I’m A Celeb is back but with a different look.
Amir Khan, Joe Swash and Myleene Klass are apparently leading the line-up of I’m A Celebrity All Stars when it hits screens next year.
TV presenting duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who recently confirmed they were filming the ITV spin-off in South Africa, will of course be hosting the programme, which will feature 15 legends from throughout the show’s history.
Amongst the record number of campmates, previous winners TV personality Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo, ex-cricketer and A Question Of Sport captain Phil Tufnell and former EastEnders star Joe Swash are reportedly taking part.
Other big names reported include Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan and singer/presenter Myleene Klass.
Additionally, Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell has also seemingly signed up, and he will no doubt be bringing in some gossip about the royal family.
Gillian McKeith, who famously almost passed out whilst taking part in a Bushtucker Trial back in 2010, is also rumoured to be returning – and not without her Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder.
Soap stars Dean Gaffney, who shot to fame in his role as Robbie Fowler in EastEnders, and Coronation Street’s Andrew Whyment (Kirk Sutherland) will both be hoping to be crowned next year.
They will all be joining British boxing hero Amir Khan, 2007 runner-up Janice Dickinson and Olympian Fatima Whitbread.
A show insider told the Sun: “It’s a different format to Australia, who knows when and where celebrities will enter camp, literally anything could happen.
“It’s not clear how many will start in camp or how many will be there by the end when one is crowned King or Queen of the jungle, possibly for a second time.
“It’s the best of I’m A Celebrity, quite literally, but there’s some twists and surprises along the way for viewers and campers so it’s not going to be as straightforward as they might think.”
The All Stars series of I’m A Celeb, which will take place in South Africa’s Kruger National Park rather than Australia, is set to run in addition to the usual annual ITV programme in 2023.