I’m A Celebrity 2016: Is Stephanie Pratt heading into the jungle?

The new series of the ‘critter-ly’ acclaimed survival show I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here launched last night, as ten celebrities swapped a life of luxury (and quinoa) for the Australian jungle.

The reality series is already shaping up to be a corker, with Scarlett Moffatt’s hilarious musings, Adam Thomas and Joel Dommett’s (#Dommas) sexy shower scene, and Larry Lamb’s new heartthrob status.


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But it looks like there’s even more excitement in store, as Made In Chelsea star Stephanie Pratt posted a cryptic message on Instagram, suggesting she might soon be claiming a jungle hammock.

She shared a snap of her enjoying a huge cocktail with a friend, writing in the caption: “Last night… A germaphobes worst nightmare, getting into facing my fears #imacelebgetmeoutofhere style.”

As if that wasn’t enough confirmation she’s set to make an appearance on the ITV show, she signed off her mysterious message with a wink emoji. A WINK EMOJI.


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This post comes after her relationship with TOWIE’s Joey Essex came to an abrupt end, just last month.

The pair struck up an unlikely romance on the E4 series Celebs Go Dating, a reality show where an exclusive dating agency matches its star clients with members of the public, but the lovebirds only had eyes for each other.

Unfortunately their whirlwind romance crashed into the rocks of relationship ruin, as it was later reported the couple had parted ways.

A source told The Sun: “Joey wasn’t up for spending every minute in Chelsea.


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“He genuinely fell for her and even though they were an unlikely couple, he hoped it could turn into something more serious. But he realised it was never going to work with him spending so much time away from home.”

Stephanie, 30, deleted all traces of her former beau from Instagram – and our hearts were shattered.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here continues tonight, at 9pm, on ITV.

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