The stars lined up for the second series of Celebrity Coach Trip have been announced by Channel 4.
Television legend Michael Barrymore, controversial X Factor contestant Wagner and Britain’s Got Talent’s Stavros Flatley are all among the stars set to join tour guide Brendan Sheerin for a two-week expedition around the Mediterranean.
During the trip, Barrymore apparently manages to fall off a horse and get into a foul-mouthed argument with a French waiter.
According to The Mirror, the former Strike It Rich host squared up to a French waiter before calling him a “c***”.
His spokesman confirmed the allegations, but insisted that his behaviour was a side effect of the medication he has been prescribed since falling off the horse.
Joining Barrymore on the journey will be ex-WAG Alex Best, Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik, Big Brother 8 star Brian Belo and model Emma B.
Along the way, Brendan will also welcome horse racing pundit John McCririck and his wife Jenny, as well as comic Stan Boardman and his daughter, Andrea.
As in previous Coach Trip series, the celebs will only get to keep on enjoying the trip as long as they remain popular with their fellow passengers, as every day ends in the dreaded yellow card vote.
Two yellow cards and the celebs have to pack their designer luggage and head home, to be replaced by new famous faces.
Celebrity Coach trip starts on 10 October at 5pm on Channel 4.