Nick Grimshaw, Amber Gill, Vicky Pattison and Pete Wicks have joined forces for a new reality show with a major twist set to air in March.
The group are taking part in a new E4 series called Josh Must Win which will feature several members of the public as contestants, but not everything is as it seems.
The show’s contestants believe they are competing in a popularity contest called The Favorite.
However, among the players there is an underdog that no one expected named Josh.
All the players (including Josh) believe they are fighting to be the most popular and win a cash prize in The Favorite.
Nick Grimshaw, Amber Gill, Vicky Pattison and Pete Wicks have joined forces for a new reality show with a major twist
But what none of them know is that next door lives a group of celebrities, who plan their own strategy game and do everything they can to make sure Josh wins, without blowing their cover.
Faced with their biggest challenge yet, they will do everything they can to influence the game: setting tasks, introducing format changes, mastering the art of manipulation, and using everything they’ve learned about reality TV and popularity to ensure Josh’s triumph. .
Vicky previously starred in Geordie Shore, while Amber won series five of Love Island and Pete Wicks is best known for starring in TOWIE.
It comes after Amber recently opened up about her ADHD diagnosis for the first time during an appearance on Shivani Pau’s podcast. An ancient mind.
In a joint Instagram post, shared with Shivani on Monday, Amber posted a clip in which she talked about how her undiagnosed ADHD affected her post-Love Island life before she was finally diagnosed at the age of 24.
He told Shivani, who has interviewed the likes of Stephen Bartlett and Jamie Laing: “I’m going to tell a story – I don’t think I’ve said this before.”
“I was getting too distracted, I was being too perfectionistic, there were so many things going wrong.
“And I remember seeing what people were saying and they were like, ‘Why isn’t Amber doing anything? “She won the show, people seem to be doing a lot more than her.”
On Monday, Amber Gill, 26, broke her silence about her ADHD diagnosis at the age of 24 for the first time on Shivani Pau’s A Millennial Mind podcast.
Amber and Shivani shared an Instagram clip in which Amber opened up about life after her Love Island win (Amber appears in the photo shortly after saying she would get tested for ADHD in August 2021).
“And I thought, ‘What’s really going on? Maybe I have ADHD. I’ve operated this way for 23, 24 years. Why do I need to research it now?
‘Even after I was diagnosed, I still didn’t want to take medication. And I don’t know if that’s because there’s a stigma around medications.
“I thought, ‘I don’t want to change my personality. “I don’t know what ADHD is and what I really am as a human being.” So he was really scared.”
The star first announced that she might get an ADHD test in 2021, however, she did not share the results.
She came out as gay in 2022 and commented that she could no longer stand a relationship with a man because they made her “feel sick.”
When asked why people were so up in arms after this, Amber responded, “Because I come from a very straight show.”
“I’ve never made people realize that that could be something for me, so I think people were like, ‘What?’ Where does it come from?”‘
His first public same-sex relationship was with Arsenal star Jen Beattie, whom he dated from December 2022 to November 2023.