Celebs Go Dating wrap party cancelled to avoid coronavirus spread – The Sun

CELEBS Go Dating's end of series wrap party has been cancelled amid the coronavirus spread.

TV bosses pushed back the celebrity bash which was meant to be held in London last night.

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The E4 show's star James Lock told The Sun Online: "It's been cancelled.

"Well, it hasn't been cancelled because it is going to happen in the future, it's just been moved.

"Even a lot of my work appearances, they're being rescheduled because no one knows if we're going into lockdown or not.

"I'm lucky because I've never put all my eggs into one basket. I've got money put aside for a rainy day so when someone like this happens it's about managing your finances.

"[TV production company] Lime really look after us. I'm not just saying that – the whole team is really supportive.

"I can't comment on every show, but Towie and Celebs Go Dating really look after you, I can't fault them.

"They're there to support us. Their priority is our wellbeing."

Today it was revealed Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try and push through emergency legislation in the next few days to give him the powers to do whatever it takes to tackle the spread of the deadly bug.

The UK death toll hit 108 today – with more than 2,600 cases confirmed.

James and his co-stars Dean Gaffney, Amy Hart, Olivia Bentley and Josha Ritchie had their own farewell meal when filming ended in March, but had been due to party with the rest of the cast and crew at a fancy party.

Their meal cost an eye-watering £4,500 as they necked booze and tucked in at Aussie restaurant Scarlett Green before going out in town.

They were all in high spirits after enjoying 14 bottles of wine and a whopping 21 espresso martinis. They also down two bottles of vodka and gin and 12 tequilas.

  • Celebs Go Dating the final concludes tonight at 9m on E4.

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