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When does I'm A Celebrity 2021 start? All about this year's new series

When is I'm A Celebrity on and who's on the line up?

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Here's all we know so far about this year's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

Ant and Dec will be back to host I'm A Celebrity which this year will be filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales.

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As ever, a group of celebs will undertake gruelling trials and fun-filled challenges to win food and treats in the lead up to one of them being crowned King or Queen of the Castle.

When will I'm A Celebrity start on TV?

I'm A Celebrity has been confirmed to start on ITV in November with a confirmed launch date of Sunday, 21 November at 9PM.

As ever, the series will air nightly for around three weeks.

We'll update this post with the confirmed launch date as soon as we have it!

Who's on the line up?

The official line up has been confirmed with ten celebs starting the show.

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Contestants taking part I'm A Celebrity line up currently include musician Naughty Boy, Emmerdale's Danny Miller, BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin, former Strictly judge & choreographer Arlene Phillips, sports star Kadeena Cox and football star David Ginola.

Competing the line up is singer Frankie Bridge, Olympic diver Matty Lee, Radio 1Xtra DJ Snoochie Shy, broadcaster Richard Madeley, Corrie actor Simon Gregson and actor Adam Woodyatt.

Meanwhile it's rumoured that soap stars Simon Gregson and Adam Woodyatt will join the show shortly after launch.

I'm A Celebrity returns to Wales

It was announced earlier this year that the show would be back in Wales for a second series due to the pandemic.

Dr Mark Baker, Chair of the Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust said: "I’m absolutely delighted that I’m A Celebrity has chosen Gwrych Castle to be its UK location for the 2021 series.

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I'm A Celebrity castle (2020)

"Gwrych Castle is a beautiful grade I listed historic house and a must-see destination for tourists visiting Wales. I’m A Celebrity being here will really help support its ongoing restoration as well as giving the region a much-needed economic boost. We are all very excited to be working with the team again."

Meanwhile Vernon Kay, who made the final of last year's series, recently suggested that this year's celebs were in for a much tougher time.

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"I’ve heard that it’s going to be more vicious, it’s going to be on a bigger scale," he said. "And they’re going to be doing lots more activities. I’ve heard this year’s trials are going to be out and about – more of the countryside."

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