See Alan Carr and David Walliams as a loved-up Orlando and Katy

It’s that time of year when reviews of the biggest events of the past 12 months start rolling in – and let’s face it, there have been more than a few low points to 2016.

But luckily, some of our favourite celebrities have been cheering things up a bit by posing for their own takes on some of the most notable happenings of the year, with stars from EastEnders, Loose Women and comedians recreating some key moments for Heat magazine.

Check out this reposed pap shot of Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry looking loved up on the water, with the key difference that Alan Carr is the actor and David Walliams is playing his singer girlfriend.

Some weeks it feels like EastEnders packs in every bit as much drama as Game Of Thrones, so the soap stars have got together for a well-known promo shot from the fantasy show.

The Loose Women have been looking at a lighter side of the US presidential elections – if you think Andrea McLean is uncanny as Melania Trump…

…just wait until you see Coleen Nolan as Donald.

Meanwhile, Keith Lemon has been celebrating the return of Britain’s favourite singleton by dressing up as Bridget Jones.

See the full photo shoot in Heat magazine, out now.

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