Two additional celebrities will reportedly join this year’s series of I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! days after it begins.
Earlier this week, the 2019 line-up of ITV's successful reality series was unveiled, featuring American television personality Caitlyn Jenner, Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway, Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle and retired footballer Ian Wright.
Despite being on the list of rumours ahead of the announcement, Coronation Street star Andrew Whyment – who plays Kirk Sutherland – wasn't named. But, The Sun is now reporting he will enter the jungle a few days after the show starts, much in the same way that Noel Edmonds did last year.
The show's new cast also includes retired rugby player James Haskell, ex-EastEnders actor Jacqueline Jossa, who played Lauren Branning until 2018, and comedian Andrew Maxwell, best known for providing voiceover for the MTV reality show Ex on the Beach.
DJs Adele Roberts (Radio 1) and Roman Kemp (Capital FM) complete the line-up, alongside Myles Stephenson, who won The X Factor in 2017 with his band Rak-Su.
Click through the below gallery to see every celebrity who is taking part.
It is currently unknown who the second latecomer will be, although rumours have named broadcaster Richard Madeley, football pundit Chris Kamara, as well as Love Island stars Eyal Booker and Georgia Steel as potential contestants. See the full list of potential celebrities here.
The highest-paid celebrity is believed to be Jenner, who will earn a reported £500,000 for her appearance.
This year’s series will see the return of Ant McPartlin alongside Declan Donnelly after he took a hiatus from presenting.
Last year, Donnelly was joined by Holly Willoughby for a series that was won by former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham manager Harry Redknapp.
I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! will return to ITV on 17 November.
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