Sarah Harding for I'm A Celebrity after Celebrity Big Brother?

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Could Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding be set for I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here this autumn?

The singer recently appeared in Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5, having also taken part in The Jump on Channel 4 and Tumble on BBC One.


Now she’s been rumoured for I’m A Celeb on ITV when it returns to screens this autumn.

Bookies have tipped Sarah to be a part of the line up alongside a host of other stars.

EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa and even One Direction’s Liam Payne been tipped for the new series – although that last one seems rather unlikely.

Sarah Harding.
Sarah Harding.

Actor Danny Dyer, This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes and former England boss Sam Allardyce have also been tipped to join the cast.

Yet more rumoured names linked to I’m A Celeb this year include The Saturdays’ singer Vanessa White, Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson, reality star Gemma Collins 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, Geordie Shore’s Gaz Beadle, Big Brother’s Nikki Grahame and Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas.


However a number of stars have said no to the show.

Tom Fletcher says he won’t be following his McFly bandmate Dougie Poynter into the I’m A Celebrity jungle.

“I’ve got stuff going on,” he told the Daily Star newspaper. “Dougie won I’m a Celebrity, Harry [Judd] won Strictly Come Dancing. I’m alright. I’m happy to watch them go off and do it.”

Tom added: “I was Dougie’s guest when he was in I’m a Celebrity, and I got to stay at the luxury Australian hotel for two weeks. I think that’s the better deal.”

Ant Dec

And boxer Frank Bruno revealed this week: “You’ll never see me in the Jungle. I don’t want to eat any balls or nothing – that’s not my cup of tea.”


I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2017 will start on ITV in the autumn.

The show, hosted by Ant and Dec, typically begins in November.

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