The Fun Experts at Sunshine Events caused a storm on Celebrity Juice last week when its panel of celebs were caught up in a crispnado!
Keith Lemon and his celebrity guests on the hit comedy show took part in a crazy game to catch as many crisp packets as possible in Sunshine Event’s fun Cash Grabber.
The TV network hired the Preston-based entertainment equipment suppliers for the evening’s entertainment, filling the cash cube cylinder with snack packets instead of foil tickets.
BangTidy guest Joey Essex battled it out against Ella Eyre to see who could beat the weather warning but girl power triumphed, with Ella Eyre coming out on top in the Crispnado challenge.
James Sandwell, Director of Fun at Sunshine Events, said: “We were delighted to be asked by ITV2 to help Keith Lemon put on a fantastic show for his celebrity guests. We’ve supplied entertainment for thousands of events across the UK and to see famous faces having so much fun with our equipment is extremely rewarding.”
Missed the episode? Watch it again on the ITV Player and keep your eye out of our fun Cash Grabber!
For all your corporate event management and entertainment needs, speak to the Fun Experts at www.sunshineevents.co.uk or call 01772 736200.
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