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New Gladiators presenter revealed
Caroline Flack  Andres Reynaga
Caroline Flack also presented trackside from E4's The Games

Former Big Brother's Big Mouth presenter Caroline Flack is the new co-host of Gladiators.

The 27-year-old takes over from Kirsty Gallacher, who stepped down at the end of the first series earlier this year.

Caroline Flack joins Ian Wright to present the show's second series, which was relaunched on Sky 1 in May.

She'll work as a roving reporter backstage and will interview contestants after they've finished their challenges in the arena.

In August, it was also announced that original 90s Gladiator Wolf would be returning as a team manager.

Caroline Flack said: "I'm so excited to be involved in the new series of Gladiators.

"The show has captured the public's attention all over again with a whole host of new fans, amazing athletes and a healthy dose of lycra.

"It's great to be able to play a part in something that's struck a chord with so many people over the year. I can't wait to get stuck in."

Before E4's Big Brother's Big Mouth, Caroline Flack played Michael Jackson's girlfriend Bubbles in Bo'Selecta! and then hosted CBBC's coverage of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy in 2007.

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