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03 November 2020 12:37

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Emily Atack says she 'questioned everything' about her new show following sexual harassment

Emily Atack has revealed she didn't tell Holly Willoughby about impersonating her in a new comedy show and is 'scared' how the This Morning host will react when she sees the sketch. The new Celebrity Juice star, who recently replaced Holly as team captain, pokes fun at the presenter's clean-cut image in a skit to feature on The Emily Atack Show. But Emily, 30, insists the gag is not 'malicious' and believes Holly will see the funny side when she watches the clip for the first time on Tuesday's This Morning, while the funny woman appears as a guest, as they both share a 'cheeky' sense of humour. 'I'm nervous!' Emily Atack has revealed she didn't tell Holly Willoughby about impersonating her in a new comedy show and is 'scared' how the This Morning host will react Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Emily said: 'I'm nervous about playing her the clip, I'm actually quite scared. 'But Holly's cheeky like me and got a good sense of humour so I just hope she finds it funny.

'It's simply I want people I admire on my show where I can do silly voices and make them do cheeky things they wouldn't normally do.' The clip shows Emily dressed as Holly filming a segment on This Morning before breaking wind at the end while the cameras are still rolling, blaming 'Gino's waffles.' The real Holly: The new Celebrity Juice star, who recently replaced Holly as team captain, pokes fun at the presenter's clean-cut image in a skit to feature on The Emily Atack Show 'I just hope she finds it funny!: But Emily, 30, insists the gag is not 'malicious' and believes Holly will see the funny side when she watches the clip for the first time on Tuesday's This Morning Oops!: The clip shows Emily dressed as Holly filming a segment on This Morning before breaking wind at the end while the cameras are still rolling, blaming 'Gino's waffles' Asked if she gave Holly a heads-up that she would be playing her in the new ITV2 series which starts on Wednesday, she said: 'No, I didn't tell anyone. But Emily insists she has nothing but respect for the presenter and says comparisons between them are 'humbling.' Emily added: 'Holly is the Queen of TV and everyone adores her. 'I didn't tell anyone': Emily revealed that she did give Holly a heads-up that she would be playing her in the new ITV2 series, which starts on Wednesday Emily filmed the ITV2 show during lockdown and each episode of the series will have a different theme, including Dating, Going Out, Family, Image, Friends and Growing Up, with celebrity impersonations scattered in between. The I'm A Celeb star also parodied TOWIE favourite Gemma Collins and Celebrity Juice host Keith Lemon. Emily, who grew up idolising Harry Enfield And Chums star Kathy Burke, is proud to be the first woman to front a sketch show in recent years.

'It's terrifying for me': Emily, who recently joined Celebrity Juice alongside Laura Whitmore, said having her own sketch show is both very 'liberating and exciting' 'It was a huge part of my life': The Inbetweeners star, who played Charlotte Hinchcliffe, said she has't ruled out reprising her role if writers Iain Morris and Damon Beesley brought it back Emily admits writing the series has given her the confidence to develop her own sitcom next year. But she hasn't ruled out reprising her role as Charlotte Hinchcliffe in The Inbetweeners, the cult Channel 4 sitcom in which she made her name, in the future if writers Iain Morris and Damon Beesley bring it back. Emily added: 'The Inbetweeners was a huge part of my life, people are always speculating about a Christmas special or another movie. 'It would be lovely': Emily predicts that her character Charlotte could reconnect with Will McKenzie, played by Simon Bird, after his storylines were always plagued by heartbreak Asked if her character Charlotte could reconnect with geeky Will McKenzie, played by Simon Bird, she added: 'I always think it was left on a bit of a heartbreak for him. The Emily Atack Show, starts on Wednesday November 4 at 10pm on ITV2 Emily added: "There's something about this sort of harassment that feels intangible, like it doesn't exist.

The Emily Atack Show will feature comedy skits and stand-up routines covering a range of topics, including everything from sex and dating disasters to one-night stands, and Emily explained that she wants the programme to encourage more women to talk openly about sex. It doesn't make us disgusting or slags – it is part of life," she said. Emily also spoke about a moment in the series which she included purely to get a reaction out of her parents, Kate Robbins and Keith Atack, in the hope that it would provide some much-needed laughter. "There is this one episode where I admit something to my mum and dad, something so mental, and it was purely to get their reaction," she said. "There's stuff your mum and dad really don't need to know, but the audience were screaming.

"I just want to give people watching a sense of escapism. It's coming at a time where we all need to laugh at naughty things – there's no reference to COVID whatsoever because I wanted people to be reminded of life and all the things we usually talk to our mates about. The Emily Atack Show begins on Wednesday (November 4) at 10pm on ITV2. If you've been affected by the issues raised in this story, you can access more information on their website or by calling the National Rape Crisis Helpline on 0808 802 9999. Digital Spy has launched its first-ever digital magazine with exclusive features, interviews, and videos.

Taking to her Instagram Stories, the blonde beauty delighted fans with an array of selfies ahead of a day packed with interviews. Emily, 30, oozed glamour as she posed up a storm for the camera while at home. The Celebrity Juice team captain was not going to let the coronavirus lockdown restrictions dampen herself as she "tarted up". Captioning her post, Emily penned: "Day of press for #TheEmilyAtackShow - it's all over Zoom which sucks a bit but hey I've tarted up anyway". (Image: Emily Atack/Instagram) Emily's plump pout was highlighted by a nude lipgloss as she offered a smile directly down the camera lens. The star who rose to fame on The Inbetweeners as Charlotte 'Big Jugs' Hinchcliffe recently admitted that three men have called her Big Jugs while in the bedroom. The Emily Atack Show airs on November 4 at 10pm on ITV2. 8 of the best celebrity gallery walls (and even the Queen is a fan!) Emily Atack has spoken out about the "disgusting" sexual harassment she receives on a daily basis, saying that it left her "questioning everything" about the way she was making her new sketch show. The Emily Atack Show features the actress and comedian performing a combination of stand-up comedy and scripted sketches about life as a young woman, including dating and sex. However, The Inbetweeners star recently told The Sun that she began to worry about the content of her show after continuously receiving unwanted and disturbing messages from men online. Related: Emily Atack on Zoom dating, her "outrageous" new project and why it's good to talk But Emily, who came second on I'm A Celebrity... in 2018, decided that she wasn't going to change her content or her image as a result of other people's behaviour. Related: I'm A Celebrity's Emily Atack hits back at troll following weight comment Emily added that she feels it is important to speak out about this type of harassment because it is "a blind spot, real under-the-radar stuff". "I'm a young woman who lives by herself and having men constantly sexually harass you in that way makes you feel so isolated.