ITV has allegedly managed to organise one of the most awaited shows ever, after successfully luring Gerry and Kate McCann onto their primetime show, Jeremy Kyle.

The McCanns, who are famous for accidentally losing their daughter whilst out on the piss back in 2007, will do a lie detector test with the questions being around their daughter Madeleines disappearance.

In the ten years since their daughters disappearance, the McCanns have come under increasing pressure after draining nearly £10 million from the public purse. Culminating in a petition to have them participate in a public lie detector test, which gained over 150,000 signatures.

ITV producer Serena Smith, was the woman who managed to organise the test. “It’s really bloody exciting.”, she said.

“There will be three questions, number one will be, are or were you involved in your daughter’s disappearance?

Number two, why didn’t you answer the 40 questions put to you by the police instead choosing to say ‘no comment’ even though it could have hindered the investigation into the disappearance of your daughter?

And finally number three, did you hide the body after this was discovered?”

ITV are expecting viewing figures of 15-20 million people in the UK alone, such is the interest in the case.

More people could tune in to this than people who watched Kate and Wills royal wedding.

Credit: TheMorningWood.co.uk
Aurthor: Lou Sarsole