I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here 2022 left fans with plenty to talk about over its run.
May were shocked – including the campmates themselves – to see Tory MP Matt Hancock enter the jungle, while Olivia Attwood sadly had to leave the competition early due to health reasons.
The start-studded series – which also featured pop royalty Boy George and actual royalty Mike Tindall – came to an end on November 27, with England footballer Jill Scott being crowned Queen of the Jungle.
As the celebs return home, fans are already keen to know when they can next head back to the jungle to see more famous faces take on the dreaded Bushtucker Trials.
Well, they may not have to wait too long, as an All Stars special has reportedly already been filmed.
But when can we expect to see it on TV, and who is reportedly taking part?
When could I’m A Celebrity All Stars be on TV?
While there is no confirmed air date, we do know that the show will be on ITV in 2023.
And and Dec took to Twitter in September to reveal that filming was well under way in South Africa, and teased a release in the New Year.
In the video, the duo said: ‘We’ve got news,’ with Dec adding: ‘It’s probably the worst kept secret in television, but we can confirm we’re doing a very special series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in South Africa!
‘We’re here, it’s going to be your favourite celebrities from the last 20 years who are going back in to do it one more time’ added Dec.
Who is rumoured be in the line up?
While ITV has yet to officially confirm any of the celebs in the All Stars line up, a source for the The Sun reportedly revealed who will be vying for the jungle crown once more.
It;ll be all the more exciting as this time out the celebs will be the one’s who decide who takes on the trials, thanks to the fact that this series has bene pre-recorded.
Here’s who is rumoured to be heading back to the jungle…
Former boxer Amir Khan, 35, featured in the 2017 series of I’m A Celeb, but didn’t quite do enough to land the knockout blow that time out.
He finished fifth in the contest, behind Jennie McAlpine, Iain Lee, Jamie Lomas and Queen of the Jungle Georgia Toffolo.
Khan has already teased he might be returning, telling The Sun back in May: ‘I’ve been asked to do a very, very big show. I can’t give the name to you. But I’ll give you a clue; I’ve been on it before!’
Coronation Street actor Andrew Whyment, 41, would be returning to the show only three years after his last appearance, as he took part in the 2019 series.
The actor – who plays Kirk Sutherland on Corrie – was a favourite in his series, meaning that his rumoured inclusion probably comes as no surprise to fans.
He even came close to winning his series, but ended up coming in second behind fellow soap star, EastEnders’ Jacqueline Jossa.
Everyone’s favourite mathematician Carol Vorderman is no stranger to celebrity appearances having also been confirmed to be a part of the Taskmaster New Year’s special for Channel 4.
But she it looks like a return to the jungle will also be on the cards for Vorderman in 2023, with the 61-year-old returning after an appearance in the 2016 series.
She came eighth in that series, lasting 18 days in the Australian jungle with Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt going on to win.
Former EastEnders star Dean Gaffney, 44, last appeared on I’m A Celeb way back in 2006 , alongside the likes of David Gest and Jason Donovan.
He came fifth overall, with the winner being Buster bassist Matt Willis.
Former Olympian Fatima Whitbread, 61, swapped javelins for the jungle in 2011 where she finished in third place.
She is responsible for one of the most iconic moments of the show, when medic Bob had to remove a cockroach form her nose during a trial.
Fatima is no stranger to celebrity challenges, as she also recently in appeared in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
The Made In Chelsea star, Georgia Toffolo, is one of the few returning All Stars who actually won own of their original series – with Toffolo, 27, being crowned in 2017.
TV personality and You Are What You Eat presenter Gillian McKeith, 63, took part in the 2010 series won by Stacey Solomon.
McKeith had to take on a number of trials during her time on the show. and even had to be caught by Ant and Dec during one trial which saw her faint.
Even after 12 years, she is still trying to convince people her fainting spell was legitimate, joking about her time on the show with Carol Vorderman on This Morning earlier this year.
‘I did not pretend to faint,’ she said. ‘I have a medical condition. I can’t believe you’re mocking it! That’s terrible – since five years old!’
There should be plenty of soap among the All Stars as former Corrie actress Helen Flanagan is also rumoured to be making a return.
Helen, 32, took part in the 2012 series along names such as Ashley Roberts, David Haye and won by EastEnders icon Charlie Brooks. Helen herself finished in seventh place.
She has spoken about how difficult she found the show, saying ‘Just the thought even when Ant and Dec come on and say ‘we’ve got this challenge’ just gives me the fear.
‘I remember when they used to try to explain things to me about the trials, I’d panic because I would be so scared.
‘I wouldn’t even process what they were telling me because I would be so worked up.’
Hopefully she’ll have a much smoother time of it this trip.
The American supermodel was a force to be reckoned with back in the 2007 series, which also included Katie Hopkins and Gemma Atkinson.
While she wasn’t popular among her campmates, Janie, 67, did finish second inn the series, coming in behind actor Christopher Biggins.
Soap actor Joe Swash is no stranger to victory in the jungle – not only did he win his series in 2008, but he is also married to 2010 winner Stacey Solomon.
Joe, 40, also hosted the I’m A Celeb sister show Extra Camp from 2009 to 2018, but is best known for his role as Mickey Miller on EastEnders.
Jordan Banjo, 29, is best known for his incredible dancing as part of group Diversity, but failed to dance his way to victory on his series in 2016.
He will be returning with fellow 2016 star Carol Vorderman, as both hope that Scarlett Moffatt’s absence will mean the crown can be theirs this time.
The former Hear’Say singer Myleene Klass turned plenty of heads in her series back in 2006, coming close to taking the crown after coming second behind Matt Willis.
Talking with Metro.co.uk in July, Klass teased her return to the jungle by simply stating: ‘Put it this way, I haven’t packed away my white bikini quite yet. It hasn’t gone up into the loft yet!
‘I think the show itself is just incredible. I know people think of it in different ways but for me, I think it’s in the face of adversity, it’s the way people get to know what they’re made of, test their mettle, and just face their fear.’
While Mike Tindall may have been the first royal to join I’m A Celeb, he certainly was not the first with a royal connection.
Paul Burrell holds that honour, as he is the former servant of the British Royal Household and was once butler to Princess Diana.
Former England cricketeer Phil Tufnell is one of the earliest winners who has been rumoured to be among the All Stars.
Phil ‘Tuffers’ Tufnell, 56, won his series back in 2002 beating out the likes of Linda Barker and John Fashanu – how will he fare this time after 20 years?
The Happy Mondays lead singer Shaun Ryder, 60, came close to winning his series back in 2010, coming in second behind Stacey Solomon.
Speaking at the time of the show’s final, Ryder claimed he was robbed of the crown: ‘As far as I am concerned the game was rigged. I really do mean that.’
Perhaps he’ll be more fortunate in South Africa.
I’m A Celebrity All Stars will air on ITV sometime in 2023
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