EASTENDERS actress Maisie Smith and singer Frankie Bridge are set to front a hilarious new game show from the BBC.
They will be led by YouTube star Yung Filly on the programme packed full of cheeky pranks and eye-opening celebrity house tours.
Yung Filly’s Celeb Lock-In kicks off on BBC Three next month and will also see Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing and Sophie Haboo inviting viewers into their homes.
During the three-part series, Yung Filly picks four households from across the UK to take part in a variety of challenges.
With nothing deemed as off-limits, viewers can expect to see “rap freestyles, celeb prank phone-calls and exclusive house tours, bad dancing, and lots and lots of chaos”.
19-year-old Maisie, who has become a bit of a TikTok star during lockdown, kicks off the action in the first episode.
She’s joined by her mum Julia to lip sync an iconic EastEnders’ scene for competitors from Scotland.
Fans of the soap will recall the memorable moment Zoe Slater screamed at Kat: ‘You ain’t my muvva!’, only for Kat to reveals that she was in fact Zoe’s mother – and not her sister.
Reality favourites Jamie and Sophie help out in episode two, virtually welcoming teams from the West Midlands into their Chelsea home.
Wayne and Frankie lead the action in the final show and during a tour of their home, competitors must guess how many household objects former footballer Wayne can kick into a goal.
X Factor winners Rak Su also make unwitting appearance on the last episode, where they’re hilariously pranked by the host.
The show is available to stream as a boxset on BBC iPlayer from 6am on August 2.