Jedward visit museum in Crow country

08:00 05 January 2013

Jedward at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford

Jedward at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford


POP stars Jedward enjoyed a big adventure when they visited a museum in Crow country.

The big-haired duo, twins John and Edward Grimes, filmed an episode of their latest television show, Jedward’s Big Adventure, at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford.

The programme sees Jedward, aided by their celebrity assistants, actresses Katie McGlynn and Navide Choudry, exploring the museum and learning about the Second World War.

They will then bring the stories of the museum to life for a group of unsuspecting tourists.

Jedward’s Big Adventure airs on CBBC on Tuesday, January 8, at 4.30pm.


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