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I'm A Celeb releases first photos of 2023 campmates

I'm A Celeb releases first photos of 2023 campmates

It's time for a first look at the campmates in their outfits

ITV has released the first pictures of the campmates from 2023's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! lineup.

The likes of Fred from First Dates and Jamie-Lynn Spears are set to head into the jungle at the end of the week and this is our first chance to see them in I'm A Celeb's iconic outfits.

By now you've probably heard about the selection of celebrities, some more infamous than famous, who'll be heading into the jungle.

There'll be an initial 10 stars going into the jungle but I'm A Celeb is no stranger to throwing a few new faces into the mix part way through the show in order to shake things up.

Jamie-Lynn Spears, Sam Thompson, Josie Gibson, Fred Sirieix, Nella Rose, Nigel Farage, Grace Dent, Marvin Humes, Danielle Harold and Nick Pickard are the first cohort going into the jungle.

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If they'll be joined by anyone else a bit further down the line we'll have to wait and see, but for now this is who'll be put through their paces by the public in a series of disgusting trials.

The campmates will have to keep an eye on the local wildlife and any potential simmering tensions between each other, as fans have already highlighted that Fred Sirieix from First Dates and former Brexit Party politician turned GB News broacaster Nigel Farage have already had a few feuds.

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Sirieix called Farage a 'coward' on social media and said the controversial politician was fond of 'money and attention', which might explain what he's doing following in Matt Hancock's footsteps by going on I'm A Celeb.

Some viewers have wondered what I'm A Celeb bosses are doing putting Farage on the show, especially after the reaction to Hancock was so controversial.

On social media there are people 'pledging not to watch' unless ITV promises not to put him on the show, while DJ Danny Baker said that Ant and Dec would have to play his 'toxicity as a feature'.

The inclusion of Jamie-Lynn Spears may also be controversial, especially among fans of her famous sister Britney.

Britney fans may not be happy with Jamie-Lynn Spears being on the I'm A Celeb lineup.

The younger sister of Britney, Jamie-Lynn was recently on Dancing With The Stars and some fans of her singing sister might not be too happy given the history between them.

Some of them have already vowed to vote her onto the bushtucker trials, which often involve being showered by tubs full of bugs or having to eat various animal unmentionables.

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! begins on ITV on 19 November.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Im A Celebrity, ITV, Celebrity