A mix of politicians, reality stars and Britain’s Got Talent finalists will take part in series two of ITV’s ‘Sugar Free Farm’.
A new cast of famous faces has been revealed, who will undergo a challenging dietary experiment: living entirely without sugar, refined carbohydrates, cheap meat, bad fats and all processed foods for 15 consecutive days.
The four part prime-time series will see seven famous faces push their bodies to the limit as they live in a farm worker’s cottage in Hampshire, and do hard graft in exchange for only the natural, wholesome food they produce themselves.
This time around the challenge is bigger, tougher and longer as they go cold turkey on not just sugar, but all refined carbohydrates, plus the cheap meat and bad fats hidden in so much processed food.
Instead they’ll embrace a completely new, healthy lifestyle.
Stepping up to the sugar free plate include the fifth incarnation of Doctor Who and star of classic drama series All Creatures Great and Small, Peter Davison and former Conservative Party MP and Strictly’s very own twinkle toes, Ann Widdecombe.
Joining them will be much loved comedian and King of the Jungle, Joe Pasquale, This Morning’s resident showbiz reporter, Alison Hammond, star of TOWIE, Gemma Collins, and Britain’s Got Talent finalists, father and son dance duo, Stavros Flatley.
Under the watchful eye of the show’s new nutritionist, Hala El-Shafie, will the sugar craving celebrities survive the gruelling challenge and change their unhealthy eating habits for good?
Sugar Free Farm airs on ITV in January 2017.