EastEnders' Adam Woodyatt set for epic transformation for surprise new TV role | The Sun

AN EXCITING new show is soon coming to ITV, as a range of familiar faces undergo some very iconic transformations.

Queens For The Night is a drag-themed special, which will see the likes of EastEnders' Adam Woodyatt and Love Island's Chris Hughes undergo makeovers.

Lorraine Kelly is set to present the new show, with the panel made up with Spice Girls star Melanie C, comedian Rob Beckett, Drag Race USA finalist Courtney Act and West End performer and actor Layton Williams.

For one night only, a cast of celebrities will channel their inner drag queens and unearth the divas within in a fabulous competition like no other.

Created and produced by Tuesday’s Child, the show is set to launch on ITV and ITV Hub later this year. 

Celebrating the art and appeal of drag in spectacular style, this TV extravaganza sees a selection of stars undergoing the ultimate drag makeover. 

The show's lucky guests will include Coronation Street favourite Simon Gregson, fitness icon Mr Motivator MBE and Love Island star and TV presenter Chris Hughes.

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Also joining them will be member of popband Union J and I’m A Celebrity runner up George Shelley, actor and soap star legend Adam Woodyatt as well as England rugby star Joe Marler.

All six stars will be unleashing their drag alter-egos as they attempt to go head to head to be crowned the winning Queen.

Lorraine Kelly said: “I’m so excited to be hosting this show. I am a huge fan of Drag and can not wait to see a host of well known stars embrace this uniquely wonderful and uplifting skill.

"It's a show that will have humour, warmth and above all lots and lots of glamour, I can’t wait to get started.”  

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