Boy George, Mike Tindall and Chris Moyles will star in I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! – with the arrival of bombs that cause a sensation

It’s that time of year again, when a group of intrepid celebrities head out into the wild to fight for a chance to be crowned king or queen of the jungle.

Appearing the show it can be both a blessing and a curse, with stars conquering audiences gaining a career boost like no other, while those who fail to impress find themselves relegated to the celebrity trash.

This year, as the show returns to Australia after two years in Wales, former rugby player Mike Tindall and singer Boy George are among the stars taking their careers in hand.

Let’s take a look at the confirmed celebrity lineup, plus two bombshell campmates who will follow them into the jungle …

Boy George

Pop icon Boy George, 61, – whose real name is George Alan O’Dowd – was one of the biggest stars of the 70s and 80s, known for her long braided hair and colorful makeup. His hits include Karma Chameleon and You Really Want to Hurt Me.

George, who says he’s never been to the jungle before, says fans can expect some impressions of Shirley Bassey, lots of dietary advice for her camp mates (he’s a vegetarian), and says he’ll definitely ask them what zodiac sign they are (it’s a Gemini).

Mike Tindall MBE

Former English rugby player Mike Tindall, 43, is the first member of the royal family to take part in the show (he is married to King’s granddaughter Zara Tindall and they have three children together).

A boy from Yorkshire, Mike, says he is an “open book” and is actually looking forward to the rehearsal. Clearly a morning person, he says he’ll be eager to get people out of their hammocks and motivated for the day ahead.

Sue Cleaver

Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver, 59, is known for playing Eileen Grimshaw (Jayson and Todd’s mom) on the long-running ITV show. She also appeared in Victoria Wood’s Dinnerladies.

Temporarily banned from the show while filming in Australia, like her character Eileen, Sue says she is a “mom” type and intends to be “a friendly ear to everyone” in the field.

Olivia Attwood

Olivia Attwood is no stranger to ITV reality shows, having also appeared in The Only Way Is Essex, Love Island and Extra Camp, a spin-off of I’m A Celeb.

He says fans may wonder how he’ll fare without the makeup, but insists he’s “happy to do his duty.” She promises to be the clown of the camp and will bring a good sense of humor to the show.

Charlene White

Loose Women presenter and ITV news reader Charlene White, 42, was the first black woman to present ITV News in 2014.

Contrary to her serious character, Charlene says she loves music, dance and nightclubs and is looking forward to taking part in the I’m A Celebrity challenge.

Chris Moyles

Radio presenter Chris Moyles, 48, was BBC Radio 1’s longest-serving breakfast host. He now works on Radio X.

Known for his strong opinions, he insists he won’t be the loudest person on the field and says fans of the show “will see a much quieter Chris Moyles.”

Scarlette Douglas

TV presenter and property expert Scarlette Douglas, 37, presented A Place In The Sun, George Clarke’s Flipping Fast and Channel 4’s Worst House on the Street.

Born in East London, she can also sing and dance. She says she has an irrational fear of spiders, which doesn’t bode well for some of the evidence

Owen Warner

Owen Warner, 23, is known for playing Romeo Nightingale in Hollyoaks.

The Leicester-born star is a huge football fan, so he’s worried about missing the World Cup while in the jungle, but says he’ll organize games and fun while on the pitch. He also warned that he is not the best cook.

Babatunde Aléshé

Comedian Babatúndé Aléshé is probably best known for sharing his views on Celebrity Gogglebox.

The London-born funny man recently won Best Newcomer at the Black Entertainment Comedy Awards and had to postpone his last tour to appear on the show. He says he’s good at relieving tension, which fans of the show know could be a useful asset on the campsite.

Jill Scott MBE

Footballer Jill Scott was one of the English lionesses who took us to Euro glory this year.

The second most capped player in England, she has now retired from the game but says she is looking forward to people getting to know the real person behind her sporting skills.

Also, a few more luckily?

Each year, the bosses of I’m A Celebrity mix up a bit, introducing some new pitchmates midway through the series.

Former health secretary Matt Hancock, who resigned from his cabinet role after being caught violating COVID rules by kissing a co-worker, will be a late comer to the show.

The MP is likely to attract a lot of bushtucker trials.

Additionally, stand-up comedian Seann Walsh, best known for the Strictly Come Dancing scandal that followed in 2018 when he was photographed kissing his dance partner Katya Jones (they were both having an affair at the time), is said to be joining the quest show. year too.

I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! launches Sunday 6 November at 21:00 on ITV.

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