Michael McIntyre plays charity match

Michael McIntyre and Boris Johnson was among the celebs who took part in a charity tennis match on 16th June. After Andy Murray's win at Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club in London, the Brit star participated in a Rally Against Cancer match.

The match was organized to raise fund for The Royal Marsden Hospital, in support of Andy Murray's fellow player and friend Ross Hutchins, who was diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma earlier in December.

Tim Henman came back to Queen's Club to partner Andy Murray in a doubles match against world No 6 Tomas Berdych and Grand Slam winner Ivan Lendl, who is also Andy Murray's current coach. Jimmy Carr, Jonathan Ross, Les Misérables actor Eddie Redmayne and Sir Richard Branson completed the star studded line up.

UK stand up comedian Michael McIntyre is working on a brand new entertainment show that could see him come back to television screens sometime later this year. For a run-through of this brand new show; free tickets have already been released online, and it is expected to see Michale McIntyre mix stand-up with presenting. A number of other celebs have also been invited for each show.

Reports suggest that the new show will be produced by Open Mike Productions that also produces Michael McIntyre Comedy Roadshow as well as Live At The Apollo.