Celebrities have taken to the podium to raise money for charity for a number of series (Picture: Shine UK)
Pointless Celebrities is back to entertain quiz lovers on Saturday evenings, as a new host of famous faces try their best to lift the Pointless trophy and raise money for their chosen charity.
Presented by Richard Osman and Alexander Armstrong, the Pointless questions test the general knowledge of some of your favourite celebs.
Many fans will be tuning in to see how the celebs cope under pressure, but how has appeared on Pointless celebrities before?
Which celebrities have appeared on Pointless?
Richard Osman has hosted Pointless from day one (Picture; BBC)
Pointless Celebrities has been going for 14 series, and in that time many celebs from across TV, film, sport, and politics have appeared as contestants on the show.
The most recent episode included comedian Lou Sanders, TV presenter Chris Hollins, actor and presenter Dallas Campbell, actor Phil Daniels, comedian Jayde Adams and reggae singer/chef Levi Roots.
Actor and comedian Lucy Porter and I, Daniel Blake actor Dave Johns also featured as part of the lineup.
Other recent episodes of Pointless celebrities have followed a theme, as is tradition for the show.
A stand-up comedian special featured Rosie Jones, Miles Jupp, Russell Kane, Lucy Beaumont, Rhys James, Lloyd Griffith, Phil Wang, and Sindhu Vee.
The footballer special meanwhile had Chloe Morgan, Jenna Schillaci, Peter Shilton, Paul Parker, Jackie McNamara, John Hartson, Rachel Brown-Finnis, and David James step up to the Pointless podium.
Previous celebrity contestants include Gok Wan, Sally Phillips, Dick & Dom, Rick Stein, Katherine Ryan, Katy Wix, Lee Mack, and Josh Widdecombe.
Another themed episode can be seen pictured above, which saw a collection of stars form the 80’s put their general knowledge to the test, which included John Kettley, Bob Champion, Jo Durie, Carol Decker, and Dennis Seaton among-st the line-up.
Check out the full list of celebrity contestant over on the BBC’s Pointless Celebrities page.
How to apply to Pointless
Celebrities from the world of comedy, sport, TV, and more have featured on the quiz show (Picture: BBC)
You don’t have to be a celebrity to appear on Pointless.
You can apply to appear on Pointless through an online form on the show’s website.
Applications are currently closed, but the website recommends that you keep an eye Facebook page for the show for any news on when they reopen.
Pointless Celebrities is on Saturday at 7:50pm on BBC One.