'Keith Lemon: The Film' details the life of Leigh Francis' alter-ego and 'Celebrity Juice' panel show host Keith Lemon. This is his hilarious journey from rags to riches as he ventures into the world of showbiz on his quest to become a great entrepreneur like his idol Richard Branson. After becoming a billionaire with an innovative idea involving a lemon and a mobile phone, Keith and his assistant Archimedes meet all the stars of the celebrity world such as potential love interest and model Kelly Brook as well as The Hoff whose show debuted Keith's talent. However, things don't stay this exciting for the Leeds born businessman as his almost immediate failure brings him right back to the bottom again.
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Keith Lemon is a man with a dream, that dream is to be become a world famous entrepreneur just like his hero Sir Richard Branson. Hailing from the beautiful capital of the north, Leeds, he has to move south to London if he is to follow his dream and be like his idol. Naturally, Lemmon becomes an overnight sensation and soon makes his first billion, unfortunately though this does not last and he is soon faced with an almighty fall. From overnight sensation to over day failure, Lemon traces his steps back to Leeds as he tries to find the road to redemption. Will he return to the top or will he realise that after achieving his dream it is not what he really wants after all and money and fame, it turns out, are not everything?
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