I’m A Celebrity 2023 start date and rumoured line-up as first star ‘lands in Australia’

ITV's I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 2023 is just around the corner, with fans eagerly awaiting the star-studded line-up.

The new series is set to kick off with a special 105-minute episode. Ten celebs are rumoured to be joining the jungle with one being crowned King or Queen at the end of three weeks.

Last year, Lioness Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle with Owen Warner and former Conservative MP Matt Hancock as runner-up.

I'm A Celebrity then aired a special All Stars series earlier this year with a host of legends heading to South Africa to be crowned the ultimate champion.

Myleene Klass took the crown with Jordan Banjo in second place and Fatima Whitbread placing third.

As rumours swirl about who could be heading into the jungle this year, OK! has everything you need to know about I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 2023.

When does I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! start?

Last year, the list of celebs was announced by October 31, with the show starting on November 6 due to the World Cup.

This year, the show is back in its usual slot and is expected to run for three weeks.

ITV has confirmed I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! will start on November 19 at 9pm and finish at 10.45pm.

Who is rumoured to be on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2023?

There are several famous faces who are rumoured to be heading into the jungle from Nigel Farage to Marvin Humes and Gemma Owen to Frankie Dettori.

Nigel Farage

Former UKIP leader and current GB News host Nigel Farage has hinted he's taking part in the ITV series after claiming he's signed a contract with bosses.

The 59 year old hinted he might be ready to join the jungle gang with ex-contestant Paul Burrell encouraging the outspoken broadcaster to dive into reality TV later this year.

Speaking on GB News, he said: "In previous years, I've just ruled out being on the show completely. This year, I'm in a conversation with them. They've sent me a contract. I'm going to have a real serious read of it.

"And look, I might do it. I might not, but I'm giving it very serious consideration. It is a massive programme, watched by a vast number of young people who care about their lives but aren't engaged in politics. I'm giving it real thought."

Marvin Humes

Former JLS star and The Hit List presenter Marvin Humes could be heading Down Under and is said to have the full support of his wife Rochelle Humes, who is currently hosting This Morning following Holly Willoughby's exit.

An insider told The Sun: "Marvin would be a brilliant signing. Not only is he known to fans of The X Factor and fans of JLS, but the audience for The Hit List and This Morning spans from kids right through older viewers. And with Rochelle's backing, he's got a ready-made fan base."

Frankie Dettori

Jockey Frankie Dettori has been spotted in Australia weeks before celebrities usually head Down Under.

However, the famous face is said to have work commitments related to racing this week but is then expected to get a domestic flight from Melbourne to Brisbane to go into the jungle.

Frankie has yet to confirm his spot on I'm A Celebrity but with a huge gap in his schedule until Boxing Day, it's likely he'll be staying in Australia for a while.

Gemma Owen

Just over a year after she was in the Love Island villa, it seems Gemma Owen may be trying out a different reality series.

She sparked rumours she's heading into the jungle when she shared a snap of herself on a flight to Australia on her Instagram Story.

The daughter of Michael Owen simply captioned the snap with "Australia" prompting many to speculate she's vying to be Queen of the Jungle.

However, it could simply be rumours as she has made an appearance at the Melbourne Cup, looking sensational in a number of stunning gowns.

Is Gemma in Australia for I'm A Celebrity or just the Melbourne Cup?

Nick Pickard

ITV bosses are said to be thrilled to have signed up Hollyoaks star Nick Pickard for this year's series of I'm A Celebrity.

A source told The Sun: "Tony from Hollyoaks – as Nick will always happily be known as – is an absolute soap legend and a huge signing for I'm A Celeb.

"Soap stars always do brilliantly on the show because they come with a loyal following and they don't come more down-to-earth and likeable than Nick."

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