Asked By: Jeffery Bennett Date: created: Jan 26 2023

Who is left in I’m a celebrity 2022

Answered By: Bernard Griffin Date: created: Jan 26 2023

During Saturday’s instalment (26th November 2022), rugby legend Mike Tindall was eliminated from the competition at the final hurdle, missing out on a place in the final itself. This left our final three as former Health Secretary Matt Hancock MP, football lioness Jill Scott, and Hollyoaks star Owen Warner.

Thankfully, Mike commented on how he just felt “very lucky” to have been able to take part when speaking with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly. As he crossed the bridge, finishing in fourth place, Mike was greeted by his loving wife Zara Tindall, the daughter of King Charles III’s sister, Anne, Princess Royal.

Zara was not the only royal to show Mike some love as Zara’s cousin Princess Beatrice tweeted in support of him. Charlene White had been the first celebrity to be voted out of season 22, followed by Scarlette Douglas, Sue Cleaver, Boy George, Babatúndé Aléshé, Chris Moyles, Seann Walsh, and then, of course, Mike Tindall.

Earlier in the season, Olivia Attwood was also forced to withdraw from I’m a Celebrity on medical grounds. Following her exit, Olivia revealed the “devastating” reason she had to leave the show, saying: “I was so scared, I was like, ‘What the hell is wrong with me?’ They couldn’t give me an answer, they just told me that they had to get me to the hospital immediately.” So, who has left I’m a Celebrity 2022? Read on to find out who has been eliminated from the jungle.

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Asked By: Adam Anderson Date: created: Feb 05 2023

Who got voted off I’m a celebrity

Answered By: Charles Ward Date: created: Feb 06 2023

Who has left I’m a Celebrity 2022 so far? Mike Tindall has become the eighth person to be voted off of, Hosts announced that the rugby player had failed to make it into the final at the end of Saturday’s (26 November) episode. His departure follows that of stand-up comic Seann Walsh the night before, DJ Chris Moyles on Thursday, and (23 November).

  • The comedian lasted 19 days in the jungle.
  • Aleshe’s departure Before them, Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver, broadcaster and A Place in the Sun presenter Scarlette Douglas were sent home.
  • In his post-elimination interview, Walsh told Ant and Dec: “So many memories.
  • So many amazing memories.
  • I loved it.

It is tough, and I don’t know how that comes across on screen. “As soon as you said my name, all of the tough bit just goes, and now I’m left with absolutely incredible memories. I’m gonna need a long time to process.” The day before, Moyles had told Ant and Dec that he had “really struggled” to cope with Matt Hancock’s controversial involvement in the series. Access unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video Sign up now for a 30-day free trial Access unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Amazon Prime Video Sign up now for a 30-day free trial When actor Sue Cleaver left, she sang the praises of her “jungle husband” Mike Tindall and expressed her desire for Lioness football star Jill Scott to win the competition during her exit interview with Ant and Dec.

During her time on the show, Cleaver told the extraordinary story of how she came to be The 59-year-old said that on her first day of production at a play in Manchester, she was approached by a fellow actor who said: “Oh my god, she’s the absolute double of my wife when I met her.” The man then asked for her date of birth.

Cleaver said the man then asked where she was born, and when she replied “Barnet”, the man rung his wife and he said: “I’ve found her.” Douglas, meanwhile, left on Sunday 20 November, and was visibly tearful on hearing that she had been eliminated. Her departure came just after she had been instrumental in securing the letters from home for her fellow campmates.

The star said she had wanted Aleshe, who she had become close with on the show, to win.During her time in the series, Loose Women presenter White – who had become camp leader – refused to share the RV with camp leader Matt Hancock because he is a “sitting MP” and she did not want anything to affect her role as an impartial journalist. White, however, said that she “got on well” with Hancock in day-to-day life. I’m a Celebrity continues nightly on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

: Who has left I’m a Celebrity 2022 so far?

Has someone dropped out of I’m a celebrity?

Who’s left I’m A Celebrity 2022? – Olivia Attwood has pulled out of I’m A Celebrity 2022 after she was involved in a ‘medical emergency’. A spokesperson for I’m A Celebrity confirmed the news in a statement which read: “As a precautionary measure Olivia needed to leave the jungle to undergo some medical checks. I’m A Celebrity’s Olivia Attwood in her camp outfit before entering the jungle. Picture: ITV It’s thought Olivia is now on her way back to the UK to be with her fiancé Bradley Dack. The 31-year-old made history after becoming the first person from Love Island to go in the jungle.

Who won the I’m a celebrity 2023?

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! 2023 Finale Crowned #1 In Entertainment. Season nine achieves biggest BVOD audience ever.

Biggest BVOD + live stream audience ever – 128,000 viewers, up 44% year-on-year. The Winner Announced : 852,000 total national viewers. #1 entertainment show. Grand Finale : 789,000 total national viewers. #2 entertainment show. #1 in its timeslot in 25 to 54s across the series.10’s biggest launch of 2023. Biggest finale shares since 2021 Lifted 10’s timeslot 15% year-on-year.

After two seasons in Northern New South Wales, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! returned to screens live from the South African jungle, at a new time of year in April. Last night, after four weeks living on a diet of rice and beans with her fellow celebrity campmates, Liz Ellis was crowned Queen of the jungle and won $100,000 for her chosen charity, Share The Dignity.852,000 national viewers tuned in to The Winner Announced to see Liz crowned, it was the #1 entertainment show of the night, and the #1 show in 16 to 39s.

It was the biggest ever live stream audience for I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!, The Winner Announced was also #1 in its timeslot with a 34% commercial share, as well as #1 in under 50s (45.5%), 25 to 54s (41.6%) and 16 to 39s (47.7%).789,000 national viewers watched the Grand Finale, It was the #2 entertainment show of the night and #1 in its timeslot as well as #1 in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! season nine premiere was 10’s biggest launch in 2023 to date. The Opening Night episode launched to 830,000 total national viewers (metro + regional + BVOD), while Welcome To The Jungle achieved 823,000 viewers. Across the season, I’m A Celebrity’s overnight national audience was boosted 33% from 616,000 to a total national audience of 818,000.

  1. I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! was also #1 in its timeslot in 25 to 54s across the season.
  2. On 10 Play, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! celebrated its biggest live stream audience, up 35% compared with 2022, and biggest BVOD audience, up 46%.
  3. Senior Vice President Content and Programming, Paramount Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Daniel Monaghan, said: “We’re delighted with the performance of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! in its new timeslot starting straight after our Formula One coverage and just in time for family viewing over Easter.
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“This year’s celebrities have brought our screens alive, bringing authenticity, humour and warmth not to mention a dash of drama. We’ve loved seeing their personal growth in the jungle and peeling back the layers of each celebrity, getting to know their worthy charities and seeing their bonds and friendships flourish in camp.

And of course, their bravery, fortitude and folly as they faced frightening and revolting challenges that have given us unforgettable, laugh out loud moments. “It’s also been wonderful to back in South Africa, the birthplace of the series, and we must congratulate our incredibly talented team at Network 10 and ITV Studios Australia, on delivering an outstanding season.

Hosts Julia Morris and Dr. Chris Brown have been exceptional, and what a fitting swan song for Chris to be finishing his time on the series with a stellar season. “We’re thrilled to welcome new royalty to Australia and see Liz crowned the Queen of the jungle and are proud to donate $100,000 to her charity, Share the Dignity.” Chief Sales Officer, Paramount ANZ, Rod Prosser, said: ” I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! delivered strong results for us this season, growing 10’s timeslot 15% year-on-year.

“The series has consistently won entertainment in under 50s and 25 to 54s, secured significant commercial shares over 30% in these key advertising demos and has achieved its biggest BVOD audiences ever with 46% growth on last year. “We must also thank our wonderful sponsors including Bedshed who have joined us in the jungle for the last four years exemplifying the way we build and maintain positive partnerships.

And new sponsor Harris Scarfe who joined us in the jungle for the first time. “Both brands were featured in fresh and fun integrations that were loved by our celebrities and audiences alike delivering positive brand messages in our brand-safe series I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here !” *Source: OzTAM 5 City Metro, Regional Combined Aggregate Markets, OzTAM National VPM, 02/04/23-30/04/23, Total National Audience = National consolidated audience + 7 Day BVOD + Live stream.

Asked By: Leonars Price Date: created: Aug 29 2023

Who came third in I’m a celebrity 22

Answered By: Julian Bennett Date: created: Aug 29 2023

Matt Hancock finished the competition in third place The final episode of the hit ITV reality show’s 22nd season aired on 27 November on ITV and streaming on ITVX.

Asked By: Jake Mitchell Date: created: Jun 16 2023

How many have gone out of I’m a celebrity

Answered By: Herbert Brown Date: created: Jun 19 2023

Contestants – As of series 22, 254 celebrities have competed. Model and TV personality Katie Price, who appeared as a contestant in the third and ninth series respectively, was the only celebrity to have competed in two separate series, until the South Africa “All-Stars” series in 2023 which featured the return of other former campmates.

Key

Winner – King or Queen of the Jungle/Castle
Runner-up
Third place
Withdrew/Ejected
Participating

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Series Celebrity Age Notability Status 1 Tony Blackburn 59 Radio DJ 1st – Winner Tara Palmer-Tomkinson 30 Socialite & TV presenter 2nd – Runner-up Christine Hamilton 52 Media personality 3rd – Third place Nell McAndrew 28 Model & TV presenter 4th – Eliminated Rhona Cameron 36 Comedian 5th – Eliminated Darren Day 34 Actor & singer 6th – Eliminated Nigel Benn 38 Boxer 7th – Eliminated Uri Geller 55 Paranormalist 8th – Eliminated 2 Phil Tufnell 37 Cricketer 1st – Winner John Fashanu 40 Footballer 2nd – Runner-up Linda Barker 41 Interior designer & TV presenter 3rd – Third place Wayne Sleep 54 Dancer & choreographer 4th – Eliminated Antony Worrall Thompson 51 Chef & TV presenter 5th – Eliminated Toyah Willcox 44 Singer & actress 6th – Eliminated Catalina Guirado 29 Model & TV personality 7th – Eliminated Chris Bisson 27 Actor 8th – Eliminated Danniella Westbrook 29 Actress 9th – Withdrew Siân Lloyd 44 TV presenter 10th – Eliminated 3 Kerry Katona 23 Singer 1st – Winner Jennie Bond 53 TV presenter 2nd – Runner-up Peter Andre 30 Singer 3rd – Third place Lord Brocket 51 TV presenter 4th – Eliminated Katie Price 25 Model 5th – Eliminated Alex Best 31 Ex-wife of George Best 6th – Eliminated John Lydon 47 Singer 7th – Withdrew Neil Ruddock 35 Footballer 8th – Eliminated Diane Modahl 37 Olympic middle-distance runner 9th – Eliminated Mike Read 56 Radio DJ 10th – Eliminated 4 Joe Pasquale 43 Comedian 1st – Winner Paul Burrell 46 Butler 2nd – Runner-up Fran Cosgrave 26 Nightclub manager 3rd – Third place Janet Street-Porter 57 Journalist 4th – Eliminated Sophie Anderton 27 Model 5th – Eliminated Antonio Fargas 58 Actor 6th – Eliminated Sheila Ferguson 57 Singer 7th – Eliminated Vic Reeves 45 Comedian & TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Nancy Sorrell 30 Model & TV presenter 9th – Eliminated Natalie Appleton 31 Singer 10th – Withdrew Brian Harvey 30 Singer 11th – Withdrew 5 Carol Thatcher 52 Journalist & daughter of Margaret Thatcher 1st – Winner Sheree Murphy 30 Actress 2nd – Runner-up Sid Owen 33 Actor 3rd – Third place Jimmy Osmond 42 Singer 4th – Eliminated Bobby Ball 61 Comedian 5th – Eliminated Antony Costa 24 Singer 6th – Eliminated Jenny Frost 27 Singer 7th – Eliminated David Dickinson 64 TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Kimberley Davies 32 Actress 9th – Withdrew Jilly Goolden 56 Critic 10th – Eliminated Tommy Cannon 67 Comedian 11th – Eliminated Elaine Lordan 38 Actress 12th – Withdrew 6 Matt Willis 23 Singer 1st – Winner Myleene Klass 28 Singer 2nd – Runner-up Jason Donovan 38 Actor & singer 3rd – Third place David Gest 53 Producer 4th – Eliminated Dean Gaffney 28 Actor 5th – Eliminated Jan Leeming 64 TV presenter 6th – Eliminated Malandra Burrows 41 Actress 7th – Eliminated Phina Oruche 34 Actress 8th – Eliminated Lauren Booth 39 Journalist & activist 9th – Eliminated Faith Brown 62 Comedian 10th – Eliminated Scott Henshall 30 Fashion designer 11th – Eliminated Toby Anstis 35 TV & radio presenter 12th – Eliminated 7 Christopher Biggins 58 Actor 1st – Winner Janice Dickinson 52 Model 2nd – Runner-up J Brown 31 Singer & rapper 3rd – Third place Cerys Matthews 38 Singer 4th – Eliminated Gemma Atkinson 22 Model & actress 5th – Eliminated Anna Ryder Richardson 43 Interior designer & TV presenter 6th – Eliminated Rodney Marsh 63 Footballer 7th – Eliminated John Burton-Race 50 Chef 8th – Eliminated Lynne Franks 59 Media personality 9th – Eliminated Katie Hopkins 32 Reality TV star 10th – Eliminated Marc Bannerman 34 Actor 11th – Eliminated Malcolm McLaren 61 Sex Pistols Manager 12th – Withdrew 8 Joe Swash 26 Actor 1st – Winner Martina Navratilova 52 Tennis player 2nd – Runner-up George Takei 71 Actor 3rd – Third place David Van Day 51 Singer 4th – Eliminated Simon Webbe 30 Singer 5th – Eliminated Nicola McLean 27 Model 6th – Eliminated Brian Paddick 50 Senior policeman & politician 7th – Eliminated Esther Rantzen 68 TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Timmy Mallett 53 TV presenter 9th – Eliminated Carly Zucker 24 Fitness trainer & fiancé of Joe Cole 10th – Eliminated Dani Behr 34 TV presenter 11th – Eliminated Robert Kilroy-Silk 66 Politician & TV presenter 12th – Eliminated 9 Gino D’Acampo 33 Chef & TV presenter 1st – Winner Kim Woodburn 67 TV presenter 2nd – Runner-up Jimmy White 47 Snooker player 3rd – Third place Justin Ryan 42 Interior designer & TV presenter 4th – Eliminated Stuart Manning 30 Actor 5th – Eliminated Sabrina Washington 31 Singer 6th – Eliminated George Hamilton 70 Actor 7th – Withdrew Joe Bugner 59 Boxer 8th – Eliminated Samantha Fox 43 Model & singer 9th – Eliminated Colin McAllister 41 Interior designer & TV presenter 10th – Eliminated Lucy Benjamin 39 Actress 11th – Eliminated Katie Price 31 Model & Businesswoman 12th – Withdrew Camilla Dallerup 35 Professional dancer 13th – Withdrew 10 Stacey Solomon 21 Singer 1st – Winner Shaun Ryder 48 Singer 2nd – Runner-up Jenny Eclair 50 Comedian 3rd – Third place Dom Joly 42 Comedian 4th – Eliminated Kayla Collins 23 Model 5th – Eliminated Aggro Santos 21 Rapper 6th – Eliminated Linford Christie 50 Olympic sprinter 7th – Eliminated Gillian McKeith 51 Nutritionist & TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Britt Ekland 68 Actress 9th – Eliminated Alison Hammond 35 TV presenter 10th – Eliminated Lembit Öpik 45 Politician 11th – Eliminated Sheryl Gascoigne 47 Ex-wife of Paul Gascoigne 12th – Eliminated Nigel Havers 59 Actor 13th – Withdrew 11 Dougie Poynter 23 Musician 1st – Winner Mark Wright 24 Reality TV star 2nd – Runner-up Fatima Whitbread 50 Olympic javelin thrower 3rd – Third place Antony Cotton 36 Actor 4th – Eliminated Willie Carson 68 Jockey 5th – Eliminated Crissy Rock 53 Actress 6th – Eliminated Emily Scott 28 Model 7th – Eliminated Jessica-Jane Clement 26 Model & TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Lorraine Chase 60 Actress 9th – Eliminated Pat Sharp 50 TV & radio presenter 10th – Eliminated Sinitta 48 Singer 11th – Eliminated Stefanie Powers 69 Actress 12th – Eliminated Freddie Starr 68 Comedian 13th – Withdrew 12 Charlie Brooks 31 Actress 1st – Winner Ashley Roberts 31 Singer 2nd – Runner-up David Haye 32 Boxer 3rd – Third place Eric Bristow 55 Darts player 4th – Eliminated Hugo Taylor 26 Reality TV star 5th – Eliminated Rosemary Shrager 61 Chef 6th – Eliminated Helen Flanagan 22 Actress 7th – Eliminated Colin Baker 69 Actor 8th – Eliminated Linda Robson 54 Actress 9th – Eliminated Limahl 53 Singer 10th – Eliminated Nadine Dorries 55 Politician 11th – Eliminated Brian Conley 51 Comedian 12th – Withdrew 13 Kian Egan 33 Singer 1st – Winner David Emanuel 61 Fashion designer 2nd – Runner-up Lucy Pargeter 36 Actress 3rd – Third place Joey Essex 23 Reality TV star 4th – Eliminated Amy Willerton 21 Model 5th – Eliminated Rebecca Adlington 24 Olympic swimmer 6th – Eliminated Alfonso Ribeiro 42 Actor 7th – Eliminated Steve Davis 56 Snooker player 8th – Eliminated Matthew Wright 48 TV presenter 9th – Eliminated Vincent Simone 34 Professional dancer 10th – Eliminated Laila Morse 68 Actress 11th – Eliminated Annabel Giles 54 TV presenter 12th – Eliminated 14 Carl Fogarty 49 Superbike racer 1st – Winner Jake Quickenden 26 Singer 2nd – Runner-up Melanie Sykes 44 TV presenter 3rd – Third place Edwina Currie 68 Politician 4th – Eliminated Tinchy Stryder 28 Rapper 5th – Eliminated Kendra Wilkinson 29 Model & TV personality 6th – Eliminated Vicki Michelle 63 Actress 7th – Eliminated Michael Buerk 68 TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Nadia Forde 25 Model & singer 9th – Eliminated Jimmy Bullard 36 Footballer 10th – Eliminated Craig Charles 50 Actor 11th – Withdrew Gemma Collins 33 Reality TV star 12th – Withdrew 15 Vicky Pattison 28 Reality TV star 1st – Winner George Shelley 22 Singer 2nd – Runner-up Ferne McCann 25 Reality TV star 3rd – Third place Kieron Dyer 36 Footballer 4th – Eliminated Jorgie Porter 27 Actress 5th – Eliminated Tony Hadley 55 Singer 6th – Eliminated Duncan Bannatyne 66 Entrepreneur 7th – Eliminated Lady Colin Campbell 66 Socialite & author 8th – Withdrew Chris Eubank 49 Boxer 9th – Eliminated Yvette Fielding 47 TV presenter 10th – Eliminated Brian Friedman 38 Choreographer 11th – Eliminated Susannah Constantine 53 TV presenter 12th – Eliminated Spencer Matthews 26 Reality TV star 13th – Ejected 16 Scarlett Moffatt 26 Reality TV star 1st – Winner Joel Dommett 31 Comedian 2nd – Runner-up Adam Thomas 28 Actor 3rd – Third place Sam Quek 28 Olympic field hockey player 4th – Eliminated Wayne Bridge 36 Footballer 5th – Eliminated Martin Roberts 53 TV presenter 6th – Eliminated Larry Lamb 69 Actor 7th – Eliminated Carol Vorderman 55 TV presenter 8th – Eliminated Jordan Banjo 23 Dancer 9th – Eliminated Ola Jordan 34 Professional dancer 10th – Eliminated Lisa Snowdon 44 TV & radio presenter 11th – Eliminated Danny Baker 59 TV & radio presenter 12th – Eliminated 17 Georgia Toffolo 23 Reality TV star 1st – Winner Jamie Lomas 42 Actor 2nd – Runner-up Iain Lee 44 TV & radio presenter 3rd – Third place Jennie McAlpine 33 Actress 4th – Eliminated Amir Khan 30 Boxer 5th – Eliminated Dennis Wise 50 Footballer 6th – Eliminated Stanley Johnson 77 Politician & author 7th – Eliminated Vanessa White 28 Singer 8th – Eliminated Rebekah Vardy 35 Wife of Jamie Vardy 9th – Eliminated Kezia Dugdale 36 Politician 10th – Eliminated Shappi Khorsandi 44 Comedian 11th – Eliminated Jack Maynard 22 YouTuber and brother of Conor Maynard 12th – Withdrew 18 Harry Redknapp 71 Football manager 1st – Winner Emily Atack 28 Actress 2nd – Runner-up John Barrowman 51 Actor 3rd – Third place Fleur East 31 Singer 4th – Eliminated James McVey 25 Musician 5th – Eliminated Nick Knowles 56 TV presenter 6th – Eliminated Anne Hegerty 60 TV personality 7th – Eliminated Rita Simons 41 Actress 8th – Eliminated Sair Khan 30 Actress 9th – Eliminated Malique Thompson-Dwyer 20 Actor 10th – Eliminated Noel Edmonds 69 TV & radio presenter 11th – Eliminated 19 Jacqueline Jossa 27 Actress 1st – Winner Andy Whyment 38 Actor 2nd – Runner-up Roman Kemp 26 Radio DJ 3rd – Third place Kate Garraway 52 TV & radio presenter 4th – Eliminated Nadine Coyle 34 Singer 5th – Eliminated Caitlyn Jenner 70 Olympic decathlete & TV personality 6th – Eliminated Myles Stephenson 28 Singer 7th – Eliminated Ian Wright 56 Footballer 8th – Eliminated James Haskell 34 Rugby player 9th – Eliminated Cliff Parisi 59 Actor 10th – Eliminated Andrew Maxwell 44 Comedian 11th – Eliminated Adele Roberts 40 Radio DJ 12th – Eliminated 20 Giovanna Fletcher 35 Author & presenter 1st – Winner Jordan North 30 Radio DJ 2nd – Runner-up Vernon Kay 46 TV & radio presenter 3rd – Third place Shane Richie 56 Actor 4th – Eliminated Mo Farah 37 Olympic long-distance runner 5th – Eliminated AJ Pritchard 26 Professional dancer 6th – Eliminated Jessica Plummer 28 Actress & singer 7th – Eliminated Russell Watson 54 Singer 8th – Eliminated Victoria Derbyshire 52 Journalist & TV presenter 9th – Eliminated Beverley Callard 63 Actress 10th – Eliminated Ruthie Henshall 53 Actress & singer 11th – Eliminated Hollie Arnold 26 Paralympic javelin thrower 12th – Eliminated 21 Danny Miller 30 Actor 1st – Winner Simon Gregson 47 Actor 2nd – Runner-up Frankie Bridge 32 Singer 3rd – Third place David Ginola 54 Footballer 4th – Eliminated Matty Lee 23 Olympic diver 5th – Eliminated Adam Woodyatt 53 Actor 6th – Eliminated Louise Minchin 53 TV presenter 7th – Eliminated Naughty Boy 40 DJ & record producer 8th – Eliminated Snoochie Shy 29 Radio DJ 9th – Eliminated Kadeena Cox 30 Paralympic athlete & cyclist 10th – Eliminated Arlene Phillips 78 Choreographer & TV judge 11th – Eliminated Richard Madeley 65 TV presenter 12th – Withdrew 22 Jill Scott 35 Footballer 1st – Winner Owen Warner 23 Actor 2nd – Runner-up Matt Hancock 44 Politician 3rd – Third place Mike Tindall 44 Rugby Player 4th – Eliminated Seann Walsh 36 Comedian 5th – Eliminated Chris Moyles 48 Radio & TV presenter 6th – Eliminated Babatúndé Aléshé 36 Actor & comedian 7th – Eliminated Boy George 61 Singer 8th – Eliminated Sue Cleaver 59 Actress 9th – Eliminated Scarlette Douglas 35 TV presenter 10th – Eliminated Charlene White 42 TV presenter 11th – Eliminated Olivia Attwood 31 Model 12th – Withdrew South Africa Myleene Klass 44 Singer & presenter 1st – Winner Jordan Banjo 29 Dancer & radio presenter 2nd – Runner-up Fatima Whitbread 61 Olympic javelin thrower 3rd – Third place Phil Tufnell 56 Cricketer 4th – Eliminated Carol Vorderman 61 TV presenter 5th/6th – Eliminated Paul Burrell 64 Butler & author Dean Gaffney 44 Actor 7th/8th – Eliminated Helen Flanagan 32 Actress Joe Swash 40 Actor & TV presenter 9th – Eliminated Janice Dickinson 67 Model 10th – Withdrew Andy Whyment 41 Actor 11th/12th – Eliminated Georgia Toffolo 27 Reality TV star Amir Khan 35 Boxer 13th – Eliminated Gillian McKeith 63 Nutritionist & TV presenter 14th/15th – Eliminated Shaun Ryder 60 Singer
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Who is in the I’m a celebrity All Stars 2023?

The I’m A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here! All Stars line-up has been officially unveiled ahead of tonight’s launch. The ITV show’s hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly announced the stars who have filmed the special version of the reality TV show, I’m A Celebrity South Africa, live on Saturday Night Takeaway in March.

  1. The All Stars series of I’m A Celeb, which took place in South Africa’s Kruger National Park rather than Australia, is set to run in addition to the usual annual ITV programme later this year.
  2. The stars will compete with each other to be the first I’m A Celebrity Legend.
  3. Ant and Dec will host the show, which starts at the end of April.

There will be no public vote. Among the line-up are former stars Shaun Ryder, Amir Khan, Jordan Banjo and Phil Tufnell, Joining them are Janice Dickinson, Fatima Whitbread, Paul Burrell, Helen Flanagan and Carol Vorderman. The I’m A Celebrity All Stars line-up has been officially unveiled ahead of the pre-recorded show ( Image: ITV) Helen Flanagan and Carol Vorderman are amongst the stars ( Image: ITV) Boxing champ Amir Khan starred in the 2017 series of the jungle show, and now he’s ready to do better in the famous trials.

He said: “I’m a Celeb helped me beat my fear of spiders and snakes and made me tougher. This time I will not be soft on the trials.” Series 16 contestant Carol Vorderman added: ” Doing I’m a Celeb changed me and I can’t wait to take part. Our WhatsApp group from 2016 is still going.” Olympian Fatima, who famously got a cockroach stuck up her nose during a trial, spoke of her co-stars.

She said: ” I learnt a lot about myself last time. There will be some life-size characters and life-size egos in South Africa too.” Ex-cricketer Phil Tufnell won the series 20 years ago ( Image: ITV) Diversity star Jordan also had his say on returning to the show ( Image: ITV) Coronation Street star Helen is also returning to the jungle after being voted to do almost every trial the last time.

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Referencing her last stint, she spilled: “Am I going to be a jungle warrior and amazing? No. I’ll be scared but I will have a go be a lot better than last time.” Supermodel Janice Dickinson got into a jungle spat way back in 2007, but this time around she is keen for harmony in camp. She spilled: ” I’m back for more fun and friendship, and to get on with everyone.

You never know what’ll jump up and bite you.” Diversity star Jordan also had his say on returning to the show, revealing: “A series with campmates from over the years is cool. My fellow Diversity dancers are excited to see me suffer again.” Former royal butler Paul Burrell said it was “special” to return ( Image: ITV) Boxing champ Amir Khan starred in the 2017 series of the jungle show ( Image: ITV) Meanwhile former royal butler Paul Burrell said it was “special” to return to the series, after his hilarious reactions to the trials in series four.

Paul, who recently shared he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, said: “Being asked again is special. I ate kangaroo testicles in Australia. I expect everything to be bigger in South Africa.” Ex-cricketer Phil Tufnell won the series 20 years ago in series two, and he said of his comeback: “They phoned to invite me back and I said yes immediately.

I experienced it all in the jungle which really appealed to me.” Finally, Happy Mondays star Shaun is ready for all the action yet again. He said: “In the trials I ate a lot of penises, testicles and eyeballs. I loved living outdoors and could’ve stayed another year.” Supermodel Janice Dickinson got into a jungle spat way back in 2007 ( Image: ITV) Olympian Fatima, who famously got a cockroach stuck up her nose during a trial, spoke of her co-stars ( Image: ITV) Ant and Dec took to Twitter in September last year to confirm the new show would be going ahead as they shared a video on the platform.

“South Africaaaa! That’s right, we’re filming a very special version of I’m A Celebrity in South Africa, which is coming to your tellies in 2023,” they revealed alongside the clip. “We’ve got news,” Dec added: “It’s probably the worst kept secret in television, but we can confirm we’re doing a very special series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! in South Africa! “We’re here, it’s going to be your favourite celebrities from the last 20 years who are going back in to do it one more time.” Chatting with Lorraine Kelly at the start of this year, the Geordie duo revealed a few more secrets about the upcoming special.

Happy Mondays star Shaun is ready for all the action yet again ( Image: ITV) Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly revealed the stars who had filmed the special version of the reality TV show ( Image: James Gourley/ITV/REX/Shutterstock) Dec explained: “It’s kind of an all-stars Taking some of your favourite campmates from the last 20 years and taking them for a brand new challenge in South Africa.

  1. So it’s a completely different landscape and they’re doing it again.
  2. They’re competing to become the first ever I’m A Celebrity ‘Legend of the Savanna’.
  3. It’s very special.” Are you looking forward to I’m A Celeb South Africa? Vote in our poll HERE to have your say.
  4. Revealing the differences to the live Australian series, Ant added: “And it’s slightly different to the show we do in Australia because they go head to head in trials and whoever loses leaves.

It’s quite brutal, so that’s how we decided the winner.” Dec then chimed in and declared: “We’ve done it, we’ve shot it and it’s really, really good.”