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Love Island's Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have landed their first TV gig with the reality star's dad, Danny Dyer, and they couldn't have picked a more awkward show to appear on together.
Jani and the soap actor have all signed up to star on the next episode of Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice, airing Thursday, 13th September at 10pm over on ITV2.
For Celebrity Juice's 10th birthday special, Jack, Dani and Danny will all be grilled by show host Keith, and there's no doubting that there will be plenty of awkward questions.
They will be taking part in all the weird and innuendo-packed challenges, meaning it's bound to make for some great watching.
The trio will be appearing alongside Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton, as well as special guests Ashley Roberts and Paddy McGuinness.
Fans have been hoping to have a double dose of Dyer with Jack thrown into the mix ever since Love Island came to an end, and thankfully Celeb Juice has answered all of our prayers.
Jack and Dani made their first joint interview on This Morning on Tuesday, opening up on life outside the villa, and revealing how they've been getting on now that they are living together in a 'gaff' in Canary Wharf.
Sitting on the ITV chat show's sofa, the lovebirds revealed that they love living together, although Dani already has some strict rules in place for Jack.
Speaking about their pad, Jack gushed: "I love it," while Dani echoed: "It's fun. I feel like a house wife though."
Revealing Dani's house rules, the stationery salesman added: "She has a show bathroom. I'm not allowed use it and there's loads of display stuff in there I can't use."
The couple admitted that it has been hard getting used to their new fame and being following around by cameras, although that won't stop Dani from popping outside with her slippers on.
She explained: "They take pictures of you, sometimes you don't look your best and that's the hardest thing really.
"It is difficult. You walk in [to the villa] as one person and come out and everyone knows you."