Who are the puppets in season 2 of Spitting Image?
SPITTING IMAGE returns for a second season, but who are the puppets this time?
Spitting Image is a puppetry satire sitcom that first aired in the 1970s. With some recognized figures from today’s news, sports, and pop culture, Britbox resurrected the comedy. Here’s all we know about the second season of Spitting Image’s cast thus far.
So far, little information regarding who will star in the forthcoming Spitting Image episodes has been released.
However, the trailer for Series 2 has already revealed a few of the people who will appear.
Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and Donald Trump, the former President of the United States, will return, with Matt Forde supplying their voices once more.
Billy West, who has worked on shows including Futurama and Disenchantment, is slated to return to play characters like Joe Biden, Mitch McConnell, Mark Zuckerberg, and Vladimir Putin.
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Jess Robinson, who played Greta Thunberg, Nicola Sturgeon, and Meghan Markle on Britain’s Got Talent, is expected to return, as well as the voices of Greta Thunberg, Nicola Sturgeon, and Meghan Markle.
Given the current political climate surrounding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the former Suits actress and Prince Harry, who was voiced by George Fouracres in season one, are almost certain to return.
Joe Wicks, Michael Gove, Vladimir Putin, Prince Charles, and James Corden are among the puppets featured in the trailer.
This time around, Spitting Image will also be welcoming several well-known football personalities.
Britbox released three new puppets that will appear in season two earlier this year.
Marcus Rashford, England captain Harry Kane, and England manager Gareth Southgate will be among them.
This is in response to England’s first appearance in the Euro 2020 final in 55 years.
Unfortunately, when it came down to penalties, the team lost 3-2, missing out on a chance to win against Italy.
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“In this upcoming Spitting Image series, we shall be in line with Boris’s ‘Levelling-up Policy,” said creator Roger Law.
“The puppets are relocating to Hartlepool,” says the narrator. We were supposed to go last week, but everyone got sick.”Brinkwire Summary News.”