Here’s a run down of who’s taking part in I’m A Celebrity South Africa as the new series comes to ITV.
The I’m A Celebrity ‘All Stars’ show will see former campmates return to compete to be named the first ever I’m A Celebrity legend.
With no public vote, they will be competing against each other in a series of challenges.
Rather than heading back to the usual camp in Australia, the celebs will be welcomed to a brand new setting in South Africa.
I’m A Celebrity all stars line up
The full line up of celebrities taking part in the new series are…
Amir Khan – Boxing Champion who first appeared in 2017 (17th series).
Jordan Banjo – Diversity Dancer who first appeared in 2016 (16th series).
Helen Flanagan – Actress who first appeared in 2012 (12th series).
Carol Vorderman – TV Presenter who first appeared in 2016 (16th series).
Fatima Whitbread – Olympic Athlete who first appeared in 2011 (11th series).
Paul Burrell – Former Royal Butler who first appeared in 2004 (4th series).
Phil Tufnell – Ex-England Cricketer who first appeared in 2003 (2nd series).
Janice Dickinson – Supermodel who first appeared in 2007 (7th series).
Shaun Ryder – Music Legend who first appeared in 2010 (10th series).
Gillian McKeith – TV personality who first appeared in 2010 (10th series).
Myleene Klass – Musician who finished as runner up in 2006 (6th series).
Georgia Toffolo – Reality star who won 2017’s series (17th series).
Andy Whyment – Soap actor who was runner up of the 2019 series (19th series).
Joe Swash – Actor and TV presenter who won 2008’s series (8th series).
Dean Gaffney – Soap star who took part in 2006’s series (6th series).
I’m A Celebrity South Africa airs nightly at 9PM on ITV1 and ITVX.
The show will air for three weeks before one celeb is crowned the first ever I’m A Celebrity… Legend.