Michael McIntyre says Philip Schofield and Gino D'Acampo are very popular amongst his celebrity guests.
The 42-year-old star - who is back with a new series of "Michael McIntyre's Big Show" during which he sends out prank texts to all the contacts in his guests" phones - said both the presenter and TV chef have received many messages from his "Send All" sketch because they have so many showbiz pals.
"This Morning" presenter Phillip revealed that he often received the joke messages "knowing" that Michael was filming, to which the comedian replied: "It's because you are so popular Phillip - you are in everybody's phone! You have sent funny replies!
"Gino D'Acampo is in a lot of people's phones as well and he has replied so many times and gets huge laughs. I don't know if he knows it is "Send All" - but he is always very funny about it."
The former "Comedy Roadshow" star appeared on "This Morning" to promote the upcoming fourth season of his programme, which the BBC promises to be the biggest series yet.
Filmed in front of a live audience at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane the show is packed with celebrity guests, musical performances, stand up comedy and surprises.
Michael also revealed he found Gino so hilarious that he included him on this year's "The Midnight Gameshow" skit - a segment in which Michael creeps into people's bedroom's and wakes them up with a game show.
He added: "He get such a great reception from the audience that we actually involved him in the show. We weren't going to - but I did a celebrity "Midnight Gameshow" with him."
Michael's upcoming run will also feature a variety of music performances, with Rita Ora, Kylie, Paloma Faith, Little Mix, Cheryl and Michael Bublé all set to appear.