Full I'm A Celebrity 2018 Line-Up Confirmed
The full line-up for I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2018 has finally been revealed by ITV.
A total of 10 celebs will be heading down under this year and competing in Bushtucker trials, ahead of the series' launch on Sunday, 18th November at 9pm.
Former EastEnders actress Rita Simons is the first celebrity on the line-up, and will be switching the streets of Walford for the I'm A Celeb camp.
She hopes that she won't annoy her fellow campmates with her snoring at night, and is most worried about sleeping in the jungle.
Former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham manager Harry Redknapp is joining Rita, but thinks living in the jungle will be much easier than being the boss of a football team.
He's never watched the programme, but think his biggest struggle will be missing his wife.
Harry said: "That's the biggest problem I have got. We do everything together. I have been with Sandra for 54 years and I hate being away from her."
Coronation Street actress Sair Khan is temporarily leaving the cobbles for life down under, following in the footsteps of Jennie McAlpine last year.
"The weirdest thing for me is going in as myself," Sair explained. "My character is so different to me. She is serious, stern and she can be uptight.
"I am the opposite. I am such a goof, I am always laughing, being cheeky and I don't take myself too seriously. I guess people haven't seen me and I want them to like me."
DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles has also signed up for the show, saying he's ready to take on the physical challenges.
Nick believes he could do well and make it to the final as he doesn't have any phobias.
X Factor runner-up Fleur East is already nervous about the Bushtucker trials, as she says she is 'scared of everything'.
"I am scared of everything you have in there and I am scared of all the trials," said Fleur. "Any trial you face there you haven't faced in real life. I can't imagine what it will be like."
The Vamps' James McVey is also on the line-up, and claims he is excited to be doing something outside of his 'comfort zone'.
Anne Hegerty found fame as The Chase's stern Governess, but doesn't want to be judged by the fact she has Asperger's.
"I do respond well to structure. I think it will be quite structured in there. I will understand, 'at this time I have to fetch wood and water', doing that will make sense," explained Anne ahead of the show's launch.
"But being surrounded by people I can't get away from, or those who talk all the time, can be a source of stress."
Hollyoaks' Malique Thompson-Dwyer joins I'm A Celeb too, although says he is claustrophobic so may find some of the challenges a little difficult.
He's already fearing the eating challenges, saying: "Everyone has phobias and I am terrified of some of the things on the programme. For me eating testicles is going to be the worse.
"I am quite picky with my food so that's going to be hard."
Emily Atack, who is best known for her roles in The Inbetweeners and Dad's Army, hasn't ruled out a jungle romance.
She says she is "at an age where I want to flip things on the head and do something mad and exciting".
Doctor Who actor John Barrowman is the final celeb joining the 2018 line-up, and thinks his fans will 'freak out' when they see him in the jungle.
He hopes to dispel rumours that he's 'high maintenance' while starring on the show.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! returns on Sunday, 18th November at 9pm.
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