I’m a Celebrity 2023: Everything You Need to Know

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Are you ready for another season of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here? The popular reality show is set to return later this year with a new batch of celebrities who will face the challenges of living in the Australian jungle. Here are some of the details you need to know about the upcoming season.

When will it air?

Although there has been no confirmed release date for I’m a Celebrity 2023, it usually airs in November on ITV1 and ITVX. So we can expect it to broadcast around this usual time slot.

Who are the hosts?

The show will be hosted by the dynamic duo of Ant and Dec, who have been presenting the show since its inception in 2002. The pair are known for their witty banter and hilarious commentary on the celebrities’ antics.

Who are the celebrities?

The official line-up of the celebrities has not been announced yet, but there are plenty of rumors and speculations about who might be joining the show. Some of the names that have been mentioned include: 

  • Susanna Reid: The Good Morning Britain host has hinted that she would be open to taking part in the show, saying “Never say never!” in a video posted by GMB’s official Instagram account.

  • Danny Dyer: The EastEnders legend has left the soap after nine years of playing pub landlord Mick Carter, and has since starred in various TV shows and films. He could be ready for a new challenge in the jungle.

  • The Vivienne: The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has expressed her interest in joining the show, saying “Get me to that jungle, what a great life opportunity. I am all for that!” on Lorraine.

  • Denise Van Outen: The TV presenter and actress has previously said that she might do I’m a Celebrity for her 50th birthday, which will be in 2024. She could use this year as a warm-up for the big celebration.

  • Tom Holland: The Spider-Man star might be a long shot, but he has said that he would “love” to join the show and that he would be good at the athletic challenges. However, he also admitted that he would find some of the people and the eating trials “very irritating”.

  • Judi Love: The comedian and Loose Women panelist has revealed that she wasn’t taking part in the 2022 version of the show, but she was excited about the show moving back to Australia. Maybe 2023 will be her year to face some fears.

  • Phil Taylor: The darts champion opened up about wanting to take part in the show back in 2017, saying “I would like to do the jungle”. He could be ready to swap his arrows for insects.

Of course, these are just rumors and nothing is confirmed until ITV announces the official line-up. There could be some surprises and twists along the way.

What can we expect?

We can expect another season of fun, drama, and entertainment as the celebrities try to cope with living in harsh conditions, doing daily Bushtucker Trials, and getting along with each other. There will also be plenty of public votes, eliminations, and live shows.
The show will also feature some familiar elements such as Dingo Dollar Challenges, Celebrity Cyclone, Kiosk Kev, and Camp Leader elections. There might also be some new additions and twists to keep things fresh and exciting.
The ultimate goal for celebrities is to win over the hearts of the viewers and be crowned as the King or Queen of the Jungle.
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