Stacey Solomon also said she plans to continue working up to the late stages of her pregnancy.
The Chase star says she feels overwhelmed after appearing on 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me out of Here!'
Coronation Street's Sair Khan tasked with eating multiple cow teats on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Andre is stepping away from reality TV and towards several new exciting projects.
Amir was faced with three holes, which contained a crocodile, a snake and a mud crab, and after a few jabs inside the serpent’s base he pulled the snake out thinking it was a rope tied to a star. Upon seeing it was in fact a snake, Amir couldn’t wait to escape the area and bellowed out the infamous line, “I’m a celebrity… get me out of here” to end the challenge early. Amir met his match when he came up against a jungle python.
Jack Maynard is first star ‘confirmed’ for I’m A Celebrity 2017. The YouTube sensation and brother of singer Conor Maynard is expected to head off to a hotel where he will spend some quality time before experiencing the delights the Australian bush has to offer alongside a slew of other stars. It remains to be seen whether a number of the other rumoured campmates, such as Made in Chelsea’s Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo, TOWIE star Gemma Collins and former Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas, will rock up Down Under in the next nine days.
Boxing star Tyson Fury could be heading into the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here jungle next month, but ITV bosses might have a fight on their hands to encourage him to sign up. Producers are reportedly pulling out all of the stops to secure him for the upcoming series after he recently pulled out of a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko amid claims that he had been suffering with depression.
Big Sam had his contract as England manager terminated after just one game following allegations of bending FA rules, but he might be about to accept a “huge” offer from ITV. According to The Mirror, Allardyce’s odds of appearing in the jungle have been slashed to 20/1 – while he is 33/1 to appear in the next series of Celebrity Big Brother. Elsewhere, Carol Vorderman could be heading down under to star in the next series of I’m A Celebrity after she was reportedly offered a six-figure sum to sign up for the reality series as the “brains” of the camp.
The ladies famously quit the BBC One series last year and now ITV bosses are keen for either Ola, 33, and Aliona, 32, to sign up for a stint down under. A source told The Mirror: “Both Aliona and Ola are absolutely gorgeous and were massively popular on Strictly, but there would only be room for one.
The show bosses at I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here reportedly dropped quite the bombshell this month - they do not want reality television stars to appear on the upcoming series. After all, those best known for stints on the likes of The Only Way Is Essex, Geordie Shore and Made In Chelsea have dominated I’m a Celeb, Celebrity Big Brother and similar shows in recent years. With the likes of Ferne McCann, Joey Essex and Vicky Pattison doing so well on I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here in recent years, you can just imagine their colleagues begging producers for a stint on the show, but, banning reality TV stars from these entertainment shows is a great move in my opinion.
She was originally rumoured to be entering the Celebrity Big Brother, but now, it’s reported that Helen Lederer may be heading for the I’m A Celebrity jungle instead. Another day, another I’m A Celeb rumour to make us seriously excited for the upcoming series. Copyright [Karwai Tang/WireImage] Fans were disappointed when, despite her name being included on the leaked line-up, Helen didn’t enter this summer’s Big Brother house on launch night. The Absolutely Fabulous star later explained what happened, telling the Evening Standard: “I think they thought they saw me going into the hotel which the producers put the contestants in.
The latest rumour to emerge is that Nigel Farage is ‘in talks’ to appear in the upcoming series, due to air later this year. The former UKIP leader was reportedly originally in advanced talks to make an appearance in the Celebrity Big Brother house, but had those plans scuppered when bosses rejected the £750,000 fee he asked for. It’s now said that he’s ‘holding out’ for a place in I’m A Celebrity, with a TV insider telling The Sun: “Farage is keen to appear on reality TV but he is asking for far too much money.
Michael Jackson’s former doctor, Conrad Murray, is being lined up to appear on the next series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Speaking about the rumours, Conrad’s publicist Max Markson confirmed that the medic is in negotiations with ITV chiefs: “It is true. “I’m sure everyone will be fascinated to hear what Conrad has to say about his time with Michael,” he told The Mirror.
Louis Walsh has revealed that he turned down a mammoth pay cheque to appear on I’m A Celebrity because Simon Cowell told him to. The King of X Factor Phrases has revealed that he was offered £1,000,000 to appear in the Australian jungle, but turned it down for several reasons - one of those being that Simon had rung in the middle of talks and semi-confirmed Louis’ X Factor return. Digital Spy reports that Louis spoke to RTE’s Saturday Night with Miriam about potentially being in the jungle, explaining: “I couldn’t face four weeks in the jungle with all these people who I don’t know and having to sleep in a hammock and not eat and all that.