I'm A Celebrity 2017: Latest 'confirmed' celebrities arrive in Australia

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The first 'confirmed' names on the I'm A Celebrity 2017 cast has arrived in Australia.

Although strictly speaking ITV have not officially named any names for this year's series, the rumoured celebs are starting to confirm their involvement as they arrive Down Under.


First to touch down at Brisbane Airport this week was YouTuber Jack Maynard, who had been tipped for the I'm A Celebrity line up earlier this week.

The vlogger, who boasts over a million subscribers, is the young brother of singer Conor Maynard.

He was soon joined in Australia by former Chelsea and England footballer Dennis Wise.

Jack Maynard

Also arriving have been Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas, who recently left his role on the Channel 4 soap, and Made In Chelsea's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo.

Next to set down in Australia were The Saturdays' singer Vanessa White, boxer Amir Khan and Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine.


Joining them are comedian Shappi Khorsandi and Ex MP and father of Boris Johnson, Stanley Johnson.

The nine piece will be joined in Australia by more celebs in the coming days, if not hours, as they prepare for next Sunday's launch.

I'm A Celebrity kicks off on Sunday, November 19 on ITV at 9PM.

Alongside the stars already in Australia, those rumoured to be joining them include Goggleboxer Sandra Martin and Ex-Wimbledon Tennis champ Boris Becker.

Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby, former rugby player Ben Cohen MBE and The Only Way Is Essex's Kate Wright have all been linked to the line up.

I'm A Celebrity 2017

Tattoo Fixers star Paisley Billings is also said to have signed up.


I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here launches on November 19 on ITV with hosts Ant and Dec.

Meanwhile, Scarlett Moffatt, Joe Swash and Joel Dommett will host a new look Extra Camp spin-off on ITV2, airing each night straight after the main show.

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