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Bobby Brazier and family join Celebrity Gogglebox

Bobby Brazier and family join Celebrity Gogglebox
Bobby Brazier is to star in the new series of Celebrity Gogglebox alongside dad Jeff and brother Freddie.

EastEnders star Bobby Brazier is to appear on the new series of Celebrity Gogglebox alongside dad Jeff Brazier and younger brother Freddie Brazier.

The 20-year-old actor - runner-up on last year's Strictly Come Dancing - previously featured with Jeff in a one-off edition of the show for Stand Up To Cancer but is now on board for a full regular series.

A source told The Sun: "Producers are delighted that Freddie wants to join [Bobby and Jeff].

"The trio have great banter and it will be great to treat Bobby's huge fanbase to his rapport with Freddie.

"He has really propelled his family to stardom since coming runner-up on Strictly.

"Jeff adores working with his sons and the brothers are really close, so it could lead to more projects together."

Celebrity Gogglebox is expected to return for a new six-week run on Channel 4 this June.

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