Virgin Media viewers are gearing up for another star-studded series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! as fans await the confirmed celebrity line-up.
It is believed that this year’s season will start soon, in less than two weeks. Last year, show bosses had already announced the confirmed list of celebrities entering the jungle by October 31 before it kicks off on November 6.
Since that time has now passed, it is believed that this year’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! it may air at a slightly later date. Looking at previous years, it is believed that the 2023 season will start in a few days while we wait for confirmed news.
I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! 2023 is expected to start on either Sunday November 12 or Sunday November 19, keeping with ITV’s tradition of launching the popular program on a Sunday. The 2023 final is expected to be in December.
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Virgin Media Ireland has confirmed it will show the series in Ireland.
Celebrities from the world of daytime TV, pop stars and even politics have signed up to take part in the grueling reality series – with the pressure to make this year as successful as last, which saw disgraced MP Matt Hancock and lioness Jill Scott go head-to-head for the crown of the jungle.
Rumors have been swirling this year that the This Morning host could swap the show’s iconic sofa for nights under the Aussie stars in the I’m A Celebrity camp. Soap legends, a JLS star, a drag queen and various sports stars have also been linked to the upcoming season of the show.
Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly are set to return to the Australian jungle with a new line-up of celebrities to take on the jungle’s grueling challenges. Last year’s line-up saw the show take place back Down Under after two years in Wales. The likes of Boy George, Matt Hancock and Chris Moyles took part, with soccer star Jill Scott taking the jungle crown.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has revealed he has a deal with I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! the Chiefs are ready to sign. The 59-year-old GB News presenter has teased he is ready to accept his invitation from ITV to enjoy a jungle stay with some famous campmates, with former contestant Paul Burrell urging the controversial broadcaster to take the plunge and her reality TV debut later this year.
“In previous years, I just ruled out being on the show completely. This year I am in conversation with them. They sent me a contract. I will read it really seriously,” Farage continued when speaking to GB News. “And look, I might as well do it. I may not do it, but I am very seriously considering it. It is a massive program watched by a huge number of young people who care about their lives but are not involved in politics. I’m really considering it.”
Marvin Humes is the latest star believed to be joining the line-up. The singer, who rose to fame as part of British boy band JLS, could soon be heading to Australia. Marvin, 38, is said to have the support of his wife, The Saturdays singer and This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes, 34, who has never been shy about supporting her husband.
A source revealed: “Marvin would be a brilliant signing.” They added: “Not only is he familiar to X Factor fans and JLS fans, but The Hit List and This Morning audiences span from children to older viewers. And with Rochelle’s backing, he’s got a ready-made fan base.” The source went on to tell The Sun that bosses hope Marvin will use the famous jungle shower to show off his ripped physique after remaining “pin- up” during his 15 years in the public eye. “He’ll also have plenty of showbiz stories to tell from his 15 years in the spotlight,” they added.
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