I'm a Celebrity...line-up revealed (yes, it includes Nadine Dorries) - in pictures
Wednesday 07 November 2012
This year's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here line-up has been revealed.
It includes (the worst kept secret in reality television) MP Nadine Dorries, boxer David Haye, actresses Helen Flanagan and Charlie Brooks and a former Time Lord.
ITV today confirmed the line-up following a row over MP Dorries' decision to take part in the show, taking her away from her constituents and crucial Commons votes for up to a month.
The first episode of the reality television show fronted by Ant and Dec that sees celebrities put through Bush Tucker trials and made to eat anything from witchetty grubs to kangaroo testicles will air on Sunday.
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