Diversity’s Ashley Banjo, Perri Kiely and Jordan Banjo are facing one of the scariest nights of their lives for charity.
Release The Hounds is back with a celebrity special for Christmas this Thursday, 18th December.
The chosen Diversity members Ashley Banjo, Perri Kiely and Jordan Banjo will be aiming to win cash for their chosen charities on Release The Hounds.
The festive special sees the boys enter a forest at dusk, in a quest to unlock chests full of prize money. To locate the keys, the dance troupe must enter an abandoned morgue, housing some former cheeky X-Factor contestants, go crackers at a spooky Christmas lunch, and get in a spin in a right royal nightmare. But the ultimate challenge for them is to all out-run a pack of hounds, trained to guard the cash at all costs. If they manage to escape, the money goes to their chosen charity.
Before the challenges even began Perri said: “I’m slow, I’m scared and I want to go home.”
The Diversity boys are playing for charities, NSPCC and Princess Diana Anti Bullying Trust, Ashley explains why: “Both charities are there to support and help the youth and that’s something which is really important to us.”
Reggie Yates will again be hosting the ITV2 show, so catch Release The Hounds: Jingle Hell tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.