VICKY Pattison was named Queen of the Jungle and took life on Geordie Shore in her stride.
But E4’s All Star Driving School could be her biggest challenge to date, as she and other stars attempt to pass their driving test in just a week! Here’s what you need to know about the show…
What time is All Star Driving School on TV tonight?
All Star Driving School continues tonight on E4 (Thursday October 5) at 7.30 pm.
It goes up against The One Show on BBC One, Antiques Road Trip on BBC Two, Coronation Street on ITV and the news on Channel 4.
What happens in All Star Driving School?
A number of celebrities are behind the wheel as they are put through an intensive course and tasked with learning to drive in a week.
A source said: “There will be all sorts involved, from three-point turns to rally driving and off-roading in 4x4s.
“But it’s not just driving, as producers want it to be really wacky and light-hearted.
“The stars will face safety tests that involve canyon swinging and navigation challenges where they will be left in the woods in the middle of the night and forced to make their way home.
“If they do well they will be given treats at the end of the day, including meals and spa treatments.
“But if their driving isn’t up to scratch, they will face a forfeit such as changing a tyre with a grumpy mechanic.”
Who else is learning to drive with Vicky Pattison?
Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison was the first contestant to sign up to All Star Driving School, where she is tasked with learning to drive in just seven days.
And it’s certainly a sweet deal for Vicky, who will be paid £5,000 and get a new Suzuki Ignis to drive for six months in return for taking part.
Other famous faces being put to the test and hoping to conquer the roads are:
- Kimberly Wyatt, former Pussycat Doll
- Francis Boulle of Made In Chelsea fame
- Sketch and Paisley from Tattoo Fixers
- Nathan Henry from Geordie Shore
- Connor Ball of The Vamps
- CiCi Coleman takes a break from the First Dates restaurant
- Claudia Fragapane the Olympic gymnast