I'm A Celebrity 2017 teaser revealed but when does it start?

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The very first I'm A Celebrity 2017 teaser aired on ITV tonight ahead of this month's launch date.

This evening saw a first video ad featuring Ant and Dec.


Well, their voices at least.

A 10 second spot saw the duo shouting from the jungle alongside the show's iconic theme music.

So when does I'm A Celebrity begin on TV?

"They're playing our song! Who's ready?" ITV tweeted alongside the clip.

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 November.


Reigning Queen Of The Jungle Scarlett Moffatt - who is hosting the ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp - revealed: "I was texting Dec yesterday about it. The intention is [that Ant will be there]."

The precise launch date for I'm A Celebrity 2017 has now been officially confirmed for Sunday, November 19 at 9PM.

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

Who's on I'm A Celebrity 2017?

A whole heap of celebrities have been linked to this year's new series.

Rumoured all star campers include The Saturdays' singer Vanessa White, Made In Chelsea's Louise Thompson and Tattoo Fixers star Paisley Billings, Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine and Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas.

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, 2016 runner up and comedian Joel Dommett and Jungle favourite and former King of the Jungle Joe Swash will join Scarlett on the ITV2 spin-off Extra Camp.

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