also appeared on They Think It’s All Over, A Question of Sport (on which he’s a regular team captain), and Strictly Come Dancing.
Amber Le Bon
Daughter of Duran Duran lead singer Simon Le Bon and model Yasmin Le Bon, Amber Le Bon is a model and presenter, and has appeared in campaigns for various high street brands.
Welsh TV presenter Josie d’Arby has worked on various high-profile BBC and CBBC series and radio shows, including Inside Out, The Steve Wright Show, and BBC Proms in the Park.
The four-part series launches on Thursday 4th April at 8pm on BBC1 and continues every Thursday until 25th April.