When does I’m A Celebrity 2017 start? Air date CONFIRMED!

I'm A Celebrity 2017 start date on TV

The countdown is on until I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is back on TV this year but when does it start?


We know that Ant and Dec will return to our TVs in 2017 with what will be the seventeenth(!) series of I’m A Celebrity in around November time.

When does I’m A Celebrity start?

The precise launch date has now been officially revealed with Sunday, November 19 the confirmed air date for I’m A Celeb, with the start time at 9PM.

“Forget Christmas, this is the ONLY date you need to remember this year. Sunday 19th November. #ImACeleb,” ITV tweeted.

This is a week later than usual and would mean the series ending a week later as well, around December 10.

As for who could be on the I’m A Celebrity 2017 line up, no names are confirmed right now but we’ve got a LOT of rumours.

I’m A Celebrity 2017 line up

A list of potential celebrity contestants for the I’m A Celebrity cast include The Saturdays’ singer Vanessa White, Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas, Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine, Made In Chelsea’s Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo and Tattoo Fixers star Paisley Billings.


Also tipped to appear are former rugby player Ben Cohen MBE, Taekwondo champ Jade Jones, The Only Way Is Essex’s Danielle Armstrong, Big Brother’s Nikki Grahame and Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas.

More potential celebs include Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson and Ex-Wimbledon Tennis champ turned BBC pundit Boris Becker.

Plus, there’s talk that TOWIE’s Gemma Collins could be back following her previous very short stay in camp back in 2014.

Meanwhile, a new line up of hosts has been confirmed for ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp.


This year, the ITV2 show will be hosted live every night by current Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt, 2016 runner up and comedian Joel Dommett and Jungle favourite and former King of the Jungle Joe Swash.

All three hosts are straight talking Jungle fanatics who will bring their own unique take on what’s happening in camp, with none of them afraid to speak their own mind as they dissect the day’s drama.

More on: