Huge Brit popstar signs up for Celebrity Gogglebox alongside his dad | The Sun

HUGE Brit popstar Tom Grennan is the latest famous face to take part in Celebrity Gogglebox.

The singer has signed up for the popular Channel 4 show alongside his dad.

Tom, who is best know for songs such as Little Bit of Love, Not Over Yet and Remind Me, is thrilled to be joining the Gogglebox family.

The superstar confirmed the news to the Metro.

He said: ‘So excited for Gogglebox, especially filming with my Dad.

"I’ve said to him be ready to become a national treasure.

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"We’ve always been fans of the show and are both buzzing to be part of it."

The exciting news comes months after Tom was forced to stop his huge London 02 Arena gig when an audience member fainted.

The hitmaker rushed off stage of his first ever arena tour, What Ifs and Maybes, to get some water for the person in need.

Weeks before Tom made a super fan's dreams come true by inviting them up on stage at the Newcastle Utilita Arena.

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It comes after The Sun revealed that Katherine Ryan and her husband Bobby Kootstra have also signed up to star in Celebrity Gogglebox.

The comedian told us: “It’s usually just the dogs who get to see us watch TV, so we’re excited to welcome viewers into our home as we decompress in our favourite spot – the sofa.

“We’ve been huge Gogglebox fans for years and we are thrilled to be taking part.”

The newbies will join series, which will also see Zoe Ball, Johnny Ball and Woody Cook, Denise Van Outen and Duncan James, plus Shaun Ryder and Bez return to our screens.

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