I’m A Celebrity 2019 Official Line Up: Roman Kemp, Caitlyn Jenner And Nadine Coyle Among The Cast
15 November 2019, 15:54 | Updated: 15 November 2019, 15:56
I’m A Celebrity 2019 is back with a brand new, all-star cast.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2019 returns in a matter of days, with a start date of 17 November on ITV.
Five days ahead of the show's return the line-up was released, showing yet another star-studded line-up of new campmates ready to take on the jungle.
They each have fears and phobias – some bizarre – but the new cast seem ready to throw themselves at whatever challenges might surface, with comedian Andrew Maxwell preparing by putting insects on his face before he flew to Australia.
Take a look below for the full I’m A Celebrity line-up…
Capital FM's very own Roman Kemp, 26, has been confirmed for the jungle following weeks of speculation.
The Breakfast Show host has a fear of cotton wool and isn't looking forward to the trials taking place in the dark, but he's prepared to get stuck into the tasks his campmates might veer away from.
We can't wait to see him take on the jungle!
Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle, 34, said joining the jungle feels "surreal" and she'll be missing her little girl, but is hoping her "inner jungle lady" will be brought out by the series of gruelling challenges.
Rak-Su singer Myles Stephenson, 28, was rumoured to be heading into the jungle for weeks, and he's now prepared to take on a reality show much tougher than The X Factor.
Myles described himself as a competitive person but is planning to embrace the experience.
Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway, 52, signed up for the show for "pure adventure", admitting she's looking forward on having some fun away from focusing on the news headlines.
She plans on taking the role of camp cook, but fears burning the small amount of rice the campmates are given every evening.
Said to be one of the biggest signings in the ITV series’ history, Kris Jenner’s ex-husband Caitlyn, 70, will be far more prepared for the jungle than her co-stars after taking part in the US version of the show in 2003.
Caitlyn, formerly Bruce, Jenner is most well known for being the father of reality stars Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and for being an Olympic-gold medal winning decathlete.
The star made headlines in April 2015 when revealing on the cover of Vanity Fair he’d transitioned into a woman.
Former professional footballer Ian Wright, 56, remained cryptic about taking part in I’m A Celeb, telling paparazzi he was in Australia for a golf tournament when he landed at Brisbane Airport.
But his part on the show was teased weeks earlier by Match Of The Day co-host Gary Lineker who kept using jungle-related puns when speaking to Ian.
Ian is a commentator for BBC Sport after a successful career playing for Crystal Palace and Arsenal.
27-year-old Jacquline Jossa was one of the first few celebrities pictured arriving Down Under, following weeks of speculation about her part in the show.
The EastEnders actress leaves behind her former TOWIE star husband Dan Osborne and their two daughters.
Irish stand-up comedian Andrew Maxwell, whose voice you will recognise from Ex On The Beach where he narrates the show, was the third I’m A Celeb arrival.
The 44 year old, who wasn’t in the initial rumoured line-up, will no doubt bring some laughs to the campmates when times get tough in the jungle.
Rugby star James Haskell, 34, was the fifth celebrity to land in Brisbane. The sportsman will likely be a firm favourite amongst his co-stars when it comes to the trials and challenges, due to his level of strength.
James retired from rugby in May and is a good friend of Prince Harry, so he’ll have plenty to talk about with his celebrity campmates.
He also has TV hosting legends Richard and Judy as his parents-in-law.
Radio presenter Adele, 40, is also taking on three weeks in the jungle.
She rose to fame on Big Brother in 2002, where Alison Hammond and the late Jade Goody were her housemates.
Adele will unlikely struggle with the physical challenges, after completing two London Marathons.