Martin Kemp, Brooke Kinsella, Charlie Dimmock and Rav Wilding among 71 Degrees North celebs

71 Degrees North

The ten celebrities fighting it out in the ice and snow as they head 71 Degrees North have been revealed. The new batch of wannabe explorers for the second series includes soap stars Martin Kemp and Brooke Kinsella, ground force girl Charlie Dimmock and Crimewatch presenter Rav Wilding.

The unique reality show will be set amongst the icy glaciers and snowy landscape of Scandinavia as the celebs face an adrenaline-fuelled programme which will once again mix spectacular experiences and pure danger with sheer entertainment and breathtaking scenery.

Culminating inside the Arctic Circle, this eight part adventure series stars 10 celebrities, fighting their way to the most northern part of mainland Europe. Along the way, tempers will rise and temperatures will plummet. Getting there will require every ounce of strength they have.

Take Me Out star Paddy McGuinness and former Sky Sports presenter Charlotte Jackson will front the new series of the show, which sees 10 celebrities take on the adventure of a lifetime. They must battle it out on a journey to the North Cape, 71° North of the equator. Their destination lies at the northernmost point of mainland Europe and getting there will require every ounce of strength they have.

Those taking up the challenge this year are: Martin Kemp, Brook Kinsella, Nicky Clarke, Charlie Dimmock, Rav Wilding, Lisa Maxwell, Sean Maguire, Angellica Bell, John Thomson and Amy Williams.

For the 10 new stars facing this epic challenge, they will encounter harsh conditions that will see the teams bonding for survival. Along the way, friendships will form and adventures will be had but ultimately, the celebrities are battling it out for themselves. Viewers will get to know some of Britain’s best loved stars, see how they deal with the immense pressure of arctic conditions and watch them embark on the experience of a lifetime.

Only one celebrity will make it all the way to The North Cape and be crowned winner of 71 Degrees North.

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