I’m A Celebrity mystery campmates ‘revealed’ days before the launch
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We've all been beyond stoked to cosy up to some proper good telly ever since the official I'm A Celebrity line-up was finally released to the public.
The star-studded line-up got released last week (9 November) and revealed the likes of Jamie Lynn Spears, First Dates star Fred Sirieix, and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage will be heading to the Aussie jungle to take on grizzly Bushtucker Trials, insane challenges and tuck into canteens of rice and beans every night.
Now, in case you're not in the know, every series of I'm A Celeb sees two stars enter the bush together a few days after everyone else has already adjusted to their new al-fresco abode and we now know who this year's pair will be days before the launch of the show on Sunday (19 November).
Their arrival usually splits the camp up into two groups with each being led by the new celebrity.
Last year's two mystery campmates were former Tory Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, and stand-up comedian Seann Walsh.
Now, while the full line-up of all 12 contestants was already leaked last week, days before an official announcement from ITV, the network's official announcement left out two keys names from the rundown which means those stars will be the mystery campmates this season.
Alongside Spears, Sirieix and Farage, the full ITV line-up for the upcoming series includes JLS singer Marvin Humes, This Morning presenter Josie Gibson, social media influencer Nella Rose, EastEnders actor Danielle Harold, Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, Hollyoaks' Nick Pickard, and Masterchef's Grace Dent.
Bellew holds titles in Cruiserweight, Heavyweight, and Light-Heavyweight and, after stepping back from the ring in 2018 after starting his boxing career back in 2007, he has since made a name as a boxing pundit and had roles in Rocky spin-off films Creed and Creed II playing the character of boxer Ricky Conlan.
Dettori, a retired horseman with a three decade-spanning career riding the winners of 287 Group 1 races, is also heading Down Under for the series.
I mean, I'd be more concerned with rats, snakes and creepy-crawlies but hey ho.
I’m a Celebrity starts on Sunday (19 November) at 9pm on ITV and ITVX.