Are you game for a laugh on TV show?
Paisley pals who are game for a laugh could take part in a new ITV2 gameshow.
CelebAbility returns to the channel later this year after a successful first series last year.
Hosted by the voice of Love Island, Scottish stand-up Iain Stirling, the show sees a group of friends go head-to-head with celebrities in a series of uniquely crazy rounds - all of which are based on the unusual skill or ability that the celebrities believe they naturally possess.
Highlights from the first series included Made in Chelsea's Stephanie Pratt reading a dog's mind, Olympic Medal winning gymnast Louis Smith attempting to eat a poppadum as quietly as possible and "always lucky" Joey Essex picking the right pigeon to be pooped on.
Other celeb guests included Laura Whitmore, Vicky Pattison, Pete Wicks, Maya Jama, Keith Duffy, Ed Gamble, Vogue Williams and Megan McKenna.
If the friends beat the celebrity, they could win PS5,000.
Producers are holding auditions in Glasgow soon.
If you're interested, email them on firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Publication:||Paisley Daily Express (Paisley, Scotland)|
|Date:||Feb 21, 2018|
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