Channel 4 is reviving a Bruce Forsyth classic

It was one of the biggest game shows in the Eighties and Nineties

The Price is Right is making a huge TV comeback.

It was first hosted by Leslie Crowther, then Bruce Forsyth, and Joe Pasquale even had a go at hosting but failed due to low ratings.

But now, none other than Alan Carr, is set to host the show.

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According to The Sun, the production company Thames is making the pilot. Thames produce The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.

A source said: “Alan is seen as the perfect fit for The Price is Right.

“It’s an iconic programme so Channel 4 want to make sure they are getting it spot on.

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“All being well with the pilot, they will look at bringing it back properly for a full series and even celebrity specials.”

Bruce, 89, presented the show from 1995 to 2001, and was known for his catchphrase “Come On Down!”.

Oh, we miss Brucey.

The show sees contestants compete to win cash as well as prizes by guessing the price of certain household items.

Alan remembers watching it growing up, and feels it’s something he’s always wanted to do. “I’m so excited to be the new host of The Price Is Right”, he said.

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Adding: “It’s proper bucket list territory for me as I loved it when I was growing up and now for me to be at the helm of such a legendary show is a dream come true.

“It just leaves me with one thing to say . . .  come on down!”

We cannot wait!

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