For those of you who can’t wait for some top class reality TV, prepare yourself because ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’ is just days away!
Some of the biggest names in show business and sport have already signed up for the latest series, with ITV confirming its star-studded lineup of celebrities entering the Australian jungle.
Remarkably, the new series will return to the Australian jungle as it marks 20 years since the show first debuted on television, while it has also been revealed that there will be a new all-star series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! which will take place in South Africa next year.
Last year’s series saw former Emmerdale star Danny Miller narrowly beat Coronation Street legend Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald to me and you) to the title of King of the Castle, with the series held in Wales.
Confirmed line-up for I’m A Celebrity
Matt Hancock – The Conservative MP has been confirmed as a contestant for this year’s series – which has not gone down well in many quarters.
Jill Scott – Capped 161 times by England Lionesses, the Sunderland born midfielder retired from football after winning the Euros in the summer and will head straight into the jungle.
Chris Moyles – One of Britain’s most popular radio hosts, the 48-year-old Leeds born presenter will be heading down under this coming week.
Boy George – The Culture Club icon turned DJ will be hoping to he can remain calmer chameleon when the creepy crawlies come for him in Australia.
Sue Cleaver – The actor is well known for playing Eileen Grimshaw on popular ITV soap Coronation Street.
Charlene White – The Loose Women panellist and journalist has confirmed she will be heading down under.
Babatúndé Aléshé – The hugely popular stand-up is an award winning comedian, actor and podcaster.
Seann Walsh – The comedian, who also took part in Strictly Come Dancing, has confirmed he will enter the jungle this weekend.
Olivia Attwood – Partner of Blackburn Rovers footballer Bradley Dack, the 31-year-old came to prominence during the third season of Love Island.
Mike Tindall MBE – The former England rugby star will be tackling snakes, insects and all manner of bushtucker challenges in the jungle.
Scarlette Douglas – The English television presenter, singer, dancer and property expert is best known for Channel 4’s programme A Place In The Sun.
Owen Warner – The 23-year-old is best known for his role as Romeo Nightingale in Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks.
When does I’m A Celeb start on ITV
The legendary presenting duo of Ant & Dec will take hosting duties on the latest series as the reality shown returns to Australia, after it moved to Wales owing to Covid-19 issues in 2020.
All confirmed celebrities have already touched down in Australia, with the show set to begin on Sunday November 6 at 9pm on ITV.