The Justin Lee Collins Show

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The Justin Lee Collins Show
Presented by Justin Lee Collins
Starring Justin Lee Collins
Country of origin United Kingdom
Location(s) London, England
Running time 60 mins (inc. adverts)
Original network ITV2
Picture format 16:9 (HDTV)
Original release 19 March – 21 May 2009
Related shows Alan Carr: Chatty Man
The Sunday Night Project

The Justin Lee Collins Show is a British television chat show presented by Justin Lee Collins that aired on ITV2 between 19 March 2009 and 21 May 2009. Collins has a small band on the show and a continuing theme is to mention Labi Siffre as part of a joke. The series ended after one series after Collins signed a two-year deal with Channel 5.[1]


Episode Number Air date Guests Blast from the past Ratings
1 19 March 2009 Billie Piper, Catherine Tate, Kevin James Jane Tucker from Rainbow 419,000
2 26 March 2009 Davina McCall, Rose Byrne, Todd Carty, Melinda Messenger Janis Levy from the Cadbury's Flake adverts Under 405,000
3 2 April 2009 Kirsty Gallacher, Ben Miller, Katherine Kelly Dennis Seaton from Musical Youth Under 358,000
4 9 April 2009 Whoopi Goldberg, Michelle Ryan, Tony Christie, Pat Sharp Graham Skidmore ('our Graham') from Blind Date Under 555,000
5 16 April 2009 Alan Carr, Carol McGiffin, Andrea McLean, Chris O'Dowd Keith Jayne from Stig of the Dump 480,000
6 23 April 2009 John Barrowman, Jason Isaacs, Louis Walsh, Cheryl Baker Iain Lauchlan from Fingermouse Under 418,000
7 30 April 2009 Chris Moyles, Tim Westwood, Fay Ripley, Eamonn Holmes
Justin performed a duet of Dead Ringer for Love with Lorraine Crosby
Eileen Pollock ('Lilo' Lil) from Bread 414,000
8 7 May 2009 Martin Freeman, Alesha Dixon, Paul Danan, Boyzone N/A Under 448,000
9 14 May 2009 Hank Azaria, Alexander Armstrong, McFly, Jonas Brothers Jenny Logan, the Shake n' Vac woman Under 558,000
10 21 May 2009 Fern Britton, Bear Grylls, Mark Ronson, Daniel Merriweather, The Cheeky Girls
Justin performed a duet of Beggin with Daniel Merriweather
Brenda Longman, the voice of Soo from Sooty and Sweep Under 498,000


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