The Celebrities Rumoured To Be Heading Into The Jungle For I'm A Celebrity 2019
While no contestants have been officially confirmed by the I'm A Celeb camp, as usual we've had a swathe of rumours to get excited about ahead of the show's return next month.
Footballing legend Ian Wright is one of the few hotly-tipped names for 2019 - news that last year's winner Harry Redknapp apparently let slip at an event in Nottingham earlier this month, when a fan in the audience tweeted: "Just got home from seeing @Redknapp in Nottingham. Interestingly, he let slip that Ian Wright has been paid £1m to appear on this year's #ImACeleb."
The fan, Luke Pawley, later told Metro: "He was asked why he went in the jungle and said, 'Well, they paid me half a million quid, so that helped. Ian Wright's going in this year and they're paying him a million.'"
Then there's ex-Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle. Will she spill the beans on her former bandmates' reported beef? Guess we'll just have to see.
"Her link to Cheryl [Tweedy, fellow ex-Girls Aloud singer] makes her an even more exciting prospect.
"It's no secret there's no love lost between them, and Nadine is refreshingly honest about what went on from her perspective. And I'm A Celebrity could well be the start of something big again for her."
Meanwhile, presenter Kate Garraway kind of confirmed her appearance in the reality show live on Good Morning Britain recently.
Her co-host Ben Shephard quizzed her on the rumours, saying: "I heard it was confimed."
But Garraway remained coy and said cryptically: "Even if I was doing it, I couldn't say I was doing it."
She added: "I don't like heights. I don't like the dark. I don't like camping, even in a tent."
According to The Sun, former rugby union star James Haskell is also likely to feature, as is Roman Kemp - the son of 80s musician and actor Martin Kemp, who is currently a radio presenter on Capital FM.
As usual, we also have a few names from the soap circuit that have been thrown into the ring, with Eastenders actor Jacqueline Jossa thought to be heading to the jungle, along with Coronation Street's Andrew Whyment.
Of Whyment, who plays Kirk Sutherland, a source told The Sun: "They were chuffed to get Andrew as viewers have watched him on Coronation Street for the best part of two decades, yet know nothing about him away from Kirk."
Finally, it looks like we may also get an appearance from Myles Stephenson, who is part of X Factor 2017 winners Rak-Su.
He was shacked up with Love Island star Gabby Allen, but the pair have now parted ways.
For now, however, these names are still merely rumours - to find out for sure who's heading into the camp this year, you'll just have to tune in to I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on Sunday 17 November at 9pm on ITV.
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