I’m A Celebrity All Stars jungle line up: Which Stars could be in the new series? EXCLUSIVE

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Here’s a run down of stars set to return for I’m A Celebrity‘s All Stars spin-off.

Previous contestants are to be invited back for the new Best Of special which is set to film in South Africa and air next year.

The former campmates take part in trials and challenges as they compete to be crowned the All Stars champion.

But who will be on the All Stars line up? Although no names have been officially announced so far, here’s a round up of all the rumours that a source told MarkMeets…Shaun Ryder, Helen Flanagan, Phil Tufnell, Jordan Banjo, Carol Vorderman, Paul Burrell, Amir Khan, Janice Dickinson and Fatima Whitbread.

Amir Khan
Professional boxer Amir Khan originally appeared on the seventeenth series of I’m a Celebrity in 2017 where he finished in fifth place.

Paul Burrell
Former butler to Diana, Princess of Wales, Paul Burrell took part in I’m A Celebrity all the way back in 2004 where he finished as runner up.

Helen Flanagan
Best known for her role of Rosie Webster on Coronation Street, actress Helen Flanagan previously appeared on I’m A Celebrity in 2012 where she finished in seventh place.

Phil Tufnell

Former professional cricketer Phil is the only former winner confirmed to be taking part in I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.

The 56-year-old was crowned king of the jungle during the second series of I’m A Celebrity… in 2003.

Ahead of his return as part of the all-stars season, Phil said: ‘I am one of the lucky few to have gone in the jungle and experienced it all and that’s what appealed to me when they phoned up to ask me to take part again. I said yes immediately.’

Janice Dickinson
American model and media personality Janice Dickinson caused a storm when she appeared in the 2007 series of I’m A Celebrity finishing as runner up. Insiders say bosses are keen to get her back for more.

Jordan Banjo

Jordan, one of the best-known stars of dance troupe Diversity, landed in the Australian jungle for the 16th series of I’m A Celebrity.

The 30-year-old became the fourth celebrity to leave the show in 2016.

Carol Vorderman

TV presenter and former Countdown star Carol took her first shot at I’m A Celebrity alongside Jordan in 2016.

The 62-year-old managed 19 days in the jungle before becoming the fifth contestant to be eliminated.

Speaking about participating in I’m A Celebrity… South Africa, Carol said: ‘Doing I’m A Celebrity changed me a lot and I can’t wait to take part in this new series.

‘I loved everything about I’m A Celebrity (the first time round).’ She also revealed: ‘We’ve still got a WhatsApp group (from 2016).’

Fatima Whitbread

Former professional javelin thrower Fatima first appeared in the 11th series of I’m A Celebrity, and is remembered by many for ending up with a cockroach stuck up her nose after she was required to wear a helmet containing thousands of the insects as part of a Bushtucker Trial.
Fatima, 62, ultimately received assistance from the show’s medical team who used a syringe to flush water up her nose and remove not one but two critters, leaving the show’s presenters lost for words.

Two-time Olympic medal winner Fatima, who finished the 2011 series in third place, said: ‘I learnt a lot about myself in the Australian camp and I know there will be some life-size characters and life-size egos in South Africa too. But what a great experience it is going to be.’

Shaun Ryder

The final celebrity confirmed for the series is Happy Mondays star Shaun, who took his first shot at the jungle in 2010, ultimately coming second in the 10th series.

The 60-year-old said: ‘All I can remember about the trials is eating a lot of penises, testicles and eyeballs.’

He added: ‘I could have stayed another year in Australia. I loved living outside in the camp and I had a proper laugh with my fellow celebrities.

‘I know going to South Africa will be a great adventure. I can’t wait to do it.’

I’m A Celebrity All Stars rumoured line up

Others rumoured to be joining them are Joe Swash, Georgia Toffolo, Andy Whyment, Myleene Klass, Dean Gaffney and Gillian McKeith.

A source said of the new series: “Fans have been crying out for a Best Of series for years, and their prayers are being answered.

“It will see all of the iconic names who have made the show so popular over the years return to the campfire and battle it out to be crowned the Best Of champion.”

We’ll keep this list updated with all the latest rumours as they come in!

I’m A Celebrity All Stars is set to air on ITV next year while the main series will return April 2023

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