By Euro Weekly News Media • 11 November 2014 • 13:45
POPULAR reality TV show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will start season 14 this Sunday and there has been mass speculation about exactly who is going into the jungle.
Rumours were circulating about TV actress Teri Hatcher, Geordie Shore’s Vicki Pattinson, former Manchester United player Roy Keane, and even wrestler Hulk Hogan to join the cast.
Much to the surprise of fans, the line-up is completely different than expected and none of those listed above is due to join Ant and Dec in the Outback this year; however, there are familiar faces.
Kendra Wilkinson was a shock contestant this year with no rumours of her heading for the jungle until she arrived in Brisbane this morning. The media recently drew attention to her husband Hank Baskett’s cheating scandal and the deterioration of their relationship. Kendra won over the public whilst starring in E!’s The Girls Next Door.
Another reality TV star to head to the jungle is TOWIE star Gemma Collins whose diva antics and ever-changing attitudes towards her weight make sure she’s frequently in the media. She called the police on her boyfriend for beating her up shortly before she boarded the plane to Oz.
The famous ‘bikini scene’ a tradition started by Myleene Klass will be continued by model and ex-girlfriend of golfer Rory McIlroy, Nadia Forde. She has announced to the nation that she has packed a lot of tiny bikinis for her adventure.
We have an early favourite, ex-Fulham player Jimmy Bullard, whose twitter fans have edited his face in several ‘jungle-themed’ pictures including one of him lifting a huge lion over his head.
TV presenter Melanie Sykes will also be entering the jungle and one mystery punter has placed so many bets on her to be crowned Queen of the Jungle, that Ladbrokes have had to reassess their odds.
Joining them in the jungle is Coronation Street star Craig Charles, who plays Lloyd Mullaney in the ITV soap, rapper Tinchy Stryder, world superbike racer Carl Fogarty, Allo Allo star Vicki Michelle and BBC News reader Michael Buerk.
The series begins Sunday, November 16 on ITV.
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