When his career first kick-started back in 2009, Stirling found himself living a double life: by day a CBBC presenter chatting to a puppet dog, by night a gigging stand-up comedian with a Twitter page brimming with brazen jokes.
As its title implies, Crossing Swords is a sitcom medieval in setting and toilet in humour.
Seven celebrities will kick off the proceedings at a karaoke bar, belting out their renditions in both solo performances and group battles.
In a provocative twist, their fellow competitors will judge them, with a focus on passion and stage presence over voice.
The list of those on the mic includes TV personalities Scarlett Moffat and Roman Kemp, Ibiza Weekender’s David Potts, comedians Joel Dommett, Judi Love, Melvin Odoom and Luke Kempner, and Love Island’s Samira Mighty.
After a summer in the Love Island villa, the pair found love with Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins and also started their unlikely bromance.
The new series will see Fury and Pritchard swap jobs and tackle the challenges of stepping into each other’s shoes.
Professional boxer Fury will hang up his boxing gloves and put on his dancing shoes to train with a professional dancer and get ready for a ballroom competition.
Jeetooa said: “If you messed up your line, the boat team had to get on and very slowly reverse the boat back to the starting spot. That’s the reverse of shame.”
The 69ft narrow boat, called Dorothy, is the fifth star of Zomboat!. It plays a vital role as the very slow means of escape for sisters Kat and Jo and friends Sunny (Jeetooa) and Amar when a zombie apocalypse breaks out in Birmingham.
In the last couple of years, former contestants have found fame and fortune outside the villa, even if they didn’t find true love.
Here is a roundup of what happened next for some of the islanders from 2017 and 2018.
Timewasters has charmed critics and attracted healthy audiences with its mix of jazz, time travel and good jokes. Notably, it also has an all-black leading cast but, according to its creator, Daniel Lawrence Taylor, it is, “first and foremost”, a comedy.
Love Island is back for another series on ITV2.
Caroline Flack will introduce viewers to a fresh batch of singletons all in search of the summer of their lives, with passion, romance and drama from the beginning.
Last year, 1.5 million viewers tuned in to watch Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde win the show. This time round, the Love Islanders will be living in a brand new villa in paradise.