Our Keith Lemon Sketch Show competition is CLOSED. We're now emailing our lucky three winners. pic.twitter.com/EORPD4t6YO
— CelebMix (@thecelebmix) June 16, 2015
We have three copies of the hilarious Keith Lemon Sketch Show on DVD to give away! To enter, all you have to do is send your name to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject ‘Bang Tidy’. Competition closes on Monday at noon, and the winners will be announced on Monday 15th June at 18.00pm. Good luck! An unbelievably buxom Holly Willoughby, an antisocial urban fox and the ultimate TV mash up that is the Big Fat Gypsy Kardashians are just a few of the characters plumbed from depths of the imagination of the one and only Keith Lemon and brought together in the funniest, most anarchic series of 2015: The Keith Lemon Sketch Show. All six episodes as well as some never before seen exclusive extras are available to own on DVD from 15th June, courtesy of FremantleMedia International. The episodes will also be available to download to own onto any device at the same time. No star is safe from a bit of Lemon-flavoured lambasting and Keith has managed to cram in 49 hilarious characters into the series including a forest-dwelling Ed Sheeran, the perma-tanned David Dickinson who’s prepared to flog ‘Any Old Shit’ and pop sensations One Direction – all five of them *sob* He’s has even enlisted a few of his celebrity friends for special cameo appearances including Phillip Schofield, Emma Bunton, Jonathan Ross and Carrie Fisher. Keith says: “Really chuffed that me sketch show is now available on DVD, be nice if it was out on laser disc too! Although I know a lot of people don’t have a laser disc player. I don’t either but I like the idea of having a big DVD so if they shift loads I could have one framed on me wall, and live the dream like Rick Astley! I bet he’s gut nuff big discs on’t wall.” There’s over 50 minutes of exclusive extras to enjoy including an unseen scene with the real Arnold Schwarzenegger, behind the scenes featurette, unseen sketches and bloopers. The series was a ratings smash and is ITV2’s highest rating new launch in over 3 years, pulling in an average of over 1.1 million viewers per episode.