Celebrity Bumps: Famous & Pregnant. Premieres Sunday, 7 March At 5.50pm On MTV.
MTV is bringing you along for the bumpy ride as six celebrity couples open up their lives and give an inside look at their journey towards becoming parents in the brand new series, Celebrity Bumps: Famous & Pregnant. The star-studded nine episode series will premiere Sunday, 7 March at 5.50pm on MTV.
“With the phenomenal success of Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant, MTV has brought its audiences incredible stories of birth and motherhood. This series follows an inspirational cast of celebs at their most intimate – as we follow them from bump, to birth and beyond!” says Craig Orr, Vice President, Original Content & Development, ViacomCBS Networks International Youth & Entertainment Brands.
Celebrity Bumps: Famous & Pregnant documents six celebrity couples’ journey to parenthood. MTV fans will witness the highs and lows that come before the big milestone, from scans to baby showers to the magical moment of bringing the newborn home. Viewers will enter the reality of what pregnancy is like through filmed observational content, interviews, and self-filmed video diaries of the couples lives.
The cast includes:
- Daughter of comedy legend, Les Dawson, and former MTV Ex on the Beach star Charlotte Dawson and her fiancé Matt Sarsfield
- Former Olympian Perri-Shakes-Drayston and Big Brother Nigeria’s Mike Edwards
- Radio presenter and Big Brother UK winner Kate Lawler with her fiancé Boj
- Former Love Island star and former Blazin’ Squad rapper, Marcel Somerville, and his influencer girlfriend Rebecca Vieira
- Former cast members of The Only Way is Essex, Shelby Tribble and Sam Mucklow
- The X Factor and I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! star, Jake Quickenden, and his girlfriend Sophie Church
The 9 x 44-minute episodes were commissioned for MTV International by Craig Orr and Kerry Taylor. The series is executive produced by Orr and Jaime Brannan for MTV, and Jake Attwell, Managing Director of Appeal TV.
Celebrity Bumps: Famous & Pregnant.
Premieres Sunday, 7 March at 5.50pm on MTV.