The ten celebrities heading into the Jungle for the new series are:
Ex footballer and broadcaster – Ian Wright MBE
“I am not going in to be an entertainer or cook,” he stresses. “But I will help where I can. I think things will happen naturally and you will deal with it.”
Pop star – Nadine Coyle
‘Rak-Su’ singer – Myles Stephenson
He says his Rak-Su band mates can’t wait to watch him. “I know they will vote to try and make me do the trials,” he adds. “They are really supportive and they totally understand. I would love to stay in the band but if other opportunities come along my way as well after this, you have to take it by the scruff of the neck. They would do the same. I would never hold them back.”
Radio 1 DJ –Adele Roberts
“I’ve only camped once and that was the worst night of my life,” she reveals. “I hate spiders. If I see one, I can’t speak, I freeze and I do this weird thing where I wring my hands together!
Comedian –Andrew Maxwell
Asked whether he will try and entertain his fellow contestants with some stand-up routines and it’s a resounding yes. But he also laughs as he declares he is more than happy to be the ‘person who cleans out the toilet and collects the logs’.
Soap Star–Jacqueline Jossa
Capital Radio DJ – Roman Kemp
“I am not scared of the eating trials because I grew up with Dad’s cooking! I think the eating ones I will hate but I will do them. The show is iconic and you want to do everything.”
Olympian and TV personality –Caitlyn Jenner
Eating rice and beans is not, however, an issue for Caitlyn who describes herself as the type of person who is happy to muck in with all of the camp chores. She also promises to be on hand to solve any arguments.
Ex England rugby player –James Haskell
He says he will definitely muck in with all the jobs and he may even try and train in the Jungle. But he knows he will divide opinion. James says: “I am very aware I am like marmite – you either love me or hate me. I created this persona amusingly for jokes about being a lad. But I am not like that at all. I am not going in to try to change perception. I just want to have fun!”
TV and radio presenter – Kate Garraway
Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will present all the big stories live from the Jungle every night.
And remember – I’m A Celebrity…Extra Camp is back every night on ITV2 with a brand new presenting line up directly after the ITV show.
I’m A Celebrity returns to ITV on Sunday 17th November 2019 at 9pm