Katie Price, Simon Webbe and Simon Gregson are among the ten celebrities taking part in W's live spooktacular Celebrity Haunted Mansion this week.
Spending up to five nights in the terrifying gothic mansion, the full lineup is:
Lydia Bright (The Only Way Is Essex), Simon Gregson (Coronation Street), Alison Hammond (This Morning), Jay Hutton (Tattoo Fixers), boxer Anthony Ogogo, actress Jorgie Porter, Katie Price, Blue's Simon Webbe, Mark-Francis Vandelli (Made in Chelsea) and Luisa Zissman (The Apprentice).
The celebrities will be split into two teams, led by paranormal experts Jack Osbourne and Jason Hawes. They'll take part in live ghost hunts and attempt to uncover the secrets of the mansion while hoping to survive the public vote each night and end the series as champion celebrity ghost hunter. Overseeing it all will be hosts Christine Lampard and Matt Richardson.
Celebrity Haunted Mansion will air for five nights from Wednesday 21st February at 9pm on W, with the first night also live on Really.
#CelebHaunted Twitter: @Wchannel Insta: @wtvchannel
For press requests and interviews, please contact:
Sky 109/245, Virgin 124/191, BT & TalkTalk 407 / On demand on Sky and Virgin
W is UKTV's premium entertainment channel, offering audiences a dazzling mix of UKTV original series; Dr Christian Will See You Now, John Bishop: In Conversation With..., The Davina Hour, The Secrets In My Family and Inside the Ambulance alongside handpicked gems from the BBC and Channel 4 including series from Louis Theroux, David Beckham, Stacey Dooley as well as the same day repeat of EastEnders.
UKTV is a commercial broadcaster reaching over 40m viewers every month.
The award-winning independent has eleven imaginative brands - UKTV Play, Dave, W, Gold, Alibi, Yesterday, Drama, Really, Home, Eden and Good Food. These include the two most popular non-PSB channels in the UK and account for nearly 10% of the British commercial TV market.
The network delivers inspired channels to audiences through Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk, YouView, Freesat, Amazon Fire and UKTV Play, and distributes its highly valued original programmes to 200 territories. Now celebrating over 20 years at the forefront of digital television, UKTV - an independent commercial joint venture between BBC Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. (SNI) - is proud to be the first British television broadcaster in The Sunday Times top 100 companies list.