In June 2011, Lemon filmed a pilot for a possible ITV prime time series, entitled The Bang Tidy Show.The description of the pilot was as follows: "While there's all the usual celebrity guests from hit series Celebrity Juice, there's also a talking Orangutan, a door that leads to anywhere, audience games and prizes, a supermarket in the future staffed by old celebrities, and you, the audience, can ask Keith anything you want!
In February 2009, Lemon appeared as a contestant with fellow comedian Paddy Mc Guinness on the first series of the charity competition Let's Dance for Comic Relief. Since being released, the DVD, entitled 'Keith Lemon's Fit', has sold over 50,000 copies.
Their performance of "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing made them the runners-up of the series. In August 2010, Lemon worked as an agony uncle on This Morning, alongside Celebrity Juice colleague Holly Willoughby.
Lemon first appeared as a recurring character in the Channel 4 impersonations series Bo' Selecta! During the show's first series, aired in 2002, he made one appearance, which depicted himself in a trendy wine bar attempting to chat-up Tess Daly.
Lemon later appeared in the third series of Bo' Selecta!
, and also introduced his end-of-episode catchphrase, "If I don't see ya' through week, I'll see ya' through window".
The series also featured sketches involving his Bo' Selecta!Special episodes during the year included an Up the Duff special, a Pop music special, an episode dedicated to the Royal Wedding, a Coronation Street vs. The sixth series also introduced another of Lemon's infamous activities, "Motting".Emmerdale special, a Back to School special, a Girl on Girl special, an episode dedicated to Ant & Dec, and an I'm a Celebrity... In March 2011, Lemon hosted six episodes of ITV game show Sing If You Can with Stacey Solomon, after original intended host Vernon Kay pulled out.He also appeared as a member of the judging panel on the third series of Let's Dance for Comic Relief.Both series five and six of Celebrity Juice were broadcast during the year.Each episode will also finish with Keith performing with his celebrity guests." Although the pilot was not commissioned, the idea for the latter production Lemonaid was born.