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Larry Lamb 'confirmed' for I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Larry Lamb 'confirmed' for I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Larry Lamb, Ola Jordan and Carol Vorderman have been confirmed for this year's 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.

The former 'EastEnders' star has reportedly touched down in Brisbane, Australia, ahead of his stint in the jungle next week, while the ex-'Strictly Come Dancing' professional and the mathematician are gearing up to share their bed with critters.

Lisa Snowdon - who initially claimed she wasn't joining this year's series - is on a mission to win over her campmates and eventually lift the jungle crown once the show comes to an end, while 'Gogglebox' star Scarlett Moffatt is ready to ruffle feathers.

'Emmerdale' hunk Adam Thomas has decided to follow in his brother Scott's footsteps and take part in a reality TV show following his success on 'Love Island' in the summer this year, while dancer Jordan Banjo is hoping to liven up the camp a bit with his impressive body shapes.

'Homes Under the Hammer' presenter Martin Roberts has also agreed to swap his suits for jungle gear for the next three weeks, while retired footballer Wayne Bridge is reportedly ready to share the juicy details of his ex-girlfriend Vanessa Perroncel's alleged affair with his teammate John Terry in 2010.

Broadcaster Danny Baker reportedly agreed a six-figure sum to head Down Under following his recent all-clear of cancer, while hockey star Sam Quek was seen arriving in Brisbane last week.

Comedian Joel Dommett sparked rumours he was taking part in the creepy-crawly show last week when he was one of the first stars to jet across the other side of the world from London.

And this year's 12 brave campmates, which have been revealed by The Sun Online, will certainly be in for a shock as bosses have decided to shake up their gruesome Bushtucker Trial eating task by throwing in a crocodile's vagina.

A source said recently: "In the past, celebrities have had mealworms, witchetty grubs, fermented eggs and fish eyes to eat. They're a picnic compared to this delicacy. A crocodile's vagina is something else. Ant and Dec will giggle about it but they don't have to eat it."

But the large reptile's reproductive organ isn't the only thing making it on to the menu as producers are also hoping to bring back some old favourites such as duck feet, pig's testicles, deer blood, cow's udders and baked tarantula.