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Fun House could make a huge comeback with Pat Sharp

Digital Spy (UK) logo Digital Spy (UK) 13/07/2017 Laurence Mozafari

© Provided by Digital Spy Good Morning Britain hosted a #ThrowbackThursday special today and was joined by legendary '90s kids host Pat Sharp, along with the twins who appeared with him, Melanie and Martina.

So the main question on everyone's lips is whether the classic kids' show is going to make it back onto television?

Pat explained to hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid: "Ideally yeah, to be back on telly would be great.

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"But first things first, we have been on telly, we thought we'd now make a live adult attraction for people who wanted to always be on the kids' show but never could because there was only a few people on there.

"Now you can go along and you guys can play."

We previously revealed the attraction was bidding to raise money via crowdfunding site, Indiegogo.

So far they've raised around £50K of their £650K target, as they're vying to create something similar to the Crystal Maze live experience.

So how is the campaign going so far? Pat explained: "We thought it might be tricky but we've got a fair amount of money already – people seem keen on it and we're hoping that it will go all the way."

TV classic Fun House could be making a huge comeback – including Pat Sharp and the twins © YouTube TV classic Fun House could be making a huge comeback – including Pat Sharp and the twins He went on to say the you'll be able to drive the go karts and afterwards there'll be a DJ and everyone can have a drink. Yep, no drinking and karting allowed.

As for the upcoming Crystal Maze TV revival, the civilian version will finally air on Channel 4 later this month.

Over 30,000 people put in applications to take part in the show, which had to be whittled down to just 15 teams playing 41 new games.

New host Richard Ayoade will be seeing them through the classic Aztec, Medieval, Future and Industrial zones.

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