I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2019 is on its way - who's on the line up this year?
I'm A Celebrity 2019 will be back on ITV in November.
Ten names have now been officially confirmed for the show, entering camp this Sunday night.
Leaving their plush pads and luxuries far behind, the celebrity campers will spend up to three weeks taking on the harsh surroundings of the Australian Jungle, with a whole host of brand new nasty surprises created just for them.
Meet the I'm A Celebrity 2019 contestants below...
Who's on I'm A Celebrity 2019? Contestants line up!
Caitlyn Jenner has supposedly agreed a £500,000 deal to join the I'm A Celebrity line up this autumn. The Olympian turned reality star is most famous for her appearances in Keeping Up with the Kardashians and I Am Cait.
“I did the US version of this and it was a very interesting experience last time I did it,” explains the star.
Girls Aloud singer turned solo performer Nadine Coyle has signed up for this year's show in a bid to dispel her fear of trying anything new.
The 34-year-old explains since she became a Mum to her daughter, Anaiya, she has lost her gutsy attitude and become quite fearful of simple things in life like flying.
Capital FM host Roman Kemp is heading for the jungle in 2019. He currently presents the hit music station's breakfast slot alongside Vick Hope and Sonny Jay.
He's happy to crawl around with spiders and creepy crawlies but put Roman in a coffin with cotton wool and he will most definitely freak out.
Actress Jacqueline Jossa is looking forward to a phone detox in the Jungle as she predicts her soap friends will be shocked to discover she is a contestant because she ‘doesn’t do creatures’.
And the 27-year-old – who quit in 2018 as Lauren Branning in the BBC1 drama after eight years – also admits the toughest part of taking part in this year’s I’m a Celebrity is going to be entering as herself rather than as a fictional character.
Arsenal and England football legend Ian Wright reveals he sought the advice of his friend and former winner, Harry Redknapp, after deliberating over whether to finally accept an offer to appear on this year’s I’m A Celebrity.
Ian – who is now one of TV’s best-known football pundits – says he has rejected countless approaches in the past because he felt there was too much jeopardy involved.
Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway hopes her fear of heights, insects and bugs in the Jungle will give the nation a laugh and provide much needed light relief from the Brexit political wrangles.
And the 52-year-old news junkie jokes she is going to ban everyone in the camp talking about whether Britain should ‘Leave’ or ‘Remain’ in Europe.
Former England rugby union player, James Haskell, admits to having ‘big shoes to fill’ if he wants to emulate the popularity of his famous in-laws – Richard & Judy – on this year’s I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
But the 34-year-old says the chance to take part in the award-winning ITV series came at the perfect moment after his rugby World Cup dreams were dashed earlier this year when he had to retire due to injury.
He is one of this year’s Jungle bachelors but Rak-Su star, Myles Stephenson, has ruled out finding romance in the Jungle.
Smiling, the 28-year-old insists he wants to embrace single life and he definitely doesn’t want to find love under the stars.
Andrew Maxwell is an Irish stand-up comedian who narrates MTV's Ex On The Beach.
And despite being a self-confessed news junkie, the 45-year-old also reveals he is glad he has the perfect excuse to miss listening to the politicians in the run-up to the general election.
Radio 1 presenter, Adele Roberts, readily admits she will fall to pieces if she spots a spider around the Jungle campfire.
Adele – who has hosted the BBC’s early morning show for more than four years – says her phobia of the eight-legged insect is so bad that she has to have cedar blocks around her house to prevent them from daring to enter it.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will launch on Sunday, November 17 at 9PM on ITV.
Ant and Dec are confirmed to return on the main show after Ant stepped down last year, replaced by Holly Willoughby.
Alongside Ant and Dec, ITV has revealed the new hosting team for I'm A Celebrity's ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp.
The jungle reality series' ITV2 sister show has confirmed two new faces after Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash both quit earlier in 2019.
ITV has confirmed that former I'm A Celebrity campers Adam Thomas and Emily Atack will be taking over, joining returning Joel Dommett.