I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! is a reality tv program launched in 2002 on the UK tv channel, ITV.
10 'celebrities' are made to camp in the jungle whilst the public can vote to put certain celebrities through 'outback trails' all of these have a gruesome element, be it eating live grubs or being locked in a coffin full of rats.
This years (Series 10) celebrities are:
Aggro Santos (Singer, rapper, pop star) - Britt Ekland (Actress) - Gillian McKeith (TV presenter) - Kayla Collins (Model) - Lembit Opik (Ex Politician) - Linford Christie (Athlete) - Nigel Havers (Actor) - Shaun Ryder (Singer) - Sheryl Gascoigne (Full-time Mum) - Stacey Solomon (Singer)
Series 1: Tony Blackburn (2002), Series 2: Cricketer Phil Tuffnel (2003), Series 3: Kerry Katona (2004), Series 4: Joe Pasquale (2004), Series 5: Carol Thatcher (2005), Series 6: Matt Willis (2006), Series 7: Christopher Biggins (2007), Series 8: Joe Swash (2008), Series 9: Gino D'Acampo (2009)
Scarlett has taken over from Vicky Pattison as the new ‘Queen of the Jungle’.
The 26-year-old ‘professional telly watcher’ was named the Queen of the Jungle on Sunday, after beating fellow finalists Joel Dommett and Adam Thomas.
Continue reading: Scarlett Moffatt Wins 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!'
This year’s contestants are apparently letting hygiene standards at camp slip.
The contestants on this year’s ‘I'm a celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!’ have been advised by the camp doctor to shower more.
The show’s infamous waterfall shower is usually popular with contestants, but this year the celebs seem a little more shower-shy and it’s reportedly led to a fungus outbreak in camp.
‘I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!’ contestant Scarlett Moffatt
Well we feel duped…
‘I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’s’ sexy waterfall shower is just as infamous as the show’s cringeworthy bushtucker trials, but it's now been claimed that the jungle feature isn't entirely authentic.
According to The Sun, the iconic waterfall is actually a man-made creation and not a natural part of the Aussie jungle!
It seems Ola Jordan isn't showering under a waterfall after all
Continue reading: Hang On...Is 'I'm A Celebrity's' Sexy Waterfall Shower Fake?
Amy Willerton - British TV presenter and former "I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here" contestant Amy Willerton seen pumping gas in Beverly Hills in convertible red Mini, with a friend wearing matching pink t-shirts and mou boots at Beverly Hills, I'm a celebrity - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 10th March 2016
The nasty incident happened during filming of a 'tucker trial' on the Australian edition of 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here'.
During the episode, which aired on Thursday night (February 18th) via Channel Ten in Australia, saw a ‘tucker trial’ that required the ex-spin bowler to immerse his head in a series of tanks, containing African clawed frogs, scorpions, Madagascan hissing cockroaches and rats.
After all that, he was presented with a box of assorted snakes – reportedly his biggest fear – and told to do the same again. After initially protesting against this, he reluctantly prepared himself to get on with it.
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The weather in Australia has been so bad that ITV bosses have had to get the celebrities out of camp.
The I’m A Celebrity camp has had to be evacuated due to severe storms in the Australian outback. The celebrities have now been moved from the main camp to take shelter in the Bush Telegraph as the jungle is ht by thunder, lightening and torrential rain.
The bad weather has caused equipment used on the show, such as cameras and lighting to lose power in the last few hours, according to The Mirror. Show bosses are now said to be in a race against time to edit tonight’s scheduled programme.
Continue reading: 'I'm A Celebrity' Camp Evacuated Due To Serve Storms
Forget the ‘X-Factor’, Louis Walsh might be going all the way Down Under for his next gig.
Louis Walsh could be about to take a trip to the jungle Down Under, to appear on the next series of ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here’. The former ‘X-Factor’ judge has hinted he could take part in the reality series, which returns to UK screens next month.
Could Louis Walsh be appearing on ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here’?
Speaking to The Mirror Walsh said, “If I’m not in the jungle this year, I’ll do it next year.” However the 63 year old added that he would draw the line at “eating kangaroos”.
Nadia Forde - Irish model, singer and star of ITV show I'm a celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, Nadia Forde, arriving back at Dublin Airport where she was met by two friends Rob Murphy and Holly Lynch. - Dublin, Ireland - Wednesday 17th December 2014
Helen Flanagan back in the jungle!? Hold your horses....
Helen Flanagan Is Back In The Jungle...Sort of.
Highlights included the former Coronation Street actress stroking a crocodile...and, well, that was about it.
Continue reading: Is Helen Flanagan Back On 'I'm A Celebrity' For Good?
Helen Flanagan appeared to tell Twiiter followers she was alone in her Prestwich house, before thieves broke in.
The former Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan has been left "shaken but unharmed" after burglars broke into her house in Prestbury, Cheshire, locking herself and a friend in a row while they stole jewellery and a mobile phone before fleeing. Police are investigating the break-in, reports BBC News.
Ms Flanagan's spokesman said she was "very shaken" though unharmed after the incident. Writing on her Twitter page earlier in the day, the I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here star appeared to let slip that she was in her large detached home alone as Manchester City star boyfriend Scott Sinclair was away. "Super tired today, which makes me emotional, sensitive and mental!" she added.
The incident occurred after Helen was seen out in Alderley Edge yesterday afternoon. Later, police were seen outside the property and interviewed Helen while taking evidence from inside. A spokesman for Cheshire Police said they were treating the incident as an aggravated burglary. "We are investigating a burglary at a private address in Prestbury reported at 11.50pm on Monday 17 June," he said, "Thieves broke into the detached property and stole items of jewellery and a mobile phone."
Continue reading: Did Thieves Know Helen Flanagan Was Alone By Using Twitter?
The bushtucker trial failure last night, when Nadine Dorries, the disgraced Tory MP, couldn't face the 'bug burial', meant that the camp's food rations were kept to a minimum and everyone was utterly starving when Dorries and fellow 'celeb' Helen Flanagan were voted to face the next trial. Despite grumbling stomachs, we doubt either of them fancied what was on the menu: camel toe.
Hopefully, being starving will be conducive to a win for both Helen and Nadine. But judging by Flanagan's Monday night confession, that's highly unlikely. The Daily Mail quote her saying: "I think I'll be the person who'll cry the most in the show ever. I'm really struggling. I've even been thinking of going because I just don't know if I can hack it. I'm not feeling very good to be honest. I did think this would be easier. It's a lot harder than I thought it would be... I'm dreading going back and saying I was only in there 10 seconds, but I tried. It's embarrassing and it's just humiliating. I just feel like such a wimp."
In which case, expect plenty of tears for tonight's show in which she definitely does, at the very least, put some camel toe in her mouth and chew. That's a feat in itself. You'll have to wait until tonight at 9pm on ITV1 to see if either Helen or Nadine can cope with an enormous camel toe. We're betting not.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here - Art work - I'm a celebrity, get me out of here Wednesday 2nd May 2012 Courtney Love unveils her artwork 'And She's Not Even Pretty' exhibit held at Fred Torres Collaborations in Manhattan
Gemma Atkinson and Jason 'J' Brown endured a frightening encounter with a host of unsavoury jungle residents on the new series of I'm a celebrity...
The former Hollyoaks actress and the ex-boyband member were face to face with cockroaches, ants, meal worms and eel slime during the Terror Train and the Temple of Doom Bushtucker Trial, but endured the unpleasant Antipodean visitors to earn three meals for the camp.
Presenter Ant Mcpartlin told the pair that six stars were fixed inside the Temple of Doom, into which they would travel.
"You've got to go in search of them," he explained. "Sit in the cart and then the cart with move through. It will stop four times - when it stops, the star will fall from the ceiling along with some other jungle nastiness," said Ant.
"You have 30 seconds to secure your star before the cart moves again. This happens four times and the final two you find at the end, they're not going to drop, they will be hanging there so feel around for them."
Before the trial began, 'J' reassured Gemma, saying: "When it happens don't think about it, just grab the stars.
"It's going to be nasty - there are going to be things crawling all over us Gemma, are you ready?" he asked.
A bucket of eel slime soon cascaded over Gemma, before a cockroach shower left her screaming: "It's down my top, it's eating me, aaagh! It's nipping my back, the b**tard."
While 'J' was unable to find the star protected by a nest of green ants, Gemma ignored a shower of meal worms to grab a third star, securing a third meal for the contestants.
Back at the camp the contestants joked about a Cerys Matthews-Marc Bannerman wedding, and Janice Dickinson, Anna Ryder Richardson and Christopher Biggins all received special messages from their loved ones.
Continue reading: Gemma And J Take Terror Train