There’s not long to go now until we head Down Under, and already there’s a number of celebs rumoured to be joining the cast.
Let’s take a look at the latest.
On September 26, 2019, a TV inside told them: “Jen is perfect for the jungle, she’s really funny and attractive and she loves a challenge.
“She hasn’t signed yet but bosses are really keen to get her on the show. She’s been into ITV for meetings.”
Famous for shaking up with The Great British Bake-Off’s Paul Hollywood, Summer Monteys-Fullam is another face we could be seeing Down Under.
According to The Mirror, Summer was offered an astounding £125,000 to enter the jungle once the series commences in a couple of weeks, Insiders are claiming that “she’d be TV gold and can all but name her price.
“If she gets her way, she’ll be one of the highest-paid contestants ever.”
Apparently she wasn’t happy with the offer, with her pals supposedly having said how the amount was “way off the mark” from what she’s hoping for.
Everyone has their price though, right?
The ex Love Island star and current TOWIE member has been strongly linked with the lineup this week.
She’s certainly entertaining, and would no doubt bring drama to the jungle.
She said: “There have been conversations with I’m A Celebrity. It’s ongoing.
“It would be my dream to do the jungle. I’ve made no qualms about that. It’s such an iconic show.”
Speculation if rife about who will go into the jungle – and now Corrie star Lucy Fallon will reportedly be heading Down Under.
Her agreeing to take on the challenge has left bosses of the ITV show “delighted to have her on board”. They are “are sure she will be a big hit with fans at home and her campmates.”
A TV insider told The Sun : “Lucy is bubbly, funny, down-to-earth and game for a challenge, so she is a great fit for I’m A Celebrity.
“Bosses are delighted to have her on board and are sure she will be a big hit with fans at home and her campmates.”
Well, okay – maybe we don’t know much on that one. With no official start date, it’s still to be confirmed when the show will air.
We do know, however, that it’s going to be in November, so keep your eyes peeled and TV guides updated for the official date!
Going from last year’s show, the first episode arrived on November 18th, so we can probably assume that this year’s show will have a similar early-November start.
The show usually starts at 9:00pm on ITV and usually finishes around 10:00, though occasionally the show could be extended by five or ten minutes to allow for longer trials.
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