I’m A Celeb’s return to Australian jungle has a crazy new twist

I’m A Celeb is about to make a return to our screens on November 6 and as the show sets to air, here’s the new twist of the show and its official line-up.

I’m A Celeb’s return to Australian jungle has a crazy new twist
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I’m A Celeb’s return to Australian jungle has a crazy new twist

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! Contestants are ready in their jungle gears as the show has officially released a cast photo of the stars heading into the jungle in 2022. The line-up was unveiled in the photo and ten celebs are ready to enter the Australian jungle this Sunday.

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Plot Twist

In a new twist for this year, I’m A Celeb viewers can vote to make many of the cast members VIPs of the jungle. VIPs – in jungle terms means ‘Very Isolated People’ who are going to spend their first night stranded on the island and get a glimpse of the journey that awaits them in the coming weeks, reported Mirror.

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The line-up for the show

The celebs who will be campmates have already arrived in Australia and will be joining the jungle soon. The actual line-up of the show isn’t that different from the rumoured list of contestants. Here’s who is entering the jungle this year:

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Matt Hancock

The last-minute addition to the list is yet to pose in his jungle gear but the disgraced former Health Secretary’s entry to the show has sparked a lot of controversies.

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Mike Tindall

The first-ever Royal and former Rugby player to sign up for the show is an ‘open book’ who’s going to try his best to win the show.

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Jill Scott

The retired England Lioness who’s going into the jungle to ‘have a good time.’

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Chris Moyles

The 48-year-old radio DJ hopes to bring ‘some humour to the camp’ as people would witness ‘much quieter, sensitive Christopher Moyles.’

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Boy George

The music icon who secured the highest paying cheque ever in the history of the show intends that the show is ‘going to be amazing’ for him.

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Charlene White

The Loose Women favourite hopes to bring her daytime chattiness to the jungle and wants to encourage others.

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Sue Cleaver

The 59-year-old Corrie star wants to be the ‘mother figure’ of the jungle who’s going to have an ‘open mind’ about things.

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Owen Warner

The youngest camp member hopes that he won’t ‘cause any tension’ or ‘cry in the jungle.’

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Babatunde Aléshé

The 36-year-old feels seeing him freak out will be ‘entertaining’ for everyone.

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Olivia Attwood

The first-ever Love Island contestant to be a part of the show is ready to show a ‘different side’ of hers to the world.

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Scarlette Douglas

The 35-year-old is cautious about anything that involves a spider in the jungle.

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Mirror: I'm A Celebrity 2022 first look at star-studded line-up as ITV announce major show format shake-up

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