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When will Suffolk’s Ed Sheeran appear on Celebrity Juice?

PUBLISHED: 08:31 01 November 2017 | UPDATED: 08:31 01 November 2017

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran, pictured performing at the Glastonbury Festival, has a Scottish fold cat. Picture: YUI MOK/PA WIRE

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran, pictured performing at the Glastonbury Festival, has a Scottish fold cat. Picture: YUI MOK/PA WIRE

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Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will join hosts Keith Lemon and Fearne Cotton on this week’s Celebrity Juice.

The show which airs at 10pm on November 2 on ITV2, sees the Shape Of You singer as the special guest captain in place of show regular Holly Willoughby.

Ed, from Framlingham, will be joined by sports TV presenter Chris Kamara, Geordie comedian Chris Ramsey and X Factor judge Louis Walsh.

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ITV approached Francis to create a show featuring his popular alter-ego, and after the success of the five-part series Keith Lemon’s Very Brilliant World Tour, the channel commissioned Celebrity Juice.

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