Get ready for the ultimate celebrity jungle showdown as I’m A Celebrity All Stars returns, bringing back some of our favourite campmates from previous seasons. But that’s not all! This time, six surprise stars are set to join the lineup, making the competition even more fierce and exciting. From seasoned reality TV veterans to surprise newcomers, it’s time to get ready for the adventure of a lifetime as these celebs compete for survival in the Australian wilderness. Are you ready to meet the All Stars’ newest additions?
It has been reported that six surprise stars will be joining the previously confirmed campmates in the South African jungle for I’m A Celebrity All Stars. The Sun reports that Gillian McKeith, Dean Gaffney, Joe Swash, Andy Whyment, Myleene Klass, and Georgia Toffolo will be arriving in camp. They will join returning campmates Helen Flanagan, Carol Vorderman, Amir Khan, Janice Dickinson, Paul Burrell, Jordan Banjo, Shaun Ryder, Fatima Whitbread, and Phil Tufnell. Unlike previous years, there will be no public vote, and the celebrities will be competing against each other in a bid to become the first-ever I’m A Celebrity Legend.
The challenges presented to the contestants this year are said to be much tougher and will take place in a harsher environment in South Africa, unlike the usual Australian jungle. Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly revealed the news of the star’s return to the jungle during an episode of their show, Saturday Night Takeaway.
Carol Vorderman, who is set to return to the show for a second time, has revealed she’d love to have her dream campmate Myleene Klass join her for the adventure. However, she also admitted she would lose out to Myleene in the “bikini Oscars.” The former Countdown star also divulged that she’s been to South Africa before and fell in love with the country when she was just 19.
Helen Flanagan, whose appearance on I’m A Celebrity left viewers entertained as she frequently stripped down to her bikini, has also been confirmed to return for All Stars. During her first stint on the show, Helen would repeatedly quit challenges without attempting them, causing frustration for the other celebrities in the camp.
Janice Dickinson, who appeared on the seventh series in 2007, said that she’s returning to the jungle for the fun of it and to see if she can “get along with everyone.” Meanwhile, Amir Khan revealed that participating in the show had helped him to overcome his phobia of spiders and snakes and made him tougher.
Producers are hoping that Diversity star Jordan Banjo will bring plenty of energy and banter to the new series. Fatima Whitbread, who finished third in her season, also expressed her excitement to return to the show where she “learned a lot about herself.” In contrast, Paul Burrell, former butler of the late Princess Diana, said he was expecting everything to be “bigger” in South Africa after he had to eat kangaroo testicles on his previous stint on the show.
The new series of I’m A Celebrity All Stars promises to be more challenging and exciting than ever before as the contestants battle it out to become the first-ever I’m A Celebrity Legend. Viewers can look forward to watching their favourite stars struggle to complete tough challenges and undergo rigorous trials in the harsh African jungle environment.
With the imminent return of I’m A Celebrity All Stars, excitement levels are at an all-time high. Fans are eager to see their favorite celebrities back in the jungle, but the addition of six surprise stars has only added to the anticipation. As we eagerly await the first episode, we can only speculate on who these mystery stars may be and what kind of challenges they’ll face in the jungle. One thing is for certain, though – this season is bound to be full of surprises and unforgettable moments. So buckle up, and get ready for the ride of a lifetime with I’m A Celebrity All Stars!