Actress Dame Joan Collins, reality TV star Gemma Collins (no relation), model and activist Munroe Bergdorf will all join Joe in Birmingham for episode three of his hilarious and entertaining Friday night 10pm show.
Katherine Ryan also returns once again, having twice failed to make it from the show’s barge Green Room into the studio to chat to Joe due to unforeseen circumstances.
The first week the barge became untethered, and Katherine was left drifting along Digbeth Canal, and last week her hair became inadvertently hitched to the barge doors, and unfortunately, she wasn’t freed on time before the show came off air.
She agreed to return for a third time (lucky?), but only on the basis that Joe does a u-turn on his decision to sack trainee Linda Biscuits, which has become the subject of a Change.org online petition.
As well as celebrity guests, Joe will be looking back on the week, transforming into right-wing news reader Richard Yewtree, and give another lucky member of the public the chance to win some of his own possessions, including his Lexus Hybrid car.
Guests so far this series have been Dame Joanna Lumley, Alan Carr, Alison Hammond, Daisy May Cooper, David Harewood, Rylan Clark and Greg James, who have joined Joe’s regular assortment of local Brummie and LGBTQ+ heroes, plus his two real-life aunties Pauline and Margaret.
The series launched with a whopping 1.4m viewers – becoming one of UK TV’s most-successful late night shows.
Late Night Lycett is available to stream now on All4 and new episodes air LIVE on Friday nights at 10pm on Channel 4.