This Is Who Is Rumoured To Be Entering I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here
Is this who we'll be seeing in the jungle?
The show may not be on our screens until November but there's already rumours circulating over what stars we can expect to see in the Australian jungle for the newest series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
The speculated celebrities who will be eating maggots and kangaroo bits are as follows:
Ryan Lochte - U.S. Olympic Swimmer
Adam Peaty - UK Olympic Swimmer
Eamonn Holmes - Broadcaster
Craig Charles - Actor, Comedian, DJ
Nicola Adams - Olympic gold medal boxer
Maggie Wheeler - Actress, best known for her role as Janice in Friends
Robbie Savage - Former footballer and pundit
Louis Smith - Olympic gymnast
Fiona Wade - Emmerdale star
Olympia Valance - Neighbours actress
Helen Lederer - Actress
Adam Thomas - Emmerdale actor
Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini - Restauranter, ex-husband of Cheryl
Conrad Murray - Michael Jackson's former doctor
Lauren Hutton - model & formerly Made In Chelsea
Sam Reece - Model, ex-boyfriend of Stephanie Davis
Spencer Matthews - Former Made In Chelsea
Sophie Kasaei - Geordie Shore star
Coleen Rooney - Columnist, wife of Wayne Rooney
Nigel Farage - Politician
Cliff Richard - Singer
Arg - The Only Way Is Essex
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