Some people criticise I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here for not featuring actual celebrities, but to be honest that word has evolved to the point where people don't have to be a world famous singer or actor to be considered a celeb.
There have only been a few people confirmed for the reality TV competitive show, with many more rumoured to be taking part. However, the official Twitter account for Ant and Dec has potentially teased fans about rather interesting singer heading to the Australian jungle.
Introducing Princess Vitarah, a woman with nearly 17,000 followers on Twitter and a singer, who recently released the video for the song 'I Wanna Fuck Donald Trump'. The lyrics include: "I wanna fuck Donald Trump cause my pussy kill n***as, my pussy kill n***as, my pussy kill n***as."
Yes, you read that right.
Ant and Dec's tweet says: "I've got the line up for this years @imacelebrity if you're interested...."
More than 10,000 people have liked and retweeted the post, with many people interested in whether the tweet meant Ms Vitarah is a contestant, or whether they were just referencing her tweet, which said: "Tell me something I don't know."
It's probably more of the latter rather than the former. Sorry to disappoint those people looking to see whether the Princess would be spitting some serious rhymes during her time on the show.
So far Made In Chelsea actor Georgia Toffolo, Saturdays singer Vanessa White and former Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby have been confirmed to appear in this year's I'm a Celeb show according to the Sun.
The other names being thrown around for the jungle contest include rugby star Ben Cohen, TOWIE star and renowned stage faller Gemma Collins, presenter Craig Charles, Love Island mug Johnny Mitchell, Corrie actor Ryan Thomas among many others.
Whoever ends up on our screens, the whole of the UK breathed a sigh of relief and joy when it was announced that Ant and Dec would definitely be returning to host the show. There had been a degree of uncertainty over whether the two would come back for the show, after Ant checked into rehab earlier this year for an addiction to alcohol and prescription pills.
Station controller Kevin Lygo also confirmed Ant's return, saying at the Edinburgh International TV Festival: "Ant is doing really well and we are expecting him to return for I'm a Celebrity."
The show will kick off on November 19 so only time will tell until the full line-up is released.
Sources: The Sun
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