I’m A Celebrity return date hint
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! is set to return to the small screen in two weeks.
It seems the latest series of the popular ITV reality show will begin on 15 November, after Laura Whitmore – who presents ITV2 spin-off show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here Now! - retweeted the news from the official Jonathan Ross Show Twitter account.
"Tune into the return of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here on 15th November at 9pm with @antanddec. #ImACeleb (sic),” read the original message.
ITV bosses are yet to confirm when the show presented by Ant and Dec will be back on our screens, but speculation is growing it will be very soon.
A series of stars have been linked to the new series of I’m A Celebrity, including US rapper 50 Cent. The music star is currently in the midst of dealing with highly-publicised money problems, and some show insiders claims he has been offered a huge fee to enter the jungle.
Dragon's Den star Duncan Bannatyne is also believed to be lining up as a contestant and in a twist on the usual format, the entrepreneur will be joined by his girlfriend Nigora Whitehorn and some of his six children.
He is believed to be keen to find a “new challenge” after quitting Dragon’s Den and would reportedly love to share the experience with Nigora and his kids.
Former X Factor winner James Arthur is another name in the mix. ITV bosses apparently believe the outspoken singer would attract big viewing figures as he is likely to clash with other stars.
Union J heartthrob Josh Cuthbert is said to have secured a spot in the jungle. Sources close to the show are confident he will be a big hit with the female audience.
Actress Leslie Ash has also been linked to I’m a Celebrity. The former Men Behaving Badly star has battled severe health problems over the last 11 years, after she was hospitalised with cracked ribs and a punctured lung only to contract a strain of MRSA which left her unable to walk.
Ex-Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison, TV chef Rustie Lee, former X Factor judge Louis Walsh, and Stephanie Davis, who was sacked from Hollyoaks earlier this year, have also been linked to the new series.
- Cover Media