The TV chef, along with other VIP guests, helped rescue Jacqueline from the water.
Including surprise celeb cameos, amazing A-list performances, political gags and one very sweary nan.
What better way to ring in 2020 is there than watching Ainsley bust a move?
The TV chef has received an MBE.
Yes, "Why hello Jill" was pivotal.
"You have that one little moment of joy and it spreads so much joy everywhere."
These shows make us want to pull a sickie every day.
The 11th Screen Nation Film and Television Awards 2016 took place at the Hilton London Metropole hotel this week. The awards
ITV News apologised on Friday after using footage of celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott to illustrate a story about comedian
Over a period of two months UKAH grew all the signs of a cult-like subculture. It had a hierarchy, a dating community, a fashion trend, a music taste, a sense of nostalgia, rules, an idea of authenticity, a 622,771 word old testament type document, and a name: The Ainslamic State.