The ITV2 entertainment series, which sees famous faces taking to the stage to belt out their favourite pop anthems, is unlikely to return for a fourth series, TV Zone understands.
Though ITV have no ruled out future series, TV Zone understands there's no immediate plans for a series this year. In the series, as well as performing, every celebrity was also a karaoke judge.
To win, they needed to impress their fellow celebrity competitors. At the end of every episode someone was sent home and new celebrities joined the competition hoping to be crowned the karaoke champion.
Celebrities who have taken part across the four series included Selling Sunset Star Chrishell Stause, presenter Karim Zeroual, Love Island finalist Laura Anderson, TOWIE favourites Chloe Sims and Bobby Norris, Dancing on Ice pro skater Matt Evers and social media stars Max & Harvey.
In 2021, a special Drag Karaoke Club was commissioned, which saw stars from all walks of Drag show off their performance prowess and entertain with epic solos.
As well as the celebrity contestants, each series saw VIP performances from pop stars past and present including Blue, Fleur East, S Club, Another Level’s Dane Bowers and 5ive.
Previous series of Celebrity Karaoke Club are available on ITVX.