2017 was huge for Joel after his highly memorable performance on ITV’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! He gained thousands of new fans due to his unique brand of humour and his lovable personality while on the show; so many that he went on to finish second on the show.
After his hugely successful time in the jungle he took over the hosting of ITV2’s spin off show I’m A Celebrity… Extra Camp alongside Scarlett Moffatt. Joel went on to star on Channel 4’s Comedy Gala and the BBC’s Live at the Apollo, becoming a regular face on our telly.
Boasting a constantly increasing array of TV credits, from two popular series of Comedy Central’s Joel and Nish Vs The World, appearing on Dating No Filter (Comedy Central) A League of Their Own (Sky Max), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4). On ITV2, he has hosted Hey Tracey!, appeared on Celebrity Juice and The Stand Up Sketch Show. In 2019, Joel hosted ITV’s Singletown alongside Emily Attack and in 2021, Channel 4’s viral hit dating show The Love Trap. Joel has numerous acting credits to his name, including a starring role in his first feature film White Island, E4’s Skins and ITV2’s Buffering.
Amongst touring his live stand-up show across the UK, Joel released his first book It’s Not Me, It’s Them in 2018, which recounts his past relationships in pursuit of love. Alongside Hannah Cooper, he co-hosts a brand-new podcast, Never Have I Ever, which sees the married couple act on unusual suggestions from listeners and each other, to experience something they’ve never done before.
Joel is quickly cementing himself as one of Britain’s regularly featured presenters; he has been the front man of Saturday night smash-hit The Masked Singer since 2020 for three hugely successful series where it has seen viewing figures of 10million. He presented The Masked Dancer spin-off, which returns again this year, and hosted the hugely successful The Masked Singer Live in arenas around the country.
In 2021, he took the helm of the National Television Awards at The O2 in London, which he will be hosting again in September.
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