I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! 2020 Line-Up Revealed Including Mo Farah, Giovanna Fletcher And Shane Richie
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We don't have long left to wait for I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! to finally hit screens - and now, the cast of 2020 has finally been announced.
Our usual mixed bag of celebrities are giving up their lives in the lap of luxury to slum it in a brand new environment, at Gwrych Castle in Conwy, North Wales.
And, as per, we're set to see them have to pull together as a team and complete a series of Bushtucker Trials under the watchful eyes of Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, in order to make it through the next three weeks.
But who is joining the I'm A Celeb 2020 lineup?
The line-up has been rumoured for several weeks, but now a number have been confirmed to be heading into quarantine ahead of the season starting on Sunday (15th November).
Landing in the jungle will be BBC Radio 1 DJ Jordan North, plus author and wife of McFly's Tom Fletcher, Giovanna Fletcher.
EastEnders royalty, Shane Richie - famed for having played Alfie Moon on the soap - will also be swapping his home comforts for the castle, while TV host Vernon Kay will also be giving it his best shot.
In a huge signing for the show, gold medal winning Olympian Mo Farah will also be camping out in the Welsh castle, and he'll be joined by none-other-than Strictly Come Dancing professional AJ Pritchard.
BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire is also confirmed to be a 2020 contestant, too.
Plus, Shane isn't the only EastEnders fave in the mix, as current star Jessica Plummer is also appearing, alongside Coronation Street fave, Beverley Callard.
Record breaking British parasport javelin athlete Hollie Arnold will complete the group.
What a line up!
While usually set in the heart of the Australian jungle, the 20th season of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! sees a number of major changes to the series as it arrives from chilly Wales.
According to reports, the series has made a number of adjustments to be in-keeping with its new British setting.
Witchetty grubs and kangaroo testicles have supposedly been swapped with tripe and trotters, as well as thick thermal clothing to keep campmates warm in the castle as opposed to the usual skimpy vests and shorts that are the norm in the Australian series.
We can't wait to see how the celebs cope!