Would I Lie To You? – 28 January 2021 – 28/1/2021 – Thursday – ABC
Joining team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell this week are comedian Jo Brand, singer and Spice Girl Emma Bunton, athlete Jonnie Peacock and actor Shaun Williamson.
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About Would I Lie To You?
Celebrities reveal unusual facts and tell embarrassing stories (some of which are true) on this comedy panel game. What could be better in the current celebrity-obsessed culture? Two teams of four celebrities compete against each other on each episode. The teammates reveal unusual facts and embarrassing stories about themselves — some true, some not. The opposing team must determine what is true and what is made up. A team gains a point for correctly guessing the validity of the opposing team’s story. If a team guesses incorrectly, the team that told the story gets the point.
This show is broadcast on the ABC.
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