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  1. Being Keith by Keith Lemon
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Being Keith by Keith Lemon

And then they would say, 'Won't he feel like he's stepped back because he's been a captain? We film on Wednesdays and Wednesday doesn't exist to him. He loves it. And I'm excited that he's loving it. I think when Holly comes back again, all of us together, it's going to be unreal.

Celebrity Juice S08E04 Example, Lisa Snowdon, Chris Ramsey, Mo Farah

He's been a guest on Juice a couple of times and now that he's part of the Juice family it's ace. I love it, I do. I never know what he's going to say. And half the time I can't tell what he's saying! I'll be done.


I might wake up one day and go, 'I don't want to do anything any more, I just want to be a kids' author'. But I have enjoyed doing a kids' book as well because a lot of my friends have got kids. You've done a kids' book? The Beaver and the Elephant? It's not going to be rude if it's for kids. But I do have an adult book out called Little Keith Lemon that is rude and that's for you!

I've got a picture of her on my phone from when she was at our house having a tipple reading my book, and I'm going, 'Will you put that book down? Come on, we're having a party! This Christmas they'll all get a copy of my book for their kids. I do it with my finger. The Beaver is harder because he's got angles - he's got glasses. He's a little bastard. In my mind, you know the Bear from Bo Selecta? It's him. I've done the audiobook for it and I've done the Bear's voice, because I like the idea that the Bear's so wound up he's had to become another species to get a job.

He's loosely based on the Bear's attitude with a similar look to Alan Carr. The Sweaty Fox is Russell Brand. And maybe the Elephant's me, I don't know.

Just an idiot. But not, 'And the moral of the story is…' Just little messages like, 'Don't swallow chewing gum', and, 'Go to the toilet before you go on long journeys'. I remember reading about - this is getting serious now - Hugh Jackman having skin cancer on his nose. And I remember seeing him doing an interview going on about how important it is to protect yourself in the sun, and I thought, 'I'll do one about the sun'.

Because it is important, isn't it? And I thought it's a funny idea, an elephant putting suncream on. How much suncream would you use if you were an elephant? I've always done my own thing really. I enjoy myself. A lot of comics, especially recently with Robin Williams when he died and they said he was manic depressive, a lot of comedians I think - I don't even class myself as a comedian.

Celebrity Juice front man Keith Lemon signing book at Trafford Centre

But I'm a professional piss-about-er. I don't have a dark morose side really because I just enjoy myself. That's why it works on telly, especially Juice. I think people enjoy watching us enjoy ourselves, and we do, to the point where we forget we're on telly all the time.

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I don't have a dark side, but I'd never go in a reality programme because I don't want people to see me if I was for any reason in a bad mood. I don't want people to see negative, really. But I don't hate things ever. I'm not interested in things if I don't like them, rather than hating them. Being angry ages you. And I said, 'Could you give us a bit now? And it was a great show. I didn't get home until half 2 because I was celebrating with Gino, and then they didn't put it in.

So we did a compilation show yesterday which will go out over Christmas where I just blatantly did a link to it so they have to put it in. Big decisions there were, 'What do we do with your tash? I'm so excited about the sketch show because every day we film we go, 'That were t'best day, that were t'best day, that were t'best day'. There was a time when there was loads of sketch shows and now there isn't loads of sketch shows. I said now it's time, let's do it now. I play a fox. I play a plastic surgeon called Dr Tony.

He's really creepy. I don't know how happy Simon Cowell's going to be with me and my mate doing Sinitta and Simon Cowell.

There, they put a piece over me tash and then stuck this ginger bum fluff on my face. Carrie Fisher's in it, Princess Leia. There's a character called Nicky Doodles, who's a kids' presenter.

Keith Lemon signing his new book next week.

You know The Walking Dead? We do The Walking Bread. Bread zombies. And a breakdance sketch with John Thomson. In real life, I'm a good breakdancer but in the sketch I'm not. There's me being Miley Cyrus. And we have the Hairy Bikers. Word t' ya mum!

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How do! Apparently there's over 2 hours of ALL NEW unseen stuff that was too rude t' be seen on't telly, as well as all the best bits from Series 7, 8 and Word t'ya mum! Inside you'll find all the best bits from Series 1 - 9, as well as hours of unseen stuff that the ITV sex Fronted by the irrepressible Keith Lemon , ITV2 's Celebrity Juice is one of the most popular comedy shows on television, and now with Celebrity Juice: The Book you can recreate and relive all its irreverent, hilarious, and downright Keith, Holly and Fearne return for a second volume of Celebrity Juice hilarity that was just far too rude to broadcast on television.