Somewhere in the madness, Digital Spy did manage to fire a few questions in his direction about the show, his future career plans, his post-Stars relationship with Vic, Bob and Ulrika, and - of course - what's in your bag, Angelos?
Hi Angelos, my name's Daniel.
"Good name. Yeah, biblical. What are you from?"
Digital Spy. It's a website for entertainment news.
"I'm a massive fan of that. Huge. What was the last thing you reported on?"
I spoke to Alan Cumming. Do you know him?
"Ah, yes. Good Wife, James Bond, and a couple of things in between. He did the Orange ads."
He did. You should be in one of them.
"Orange? I'm with O2 though. Not Orange, because I've been with them before and the reception is very dodgy, so on that grounds I'd say no. Unless it's big money."
Maybe a movie though?
"Yeah I could see that too. But who would play me? I would like to see Tom Cruise have a go. I'd have to put stilts on the little bugger. What do you think of it here?"
Lovely. I've never been here.
"Tell you what Daniel, if it wasn't for us coming in here and decorating it, this place would be a s**thole. We'll get you to have some food."
No, I'm OK.
"... You could stand to lose a couple of inches, a couple of pounds."
You're very direct aren't you? You don't beat around the bush.
"No, I haven't beaten around any bushes for about three years."
So anyway, what can they expect from The Angelos Epithemiou Show?
"They can expect to see a couple of interviews, but that's not all Daniel. It's 23 minutes this thing. The rest of it is, like, explosions. And I do stuff like talking and telling jokes. I give some consumer advice. Things like the best way of surviving an arrow attack in a cupboard, things like that."
Is that a common problem?
"Yeah, I think so - how to successfully hang off of a meat hook and how to dispose of your rubbish carefully too. So if that's your thing then this is the show for you my friend.
"The BBC, they don't know how to approach this stuff. This is highbrow stuff. This is what people want to know. 'How do you hang off of a meat hook?' I'm going to show you. Everyone else is afraid to ask."
Who would be your dream celebrity guest?
"Derek Acorah. I was a big fan of Most Haunted. I'm just a big fan of his on Twitter. He says things like 'Got up today, went to Swindon, mended the head lamp', things like that.
"I haven't seen a ghost, which leads me to ask, 'Is there such a thing, is he making it up?' I think everyone wants to know. I think me and Derek Acorah is the interview everyone's been waiting for."
"Pierce Brosnan, wouldn't mind having a word with him."
Are you a fan of James Bond films?
"No, I just want to have a bloody word with him. Have you seen those films? I just want to know what he was thinking."
Don't get me started on the invisible car.
"Yeah, I bet that was his idea. Who else do I want to have a word with? One of the politicians, one of the top politicians, I'd like to get to the bottom of that. Cameron, Prescott - because he's got a very fat face, I'd just sit there and laugh at him. Clegg."
You have a very unique sense of style, who is your fashion idol?
"Oh, gosh. I don't have any inspiration whatsoever when it comes to fashion. I do buy all of my clothes from Milan. I go over there, then I just go and have a look around their charity shops. It's a nice couple of days in the sun isn't it? It's surprising how much s**t you can get out of that, they don't really need it.
"These trousers cost four quid. But the good thing about them is that they're constantly creased, you don't ever have to iron them."
Now that you're a bit of a celebrity yourself...
Superstar, of course. Would you ever go on I'm a Celebrity, Strictly Come Dancing or something like that?
"Depends what the money's like. It's all about the money."
We first saw you on TV with Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer on Shooting Stars. Are you still in touch with those two?
"I'm in touch with them all. Vic comes knocking on my door. A few months ago when he found out I got this TV show, he's like, 'Angelos I think you're going to need me'. Basically he was begging for work, and I said 'OK, I'll call you tomorrow'. So I got him to make the tea. I think I kept him off the streets, you know."
Is he still upset about Shooting Stars being axed?
"No. I think he knew he'd been found out."
"It's babyish, isn't it. I mean you've seen it. I'm surprised it lasted that long."
You always have a plastic bag with you, can I ask what's in it today?
"Let's have a look. I've got me water bottle in case it gets cold, a 5ive album - it is an old one, very hard to get hold of. It's practically an antique. And some fabric softener, because you can't look this good without keeping clean."
Would you ever consider getting a bag for life?
"Well this is a bag for life... until the bottom falls out and then I knick another one. The good thing about Sainsbury's is that you can just go in there and knick as many as you like. They don't seem to care. I don't think Tesco's extend you the same courtesy. Waitrose, they don't even let me in the bloody place."
The Olympics are coming to London soon, are you looking forward to that?
"I love all that. I love the jogging and the running around, the shooting and the bows and arrows and the chucking stuff about. Cannonballs and juggling and spears - it's like medieval times."
We've had a few celebrities carrying the Olympic Torch, have you been asked?
"I haven't been asked. Well, I can do that any day of the week. I can run around here with the torch, it's easy. It's not the Olympic torch, but I just write the Olympics down the side and then it is."
What are your favourite TV shows on at the minute?
"Homes Under the Hammer. I got obsessed with it. I watch it every day. Now if you look at Martin, who runs the thing, he looks a mess. He looks like a tramp. So I think good on you Martin, you haven't bothered to change because you're on the television and he keeps his feet on the ground. I like a show everyone can relate to."
Would you ever consider a pop career?
"Yeah, for sure. But it all comes down to the money. Let's be honest, I can't sing, but if someone's going to chuck a load of cash at me then I'll be like, 'Yeah I'll go make a number one'."
What kind of genre would you go for?
"Pop rock and all that stuff. Dance probably too, because I'm good at that. That's what I DJ. If I'm out there giving it some I'll just stick on a bit of 'Cotton-Eyed Joe' and get the people moving. Because most of the people who get drunk are d**kheads."
What about inviting Ulrika Jonsson to duet? She did a pretty good 'Endless Love' in Celebrity Big Brother.
"Yeah, she's good. Maybe I already have. Maybe we've already recorded a duet."
"No. But we could have done, couldn't we?"
You need to get her on the phone now. I'm assuming you're still friends.
"Yeah. I think she's moved on now, because she let me in her house. A lot of the time before our relationship was conducted through her kitchen window."
How did her husband feel about that?
"He's fine. He knows he can't compete with me. It's just a question of whether I want to pursue it any further. If I do, I'm afraid for him it's the old Spanish archer... el bow."
The Angelos Epithemiou show begins tonight (July 13) at 10.35pm on Channel 4.