THE Real Marigold Hotel recently returned for a fourth season and the next episode will be on our screens tonight (Thursday May 28).
Eight retirement age celebrities have travelled to the coastal Indian city of Puducherry to see whether they would have a more fulfilling retirement than back at home in the UK.
Who's in The Real Marigold Hotel 2020 cast?
This is The Real Marigold Hotel's fourth season since it launched in 2016.
Previously the show has seen the likes of Stanley Johnson, Stephanie Beacham, Bill Oddie, Amanda Barrie, Bobby George, and Lionel Blair take up residence in the hotel – but there's a whole new line-up for 2020.
So, who packed their bags and is heading there in 2020?
Duncan Bannatyne was a regular host on the BBC's Dragons' Den from 2005 to 2015.
During his time on the show, he invested in 36 businesses.
In 2015, Bannatyne appeared in the fifteenth series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!.
He has been involved in numerous charity projects and received an OBE for his work with charities such as Mary's Meals.
Zandra Rhodes, 79, is an English fashion designer who has designed garments for the rich and famous such as the late Princess Diana and Freddie Mercury.
In 2003, Rhodes founded the London Fashion and Textiles Museum.
During her career, she has won numerous awards recognising her contribution within the fashion industry, including Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in the Performing Arts in 1979, and the Walpole British Luxury Legend Award in 2019.
In tonight's episode (May 21) Zandra will sadly have to depart from India early due to receiving personal news.
Barbara Dickson, 72, is a female Scottish singer.
In her glittering career, she has had fifteen albums in the UK Albums Chart, and four singles which reached the Top 20 in the UK Singles Chart.
She also tried her hand as an actress, and won the prestigious Olivier Award twice, notably for her role in the musical Spend Spend Spend.
Dickson was awarded an OBE in the Queen's New Year Honours in 2002 for her services to Music and Drama.
John Altman is best known for playing the villain of the East End "Nasty" Nick Cotton, in EastEnders, on and off for 30 years.
He was there from the beginning of the show, and appeared in the very first episode, back in 1985.
Away from television, he also appeared in an adult pantomime, which released on video in 1994 titled Pussy in Boots.
Paul Elliot, was better known as one half of the children's television duo, the Chuckle Brothers.
They were known for their BBC children's programme ChuckleVision, which celebrated its twenty-first series with a 2010 stage tour entitled An Audience With The Chuckle Brothers.
On August 5, 2018, Paul's brother Barry died after battling bone cancer, bringing a tragic end to the duo's antics together on-screen.
Britt Ekland, 77, is a Swedish actress who became famous during the sixties and seventies.
She received critical acclaim for her role as a Bond girl in The Man With A Golden Gun in 1974, which propelled her to worldwide stardom.
In 1964, Ekland married British actor, Peter Sellers, which led to her becoming a phenomenon with the media across the world.
After her divorce from Sellers in 1968, she went on to have a string of other high-profile romances, which included Rod Stewart, and L.A Gun's singer, Phil Lewis.
Away from acting, she published her autobiography in 1980, which was a best-seller.
Susie Blake will be a hit with fans of Mrs Brown’s Boys in which she plays Hilary Nicholson.
She has also appeared in Coronation Street, as Bev Unwin, as well as starring in Victoria Wood As Seen On TV, Parents, Cuckoo, and One Foot In The Grave.
Henry "Blowers" Blofeld, is a retired cricket commentator.
He also writes on cricket and has authored eight books to date.
Blofeld was awarded an OBE for services to broadcasting in 2003.
When is the Real Marigold Hotel on TV?
The show continues TONIGHT (May 21, 2020) on BBC One at 9pm.
You can also watch the show on the BBC iPlayer.
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