The former footballer reportedly signed a six figure deal to join I’m a Celeb – with the 56-year-old deciding to take a punt on I’m a Celeb after being convinced by last year’s King of the Jungle, Harry Redknapp.
The Girls Aloud singer was hotly rumoured to be heading to the jungle, and is hoping the experience will see her toughen up.
The former X Factor star is also newly single, but don’t expect a jungle romance – he’s looking forward to embracing the single life.
The BBC Radio 1 presenter is planning on making a makeshift radio in camp to cheer up her camp mates and says her early starts will help with sleep deprivation.
The comedian said joining the show was a “no brainer” and said he will entertain his campers with stand-up routines.
The former EastEnders star is jungle-bound to prove to people she is not “a pushover or a doormat.”
The fearless Capital Radio DJ is ready to get stuck into jungle life.
The Olympian is no stranger to a rumble in the jungle, having done I’m a Celebrity back in the US in 2003.
Ex-England rugby player.
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Some I know, most I don’t but the surprise is Caitlyn Jenner …
There are so many reasons why I dislike her but the main one is that she married into the dreadful Kardashian family. It’s unlikely, therefore, that I will be watching much of this year’s series, unless Caitlyn either withdraws or is ejected at an early stage …
Bruce Jenner was one of my athletics heroes back in the day when he was a brilliant decathlete. Now just another publicity seeking nonentity. Interesting to see how James Haskell (not the most PC person on the planet) gets on with him!
I don’t know any of them. I hate the eating bug challeges & those poor animals that have to put up with sweaty humans invading their space. I would love to see some one being bitten or stung, but it never happens. Yet those silly people scream & shout as if they are. It’s too safe in my opinion. No, I wont be watching.