I'm A Celebrity 2019 Contestants: Meet These Stars Rumoured To Be Heading Into The Jungle

From Caitlyn Jenner and Ian Wright to Nadine Coyle and Duncan James, there's a whole load of names linked to the new series.

With the launch of I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! now just one week away, the rumour mill has been going into overdrive about which stars are jungle-bound this year.

Celebrities from across the worlds of music, soap, sport and presenting have all been linked to the hit reality show, with The Sun now claiming to have the line-up in full, ahead of ITV’s official confirmation next week.

And let’s just say, if they’re even half-way right, we could be in for a seriously iconic series.

Here’s a complete look at those the tabloid is claiming will be heading Down Under for the new series of I’m A Celebrity...

Nadine Coyle
PA Archive/PA Images
Known for: Former Girls Aloud singer

While Sarah Harding might have been the first GA member to appear on reality TV after the band's split, The Sun reported Nadine is hoping to follow her Celebrity Big Brother success with a stint in the jungle.
Caitlyn Jenner
Known for: Reality star and member of the Kardashian family

Caitlyn is reportedly this year's star signing, with The Sun claiming she's agreed a record-breaking £500,000 appearance fee - the highest for any campmate in the show's history. Interestingly, Caitlyn previously took part in the US version of the show a decade ago, making it to the final four.
Ian Wright
PA Archive/PA Images
Known for: Former footballer and commentator

Back in June, Ian was said to be in "advanced talks" to enter the jungle after The Sun reported he had been offered a "offered a six figure sum" to take part.
James Haskell
PA Wire/PA Images
Known for: Former England rugby player

James was linked to the jungle back in August, with The Sun claiming producers were hoping to see him "shed light on having Richard and Judy as his in-laws”.
Kate Garraway
Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
Known for: Good Morning Britain presenter

Kate has done nothing to downplay rumours she's set to enter the jungle, admitting she was "sweating" when pressed by co-host Ben Shepherd on Good Morning Britain. "Even if I was doing it, I couldn't say I was doing it," she said.
Jacqueline Jossa
Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
Known for: Former EastEnders star

Jacqueline was originally believed to be taking part in X Factor: Celebrity, but it was then reported she'd changed her mind and decided to appear on I'm A Celebrity instead.
Roman Kemp
Known for: Capital Radio Breakfast presenter and son of Martin and Shirlie Kemp

According to The Sun, I'm A Celeb bosses were attracted to Roman as a potential campmate given his celebrity connections.
Andy Whyment
David M. Benett via Getty Images
Known for: Playing Kirk Sutherland in Coronation Street

There's always a Corrie star on the line-up, isn't there? And while Kym Marsh and Lucy Fallon were both reported to be taking part, it seems producers went with Andy in the end.
Adele Roberts
Ian West - PA Images via Getty Images
Known for: Being a Radio 1 DJ

Adele was the final star added to The Sun's rumoured line-up, and while she's known for her work on the radio, she does have some reality TV experience already, having appeared on the same series of Big Brother as Alison Hammond and the late Jade Goody.
Myles Stephenson
Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment
Known for: Winning X Factor 2017 as part of Rak-Su

The singer was linked to a spot on the I'm A Celeb line-up just weeks after he split from girlfriend, Love Island star Gabby Allen.

It’s worth noting, though, that the show usually chucks in a few late additions, with Blue singer Duncan James, soap actress Jennifer Metcalfe and TV personality Ulrika Jonsson all having been heavily rumoured before The Sun published their “full” line-up.

This year’s series of I’m A Celebrity is set to feature a number of changes – most notably the return of Ant McPartlin.

Ant will rejoin usual co-host Dec Donnelly after Holly Willoughby filled in for him on the 2018 series, when he took time out of the limelight following his conviction for drink-driving.

ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp has also had a change in presenting line-up, with former campmates Emily Atack and Adam Thomas replacing Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash, alongside returning comedian Joel Dommett.

I’m A Celebrity returns to ITV on Sunday 17 November at 9pm on ITV.

'I'm A Celebrity' Winners

'I'm A Celebrity' Winners


What's Hot