She is currently part of the panellist on Sky News The Pledge.
Sarpong was born in London, UK, to Ghanaian parents.
""I dunno, that seemed a bit weird to me, so to do it as equals [with Katherine] and both be comedians, and not be like, 'You be the nice one, I'll be the nasty one' – we're both similar in our sense of humour."But would he be up for bringing back any of his other previous shows?
"The other one I would really love to revisit is ," he explained.
June Sarpong MBE (born ) is a British television presenter, broadcaster and former panellist on ITV's Loose Women, of Ghanaian descent.
Well, thankfully Comedy Central is bringing it back tonight!
Jimmy Carr returns for the updated version, along with new co-host Katherine Ryan.
" Mixing the fun with the serious business is her trademark.
Alongside her T4 duties, Sarpong held her own on Have I get News For You and Newsnight, was awarded an MBE for “services to broadcasting and charity work”, hosted Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday tribute and led a panel tackling Tony Blair on sex education and Iraq - in the same documentary where she got him to admit he had never given wife Cherie flowers and that he had a teenage crush on Grace Kelly.