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14 November 2023, 09:22
The I'm A Celebrity 2023 cast has been confirmed.
Ant & Dec will be heading Down Under with a host of new campmates who will take part in Bushtucker Trials in a bid to become the King or Queen of the Jungle. Previous I'm A Celeb contestants have included footballer Jill Scott, Love Island star Olivia Attwood, Conservative MP Matt Hancock and Hollyoaks favourite Owen Warner.
The I'm A Celebrity 2023 line-up includes Jamie Lynn Spears, Nella Rose, Nigel Farage and Fred Sirieix plus many more. There will also be two late arrivals who will be stirring things up in weeks to come.
YouTuber Nella Rose, 26, is reportedly heading into the jungle later this month.
The internet start is no stranger to TV screens as she has previously hosted Catfish UK on MTV.
JLS singer Marvin Humes, 38, is said to be part of the I'm A Celebrity 2023 cast.
The TV host will also have the support of his wife Rochelle Humes, 34, as he embarks on one of his toughest challenges yet.
An ITV insider said: "Josie is hugely popular with This Morning viewers and producers were determined to get her.
"She is seen as the perfect person for the jungle as she’s already such a familiar face on ITV and will bring her fanbase with her.
"She’s incredibly down-to-earth and seems to strike a chord with people at home. Plus they’re confident Josie will bring the laughs to I’m A Celebrity, as she already does on This Morning, and is guaranteed to get on with most of the jungle campmates."
First Dates star Fred Sirieix, 51, is the next rumoured contestant heading into the I'm A Celeb jungle.
After making a name for himself on Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip the TV favourite will be hoping his journey Down Under will be as successful.
Actress and Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn Spears, 32, has signed up to take part in I'm A Celebrity 2023.
The sisters are said to have a fractured relationship so fans will be hoping Jamie will spill the beans on their dynamic.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, 59, is the next I'm A Celebrity 2023 signing.
Nigel won't be the first politician to appear on the show, as Nadine Dorries and Matt Hancock have also taken part.
Masterchef star Grace Dent, 50, will be swapping her tasty dishes for rice and beans as she is heading into the jungle.
The restaurant critic had previously slated I'm A Celebrity, but it appears she has changed her mind.
Former EastEnders actress Danielle Harold, 31, is the next contestant set for the jungle.
After her character Lola Pearce passed away, Danielle will be looking for her next career challenge.
Hollyoaks legend Nick Pickard, 48, is best known for playing Tony Hutchinson on the soap, however fans will be able to see a different side of him in the jungle.
A source told The Sun: "Tony from Hollyoaks - as Nick will always happily be known as - is an absolute soap legend and a huge signing for I’m A Celeb.
"Soap stars always do brilliantly on the show because they come with a loyal following and they don’t come more down-to-earth and likeable than Nick."
Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, 31, will be trading London for Australia as he is part of the I'm A Celeb 2023 cast.
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Boxer Tony Bellew, 40, will be swapping the ring for the jungle as he is rumoured to be one of the I'm A Celeb campmates.
As well as his vast sports career, Tony has also appeared in the films Creed and Creed II.
He is not in the originally lineup so will likely make an appearance on the show in weeks to come.
Retired jockey Frankie Dettori, 52, is the next contestant apparently taking part.
A source told The Sun: "Frankie is excited for the jungle but is just worried about who will do his hair while he is there!"
Frankie is one of the late arrivals so will enter the camp in the next few weeks.
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According to bettingsites.co.uk, the odds Frankie Dettori is tipped to win (4/1), closely followed by Josie Gibson (9/2) and Fred Siriex at (6/1).
The least likely celebrities to win are Jamie Lynn-Spears (25/1), Grace Dent (20/1) and Nella Rose (16/1).