I'm A Celebrity Unveils Line-Up For All Stars Series In South Africa
Ant and Dec pictured during last year's series of I'm A Celebrity
ITV has revealed which former I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! campmates will be returning to the show for its upcoming All Stars edition.
Last year, Ant and Dec confirmed that a special version of I’m A Celebrity had already been recorded in South Africa, featuring former contestants from across the long-running reality show’s first 19 seasons.
On Saturday night, it was confirmed that the new series – titled I’m A Celebrity… South Africa – would begin airing next month.
During the latest edition of Saturday Night Takeaway, the nine celebrities taking part in the launch episode were also revealed.
The line-up consists of Olympians Amir Khan and Fatima Whitbread, TV presenter Carol Vorderman, former soap star Helen Flanagan, model Janice Dickinson, dancer Jordan Banjo, ex-royal butler Paul Burrell, cricketer Phil Tufnell and Happy Mondays star Shaun Ryder.
The cast of I'm A Celebrity... South Africa
However, the line-up was previously “leaked” in The Sun last year and consisted of 15 stars in total, meaning we could well expect a few late additions later on in the series.
Among those also tipped to take part include musician Myleene Klass, Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo and nutrition expert Gillian McKeith.
Because the series has already been pre-recorded, I’m A Celebrity… South Africa will not feature a public vote.
Instead, the returning campmates will battle against each other in grueling Bushtucker Trials in a bid to be crowned the first ever I’m A Celebrity legend.
“They go head to head in trials and whoever loses leaves,” presenter Ant McPartlin teased in January. “It’s quite brutal. So that’s how we decided the winner.”