I’m A Celebrity 2019 cast – Latest odds as all the contestants are confirmed

I'm A Celebrity 2019 cast

I’M A Celebrity… Get Me Out Here! will be back on ITV in just a matter of days for series 19 and bosses have worked extremely hard to give us the ultimate star-studded line-up.

Presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will be back with tons of fun, laughs and banter as we look forward to screams, crying and lots of Bushtucker Trials.

Who will be 2019’s Jungle King or Queen?

But of course, the biggest question on everyone’s lips is who is in the I’m A Celebrity 2019 line-up?

And better yet, who do the bookies think is going to be crowned queen or queen of the jungle this year?

Ian Wright – 11/4

England and Arsenal legend Ian Wright is entering the jungle.

The secret was let slip by last year’s I’m A Celebrity winner Harry Redknapp during a guest appearance at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham where he revealed that Ian was reportedly being paid £1m for taking part.

A fan in the audience tweeted Harry’s blunder, saying: “Just got home from seeing @Redknapp in Nottingham. Interestingly, he let slip that Ian Wright has been paid £1m to appear on this year’s #ImACeleb.”

The fan later told The Metro how Harry spilt the news.

He said: “He was asked why he went in the jungle and said, ‘Well they paid me half a million quid, so that helped. Ian Wright’s going in this year and they’re paying him a million’.”

Roman Kemp – 5/1

Roman currently presents a successful breakfast show on Capital FM between 6am-10am Monday to Friday and 6am-9am on Saturday mornings

His dad, Martin, was the bassist with 80s legends Spandau Ballet, while mum Shirlie Holliman was formerly a backing singer for George Michael’s Wham!.

James Haskell – 13/2

Former rugby union player James Haskell is most famous for his time at Wasps FC and Northamption Saints.

The sports star has recently made the move into professional mixed martial arts and is currently signed to Bellator MMA, competing in the Heavyweight division.

He is married to fitness advocate Chloe Madeley, the daughter of presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan.

Caitlyn Jenner – 7/1

The Sun exclusively revealed Caitlyn Jenner will be flying to Australia to take part in this year’s I’m A  Celeb — having commanded one of the biggest fees in its 19-year history.

The Sun understands that ITV bosses have forked out more for Caitlyn, the world’s most famous transgender woman, than anyone else this year — topping £500,000.

Caitlyn Jenner was married to Kim Kardashian’s mum Kris Jenner — and producers hope she will reveal secrets about them all.

An ITV source said: “She’s such a huge name and a great get for producers.

“ITV think she is one of their best ever signings. It’s a real bolt from the blue. They’ve asked her every year for a long time, but she finally felt the time was right.”

Andrew Whyment – 8/1

Coronation Street star Andrew Whyment is also set to enter the jungle.

The move will see the actor, who plays Kirk Sutherland, swap the cobbles for the Australia bush.

A source said: “They were chuffed to get Andrew as viewers have watched him on Coronation Street for the best part of two decades, yet know nothing about him away from Kirk.”

Nadine Coyle – 10/1

Nadine Coyle has also signed up for I’m a Celebrity.

The Sun exclusively revealed the news on October 7, 2019, saying producers hope she will blab about the band’s turbulent falling out after they split.

A source said: “Nadine is a big name and ITV was keen to get her.

Her link to Cheryl makes her an even more exciting prospect.

“It’s no secret there’s no love lost between them, and Nadine is refreshingly honest about what went on from her perspective. And I’m a Celebrity could well be the start of something big again for her.”

Adele Roberts – 12/1

The former Big Brother star is currently a DJ on BBC Radio 1 but will be returning to her reality telly roots for the series.

The Sun’s Biz TV exclusively revealed today that Adele will be the final celeb making up this year’s jungle camp.

A source said: “Adele’s really excited to go into the jungle. She missed her show on Thursday to fly out to Australia.

“Bosses reckon she’s going to make fantastic television and will really get stuck into camp life.”

Kate Garraway – 16/1

On October 18, 2019, The Sun exclusively revealed that Kate Garraway would be starring in this year’s I’m A Celeb.

The 52-year-old has committed to the ITV series, which begins next month, and has booked the time off work.

Kate remained coy about the news when quizzed by her GMB co-host Ben Shephard, saying of the rumours: “I heard that, I heard it was confirmed.”

Refusing to confirm or deny, Kate said: “Even if I was doing it, I couldn’t say I was doing it.

She added: “I don’t like heights. I don’t like the dark. I don’t like camping, even in a tent.”

So that’s who’s doing the Bushtucker Trials then!

Myles Stephenson – 18/1

Myles makes up one quarter of boyband and X Factor 2017 winners Rak-Su.

The show made the star an instant heart-throb alongside Jamaal Shurland, Ashley Fongho and Mustafa Rahimtulla.

After finding love with Love Island star Gabby Allen, the pair have now parted ways.

Jacqueline Jossa – 22/1

Jacqueline Jossa is swapping the stage for the jungle as she stars in this year’s I’m A Celeb.

The EastEnders star was said to have been in talks to join Simon Cowell’s show X Factor: Celebrity, but her appearance was ruled out after negotiations fizzled out, according to Daily Star.

Andrew Maxwell – Currently no odds for him

Andrew is the most recent addition to be confirmed for the jungle.

The Irish funnyman was spotted arriving Down Under ahead of his stint in the Australian Outback.

Since he has only just been announced as one of this year’s contestants, there are yet to be any odds cast on him.

When is I’m a Celebrity 2019 on TV?

It has been announced that I’m a Celebrity will return to our screens on Sunday November 17th on ITV at 9pm.

The show, which is one of ITV’s most popular productions and always brings in millions of viewers, usually starts in November and runs for three weeks.

If it follows the previous format and length, fans can expect this year’s jungle king or queen to be crowned in the early stages of December.

The show airs every weeknight and on Sundays and will be hosted by the dynamic of Ant and Dec.

News from The Sun.

Written by Louise

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