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Will Joey Essex enjoy a jungle romance with model Amy Willerton?
Rebecca Adlington and Joey Essex are among the ten celebrities who have signed up to publicly humiliate themselves in the name of fame in the thirteenth series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
Last year, Ashley Roberts from the Pussycat Dolls was served up deep-fried camel penis in the final, only for Eastenders’ Charlie Brooks to be crowned queen of the Aussie jungle.
No politician has dared to follow in Nadine Dorries’ footsteps, but plenty of soap stars, sporting champions and noughties boy band members have done.
So who is leaving luxury behind to face the infamous bushtucker trials down-under?
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