Ross Kemp seeks Dorset residents for new BBC show The Bridge of Lies


ROSS Kemp is looking for people from Dorset to take a new quiz.

The Bridge of Lies, which will be hosted by the award-winning Bafta presenter, will air on BBC One in spring 2022.

The 57-year-old calls out “fun and determined” people to apply for the new show.

The series will see teams of competitors compete against each other for money crossing the studio floor on a bridge made of springboards.

Each springboard has a different option, and players must try to move from A to B by stepping on the truths and avoiding the lies in order to cross the ground safely, or risk falling off the bridge and exiting the game.

Filming for The Bridge of Lies begins in Glasgow later this year.

Ross rose to prominence as Grant Mitchell on the BBC soap opera EastEnders.

He has since been recognized as a reporter for the Bafta-winning documentary series Ross Kemp on Gangs.

The TV personality said: “It’s fair to say that I’ve found myself in dangerous situations the past few years, so I think I’m well prepared for the danger of The Bridge of Lies – but the big question is, are you?

“We are looking for fun and determined candidates to join us in the studio for this exciting new quiz.

“There’s even a chance you’ll come home with the jackpot, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get there – literally.

“This show is unlike anything you’ve seen before, and it will certainly be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all who attend.”

The show’s producers, STV Studios, said The Bridge of Lies promises “high drama and high stakes that will keep the competition on their toes.”

STV Studios is specifically looking for teams of four to get in touch.

“Whether you are family, friends or coworkers, if you have a lot of personality and can think outside the box, apply now,” said a spokesperson.

To participate in The Bridge of Lies, please send an email to [email protected].

Applications for the show close on November 5.


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