It’s that time of year already, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here starts next weekend, Sunday 15th November at 9pm on ITV.

The full line-up has been revealed, and this is the cohort entering the camp in Wales for the first time, as the Australian jungle wasn’t an option thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Suncream off, thermals on, it’s not going to be quite the holiday they would usually sign up for.

Giovanna Fletcher is married to McFly’s Tom Fletcher and is the sister of TOWIE star Mario Falcone, and she runs a successful parenting podcast and has written several popular books. Tom has taken over her Twitter account and shared this video:

Victoria Derbyshire is a presenter and journalist, and her son has now taken over her Twitter account and issued a sweet apology to school friends.

Shane Richie is an entertainer and actor. He played Alfie Moon in Eastenders.  He admitted he originally signed up in January when the show was still planned to tale place in Australia. Better luck next time, Shane. All of his work was cancelled thanks to the pandemic, he says: ‘Now I am literally skint! You save money for a rainy day but you don’t expect the rainy day to last six months. Thankfully I’ve been able to borrow money from mates, my family and the bank and my wife is now very happy we can finally pay off the credit card!’

Shane Richie also played Sid in Flushed Away.

Olympian Mo Farah is also going into the camp. Seen as the biggest coup for the show, fans are excited to see what he gets up to.

Mo Farah (GB) does a Mobot.

Vernon Kay shared on Instagram that he has been holed up in a B’n’B in Anglesey, and brought his own golf nets to practice with. The affable tv host is popular with fans already.

 

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AJ Pritchard is a former professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing, and his brother Curtis appeared on Love Island. He’s said it’s always been a childhood dream of his to appear on the show, but he’s tested positive for COVID so fans will have to wait and see whether he’s allowed to join the rest of the campmates.

Radio 1 presenter Jordan North regularly rates ‘picky teas’ submitted by fans on Twitter. How will he handle the food in the Welsh camp?

Hollie Arnold is a Paralympian, and says she has a big fear of spiders. Hopefully the ones in Wales will be less fearsome than their Australian counterparts.

Beverley Callard is a Coronation Street icon as Liz, and says she fears people will think she’s always as glamorous as her onscreen persona. Doubt she’ll be bringing all of the hairspray to Wales.

Another soap star joining the camp is Jessica Plummer from Eastenders. Her first task was working the campfire.

Fans have been left bemused by the outfits for the contestants.

Ant and Dec also had a go at a Bushtucker Trial last night.

Will you be watching?

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