Ant and Deck will return to our screens this weekend as they welcome a new bunch of celebrities to the jungle camp. I'm a celebrity this year … Get me out of here! the lineup will have 10 stars initially confirmed to go along with others likely to join at a later date. Prior to the confirmation from ITV, speculation has emerged about who will be presenting. Here's the full lineup for this year's "I'm celeb" lineup.
I'm a celebrity … Get me out of here! 2019 CONFIDENTIAL lineup
Work: Reality reporter and retired Olympic athlete
The sequel to Kardashian star and TV personality Caitlin Nerner will be in the jungle this year.
She says she joined the show to "show that I'm exactly the same person I have always been."
It is already rumored that Caitlin could win after participating in the American version of the series.
Work: Former footballer and pundit
Former football player Jan Wright swaps football for a throw-in as he joins the line of "I'm a celeb".
Before going to the jungle, he said, "I'm going in like myself and I'm not going to try and be anything different."
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Work: Girls Aloud Star and pop star
Former Aloud girl star and singer Nadine Coyle is moving to "I'm a celeb."
Before her entrance, she discovered that she was most frightened of "heights, rats, snakes – everything".
Work: Member of the Crack-Sou group and pop star
Factor winner Miles Stevenson will join the cast of the ITV reality show.
The Ruck-Sue singer says she will miss PlayStation the most.
Work: Big Brother star and radio host
DJ Radio 1 Adele Roberts replaces the microphone for networking in 2019 as she enters the jungle.
Before going to the jungle, she said her biggest fear was spiders because they were "petrified" of them.
Comedian Andrew Maxwell was spotted arriving in Australia before confirming his verse "I am a celeb".
He thinks his role in the camp will be "the person who cleans the toilet every day".
Work: Former rugby player
Rugby player-turned-MMA fighter James Haskell hopes to have what it takes to crown the king of the jungle.
Asked by ITV what his phobias are, he said, "I won't tell you!"
Work: Journalist and broadcaster
Good morning, Kate Garvey's presenter exchanges a television breakfast for the jungle as part of this year's lineup.
He left the sofa behind, along with hosts Susanna Reid and Pierce Morgan.
Before joining the cast, she said her dream captain would be "The Queen."
I & # 39; m a Celebrity 2019 begins on ITV on Sunday, November 17th at 9pm.