These Are All The Stars Spotted Arriving In Australia Ahead Of 'I'm A Celebrity'
The start of I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2019 is imminent, with the first episode of this year's TV show dropping this Sunday, 17th November.
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will reunite this year as hosts, after Ant had to take a brief hiatus in 2018 needing to check into rehab. But the question on everybody's lips is, which stars will join them in the jungle?
Whilst ITV is yet to release the full line up of celebs, we've just happened to see quite a few famous faces touch down in Australia already.
It can't be a coincidence that Ian Wright, Caitlyn Jenner, Jacqueline Jossa, James Haskell and Andrew Maxwell have all flown into Brisbane at a similar time, especially as they've all been rumoured to be starring in the show.
What reason could all these celebrities have to be down under otherwise? Quick pre-Christmas jungle safari perhaps?
And just to add fuel to the fire, Caitlyn has since checked into the Versace Hotel, which is always home to the I'm a Celebrity contestants in the lead up to the show, as well as after they are booted out.
Ian Wright however, tried to deny his appearance at Brisbane Airport, claiming he was in Australia to visit former striker Robbie Fowler, according to The Sun. Sounds suspect to us.
Ten contestants usually enter the jungle on day one and if these five famous faces are heading in, that leaves five spots. So who else could be joining them?
Rumour has it, that Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway and Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle are set to be heading in, potentially alongside Andrew Whyment who has plays Kirk from Coronation Street.
Other nods have been given to DJs Adele Roberts (Radio 1) and Roman Kemp (Capital FM), as well as Myles Stephenson, who was part of band Rak-Su that won X Factor in 2017.
Less prominent rumours include Maura Higgins. Holy mother of Mary imagine if the Love Island star went in, we'd back her to win all the way.
Of course, we can expect plenty of hilarious moments inside the camp, but let's be honest, it's Ant and Dec that make the show and we're pleased to see both hosts have landed down under already, no doubt armed with witty quips and on-screen presenting chemistry.
Last year's runner up Emily Atack has been confirmed as co-host of spin off show Extra Camp, and will present alongside Joel Dommett and Adam Thomas. The star seems very excited about her new TV job, taking to Instagram to show off the set and her arrival back into jungle life.
Of course this year she'll be a lot comfier and a lot less hungry.
I'm a Celebrity airs this Sunday 17th November at 9pm on ITV.
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