I'm A Celebrity: Ian Wright And Caitlyn Jenner Arrive In Australia Ahead Of Rumoured Jungle Stint

After the full line-up was supposedly leaked, this year's contestants are touching down in Brisbane ahead of the new series.

With only a week to go until the new series of I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! kicks off, stars have started to arrive in Australia, seemingly confirming their inclusion on the line-up.

Caitlyn Jenner and Ian Wright have been snapped after landing Down Under on Sunday, after they were both tipped to be taking part.

Caitlyn Jenner arrives at Brisbane Airport, Australia
Caitlyn Jenner arrives at Brisbane Airport, Australia
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They were both seen walking through the arrivals hall at Brisbane Airport with their luggage - although they won’t be needing too much of it where they are heading.

US reality star Caitlyn and football legend Ian’s names both appeared on a leaked list of celebrity campmates published on Saturday who are supposedly set to enter the Aussie jungle.

Ian Wright was also pictured after landing Down Under
Ian Wright was also pictured after landing Down Under
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Joining them are said to be Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway, Coronation Street actor Andrew Whyment, former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa, Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, rugby star James Haskell and Rak-Su member Myles Stephenson.

Capital Radio DJ Roman Kemp is also said to be among this year’s stars, but he has hit headlines prior to his rumoured appearance after apologising for offensive posts on social media.

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The star, who is the son of Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp and Wham!’s Shirlie Holliman, revealed that he’d decided to go through his old tweets to see the language he’d previously used and was “shocked and appalled” at what he found.

Roman Kemp
Roman Kemp
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Roman explained: “I did find things I’m not at all proud of. I don’t associate myself with that.

“I know the person who wrote those things is not the man I am now, but they were there.”

He added: “I don’t want the legacy I have on the internet to be a place where there is negativity, or something that can cause offence. For anyone that has ever been offended by something I have said online, I am truly, deeply and utterly sorry.”

I’m A Celebrity begins next Sunday at 9pm on ITV.

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