This year’s ‘I’m A Celebrity’ contestants have finally been revealed, and judging by the celebrity line-up, it looks like we’re in for another great series.
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Among the twelve celebs who will be heading to the Aussie jungle are Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley, ‘Dragon’s Den’ star Duncan Bannatyne, ‘Hollyoaks’ actress Jorgie Porter, ex-footballer Kieron Dyer and Princess Diana biographer Lady Colin Campbell.
They’ll be joined by Union J singer George Shelley, former ‘X Factor’ creative director Brian Friedman, boxer Chris Eubank, stylist Susannah Constantine of Trinny and Susannah fame and former ‘Blue Peter’ host Yvette Fielding.
According to previous reports, bosses were given a headache after TOWIE’s Chloe Sims was blocked from appearing after failing the show’s psych tests, while former ‘Hollyoaks’ star Stephanie Davis pulled out.
Sadly, it doesn't look like we'll be treated to TV cook Rusty Lee's infectious laugh in the jungle or indeed actress Leslie Ash's infamous lips, despite the fact that both stars were rumoured to be taking part.
'TOWIE' star Ferne McCann, 'Made In Chelsea' lothario Spencer Matthews and former 'Geordie Shore' star Vicky Pattison are also absent from the line-up, despite being on a list of leaked names published by The Sun.
However, with only 10 names on the official line-up, compared to last year's 12, we have a feeling there could be a few late entrants...
“It's not my cup of tea. It's just not me," she revealed.
Ant and Dec will be on hand to welcome the stars to their new jungle home in a special 110 minute launch show on Sunday (15 November), which airs at 9pm on ITV.