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From Nigel Farage to Jamie Lynn Spears: Who’s in I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here 2023?

The series will show the stars put their lives as food critics, YouTubers, presenters, and actors on pause to live in the Australian Hinterlands, alongside their hosts Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.

Following the format the show has kept since its debut in 2002, the celebrities will camp outside in hammocks (if they’re lucky) and on the ground (if they are not), participating in regular ‘Bushtucker challenges’ at Ant and Dec’s behest.

I’m a Celebrity… South Africa reveals all-star cast and first look preview

Pictured: Shaun Ryder, Helen Flanagan, Phil Tufnell, Jordan Banjo, Carol Vorderman, Paul Burrell, Amir Khan, Janice Dickinson and Fatima Whitbread

The celebrities braved the Australian Jungle, but now their challenges will be bigger, tougher, and their environment entirely more unforgiving in South Africa.

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! has been a British staple since 2002, with over 250 celebs competing for the title of King or Queen of the jungle since its inception. Ant and Dec have swapped their usual Australian backdrop for the South African jungle and brought back some of the most iconic celebrity contestants who will battle to win the first ever title of “I’m a Celebrity Legend”.

I’m a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here! 2020 to be filmed in the UK

The new contestants will be swapping the Australian jungle for a ruined castle in the British countryside as the series will crown its first-ever King or Queen of the Castle.

However, the celebrities won’t escape the gruelling viewer-voted trials and will partake in fun challenges to win food and treats for the camp.

Ant and Dec will return as hosts and give all the gossip from inside the castle.