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Stephen Mulhern to launch new ITV show In For a Penny

OHMYGOSSIP — Stephen Mulhern is to launch his new ITV game show ‘In For A Penny’.
The 41-year-old TV presenter has finished filming the ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ spin-off, on which he gives members of the public the chance to win £1,000, and he laughed more filming the series than any other show.
He said: “I have absolutely loved filming this show. I don’t think I have ever laughed so much filming a series and it was all down to the Great British public, they are the real stars.
“I’ve been privileged to meet some of the most amazing people up and down the country and now the viewers will get to see just how funny and entertaining they are.”
Ant and Dec, who co-created the format, said: “It was always a highlight for us to watch this segment on ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ and we are delighted it’s now become a series.
“Stephen is the perfect host, his warmth, wit and all-round humour mixed with the great British public, who are not only brilliant but are also unfazed when a man in a sparkly jacket appears and asks them to take part in ridiculous games.
“It makes for some fantastically funny TV.”
Games on the show include Pump it Up, where the ‘Catchphrase’ host offers to pay for petrol if a driver can deliver the exact amount they had decided on beforehand in two trials.
Check it Out involves shoppers guessing whether goods running on a conveyor belt are more or less expensive than the previous item in a bid to win some free shopping.
The segment was introduced to the show last year, and Stephen previously revealed there were plans in place for it to get its own series, though he suggested there could be some changes.
He previously said: “Ant and Dec asked me to do it, which is really exciting. I just knew it was a winner. It’s gone down well. We’re hoping to get it off the ground later this year.
“We just need some time to work on it. Ideally, we’d make the cash prizes bigger too, just to up the ante.”
The ‘Big Star’s Little Star’ host was also keen to bring back the “golden days” of TV.
He added: “I love working with members of the public and I think you can have a lot of fun with them.”

Source: Female First
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