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Gok's birthday kiss for Keith Lemon

Published 30/04/2015

Birthday boy Keith Lemon received a memorable birthday present from Gok Wan
Birthday boy Keith Lemon received a memorable birthday present from Gok Wan

Fashion expert Gok Wan treats Keith Lemon to a very special birthday kiss in tonight's episode of Celebrity Juice.

The pair played tonsil tennis as part of the comedian's birthday celebrations on the ITV2 quiz show.

Guests, including musician Professor Green, Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby and regular panellists Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Gino D'Acampo, all joined in with the fancy dress theme for the party.

Willoughby and Cotton dressed up as Absolutely Fabulous duo Eddy and Patsy, Professor Green painted his face green to become Jim Carrey's character The Mask, Crosby wore a military outfit inspired by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's Fight For This Love video and Wan dressed as Gangnam Style star Psy.

D'Acampo, who was dressed as Robin from Batman and Robin, revealed he had arranged a stripper for the birthday boy, who turned out to be his "Sheffield mum" when she popped naked out of a cake.

Lemon, who wore a wig and metal blades on his hands to dress-up as X-Man Wolverine, was celebrating his 32nd birthday. He is 10 years younger than his real-life alias Leigh Francis.

Other stars who made cameo appearances as part of the celebrations included Amanda Holden, Phillip Schofield, Olly Murs, June Sarpong and Johnny Vegas.

::Celebrity Juice: Keith's Birthday Party airs at 10pm on ITV2.

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