I’m A Celeb All Stars line-up ‘revealed’ including Helen Flanagan and Joe Swash

The rumoured line-up of theI’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out HereAll Star spin-off has been revealed, with many fan favourites expected to return to the popular show.

The 15 celebrities taking part have already completed filming for the show, which is set to air in early 2023.

Presenting duoAnt McPartlin, 46, andDeclan Donnelly, 47,announced that filming of the show was underway in South Africa, a departure from the traditional Australia, or the Welsh castle where the show was filmed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now an anonymous source has reportedly revealed the highly-anticipated show’s lineup toThe Sunnewspaper.

With the paper reporting that the source told them: “It's a different format to Australia, who knows when and where celebrities will enter camp, literally anything could happen.

“It's not clear how many will start in camp or how many will be there by the end when one is crowned King or Queen of the jungle, possibly for a second time.”

A spokesperson for the show told OK!: “We'll announce our line up and plans for I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! South Africa nearer its transmission in 2023."

The lineup revealed The Sun is as follows…

Phil Tufnell

2003’s King of the Jungle cricketer turned sports pundit Phil Tufnell is believed to be among those who have returned to the jungle in an attempt to reclaim their crown.

Amir Khan

Boxer Amir Kahn, 35, took a trip to the Jungle in 2018, becoming the show’s highest paid contestant.

And while viewers may remember how the 35 year old was terrified by spiders and other creepy crawlies, he appears to have put these fears aside as he returns to the jungle.

Paul Burrell

Former royal butler and confidante to the latePrincess Diana,Paul Burrell, 64, is set to return to the jungle for what will surely be another iconic stint.

And even if doesn’t win, he will surely yet again entertain his campmates and viewers with tales of the late Princess.

Jordan Banjo

Diversty’sJordan Banjo, 29, may hope that this time he’ll last longer on the show than in 2016, when he was the fourth contestant kicked out of the jungle.

2016 saw TV starScarlett Moffattcrowned Queen of the Jungle, andwhile rumours have swirled that she too will be returning, she does not appear on the latest rumoured lineup.

Andrew Whyment

Coronation Streetstar Andrew Whyment is another famous face that's rumoured to be making a return to the Bushtucker Trials.

Appearing on the show 2019, he finished second, beaten to first place by fellow soap starJacqueline Jossa.

Dean Gaffney

FormerEastEndersstar Dean Gaffney took part in I’m A Celebrity in 2006, losing out on the crown to Busted bassist Matt Willis.

However, while he may not have won, Dean was still a firm favourite among viewers, who will likely be happy to see him return.

Shaun Ryder

Losing out toStacey Solomonin 2010, Shaun Ryder, 60 claimed the outcome of the show was rigged, telling press: “As far as I am concerned the game was rigged. I really do mean that.”

However, despite claiming he was robbed of a win, viewers may see Shaun return to the jungle come 2023.

Joe Swash

The 2008 King of the Jungle,Joe Swash, 40, is set to attempt to regain his crown in the new All Star spin-off.

Since appearing on the show, Joe has married fellow winner Stacey Solomon, however it does not appear as though the couple will appear side by side.

Gillian McKeith

Appearing on the show in 2010, Gillian McKeith, 62, may not have won, but she did leave viewers in hysterics as she quickly became one of the show's most iconic contestants.

She famously fainted while taking part in a Bushtucker Trial, with hosts Ant and Dec having to catch her before she was given oxygen.

Carol Vorderman

Former Countdown co-host Carol Vorderman, 61, is set to make her jungle return along side her 2016 fellow campmate Jordan Banjo.

Georgia Toffolo

Former winner Toff is set to be a fan favourite as she returns to the show.

The Made In Chelsea star, 27, has agreed to take part in the South African special addition despite initially being one of the lowest paid stars in the show’s history, taking home £13,000.

Helen Flanagan

Helen will re-enter the jungle a decade after her first time on the show.

The 32 year old was best known for playing Rosie Webster in Corrie and first entered the camp in 2012, the year EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks won the show.

Janice Dickinson

Fans will be excited that Janice Dickinson will be bursting back into the jungle and onto our screens.

Janice’s memorable time in Australia in 2007 was iconic, after she caused a string of arguments with blunt comments about her fellow campmates.

She came second behind who Christopher Biggins was crowned King of the Jungle.

Myleene Klass

Mylene's famous 2006 shower scene is often voted by fans as one of the best moments in the programme’s history. The bikini she wore first time around was later auctioned for charity and raised £7,500.

Fatima Whitbread

Olympian Fatima Whitbread also reportedly flew to South Africa to take part in the I'm A Celeb All Stars special.

The 61 year old has been a popular contestant on another brutal reality show later – Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins.

Fatima appeared on I'm A Celeb in back in 2011 and earned herself a top three finish.

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