I'm A Celebrity line-up revealed

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Ant and Dec credit:Bang Showbiz
Ant and Dec credit:Bang Showbiz

The 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' line-up has been revealed.

Soccer star David Ginola, 'Emmerdale's Danny Miller, popstar Frankie Bridge and Olympic diver Matty Lee, will join 'Strictly Come Dancing's Arlene Phillips, 'EastEnders' actor Adam Woodyatt, 'Coronation Street' star Simon Gregson and TV presenter Richard Madeley in the new series, which starts on ITV on November 21.

Other stars taking part include music producer Naughty Boy, BBC Radio 1's Snoochie Shy, Paralympian Kadeena Cox and presenter Louise Minchin.

The line-up was revealed after The Sun newspaper obtained pictures of the celebrities entering mandatory quarantine before the series starts filming at Gwrych Castle in north Wales.

A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "Signing up David is a real coup for the show, and he’s by far the biggest name going into the castle.

“He’s also an unexpected addition, as all the speculation tends to revolve around what British celebrities are likely to be on the show.

“But producers always tend to select a veteran sports star for the line up every year, especially one with a high profile like David unquestionably has.”

The signing of David will be particularly popular with hosts Ant and Dec as the Geordie duo are huge Newcastle United fans.

David signed for Newcastle in 2005 before moving to Tottenham Hotspur two years later.

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