The man, the myth, the TV legend - Noel Edmonds has officially said ‘Deal’ to becoming a Campmate in the I’m A Celebrity Jungle!
Former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham manager Harry Redknapp reckons going into the Jungle will be far easier than being the boss of a losing football team – although he admits he’s never actually watched the programme!
Anne Hegerty who stars as the stern Governess in ITV’s popular teatime quiz show The Chase, definitely doesn’t want to be treated with kid gloves in the Trials as she admits her Asperger’s condition could make life tough for her.
TV actor John Barrowman has revealed he’s happy to be King or Queen of the Jungle if he wins this year’s I’m A Celebrity. The 51-year-old says if he were to be crowned the winner, he’d love to be gender fluid when it comes to his title.
TV presenter Nick Knowles admits he thinks people will be surprised he has decided to take part in this year’s I’m A Celebrity. Ruling out any fears or phobias, Nick says he is most looking forward to meeting people he wouldn’t normally work with.
Sair Khan has played Alya Nasir for nearly five years on Coronation Street, but now she’s looking forward to using the Jungle experience to show how different she is away from the cobbles.
Life in the Jungle is going to be much tougher than performing live in front of thousands of fans with his band, The Vamps, according to the group’s guitarist and vocal singer James McVey.
Pop singer Fleur East, who was a runner-up on The X Factor in 2014 reckons going on I’m A Celebrity will be way tougher than performing live on stage and facing Simon Cowell.