ITV today reveal the celebrities taking part in the challenge of a lifetime, to row the entire length of Britain, in its brand new series Don’t Rock The Boat.
The 5 x 60 minute series will see twelve famous faces step out of their comfort zones and onto their sea legs as they compete in one of the toughest shows ever filmed on both land and sea.
Last week, we revealed 10 of the 12 celebrities taking part. You can read that article here.
Full list of celebrities:
Former MP Tom Watson
Olympic gold medalist Denise Lewis OBE
Broadcaster Jodie Kidd
Actor Craig Charles
Singer-songwriter Fleur East
YouTuber Joe Weller
Love Island winner Jack Fincham
Coronation Street actress Lucy Fallon
Olympic, World and European Champion Victoria Pendleton CBE
The Chase’s Shaun Wallace
Actor and presenter Adam Thomas
The Pussycat Dolls member Kimberly Wyatt
Taking the helm are Freddie Flintoff and AJ Odudu as they present the series and guide the celebrities through each leg of the race on the water and preside over the colossal coastal challenges on land.
Freddie Flintoff said, “I'm thrilled to be hosting this brand new show for ITV. It sounds like it's going to be a huge challenge for the twelve rowers so I'm pleased that I'll be spending most of my time on dry land...hopefully! It should be a great watch for everyone at home and I can't wait to get started.”
AJ Odudu added, “This is going to be a great show, with an epic line-up. Such a brilliant mix of personalities and challenges which always makes for good telly. I personally cannot wait to get going - especially filming with the legend that is Freddie Flintoff. We’re going to have so much fun! Bring it on!”
Don’t Rock the Boat (produced by South Shore) will push the twelve celebrity, split into two teams of six, to their physical and mental limits as they battle it out to complete over 500 gruelling miles. The two teams will also face a series of jaw dropping on-shore challenges to secure vital advantages over their opposition.
Don’t Rock The Boat will air on ITV later this year.