I’m A Celeb 2023 full line-up CONFIRMED as Jamie Lynn Spears and Josie Gibson pose in jungle gear

I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! fans don't have long to wait for the show's return to TV screens, with the new line-up being announced as the stars continue to land in Brisbane's airport.

The new series of the ITV flagship show will launch on 19 November 2023, and is set to be as explosive as ever, especially with two campmates already thought to be feuding before they even arrive in camp.

And it seems it is not just the campmates who are already at each other's throats, with some viewers also claiming they will be boycotting the show over the identity of one of the campmates.

Here is the 2023 I'm A Celeb starting line-up…

Jamie Lynn Spears

Ahead of her appearance on I'm A Celeb, Jamie Lynn, 32, the sister of global superstar Britney Spears, said: "I think this is a nice chance to show who I really am. I think my best quality is that it takes a lot to hurt my feelings; but I am impatient and my family would say I get in a bad mood a lot.

"There is literally every misconception you can have on a person about me so I don’t take any of it seriously."

Sam Thompson

Former Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, 31, has landed in Australia just a few weeks after girlfriend Zara McDermott was eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing.

Ahead of the show's launch, he said: "I tried to go camping recently but I had to go home at 10pm. I was too cold!

"I don’t know anyone who likes spiders. The smaller they are, the worse it is and I am a bit of a screecher. I am not a creepy crawly guy either. And I hate people/ things touching my neck. Any trial involving things all over me will be pretty rank!”

Josie Gibson

This Morning presenter and former Big Brother winner Josie Gibson, 38, is the current favourite to be crowned Queen of the Jungle.

"I know I have taken on challenges for This Morning in the past but I don’t know if I’ve taken on too much here. It’s all becoming very real" she said.

"I am dreading the insects and it’s my biggest phobia. I also don’t like spiders and I freeze normally when I see one. My family thinks I am mad doing the programme too as they know what I’m like with creepy crawlies!"

Fred Sirieix

First Dates' maître d'hôtel Fred Sirieix, 51, could find himself in a feud just moments after arriving in the jungle after fans unearthed social media posts in which he had branded one of his fellow campmates a "coward."

Preparing for his stint in the jungle Fred said: "It’s a challenge to be away from my friends, family, comfort, only drinking water, no coffee, no wine, no mustard on my steak and – in fact – no steak!

"I am seeing this as a wellness retreat. It’s an opportunity to get closer to myself inside my head and to see life through a different lens and in a place I feel uncomfortable."

Nella Rose

Social media star, Nella Rose, 24, is this year's youngest campmate, and his hoping to teach her older co-stars some how to dance.

She said: "I am terrified but I’m trying to think of the bigger picture. In this life, you have to face up to your fears. Yes I might scream the whole time but I am going to think about feeding human beings and I am going to try my best."

Nigel Farage

Controversial former politician GB News presenter Nigel Farage, 59, has already sparked a number of complaints from viewers – with some saying they'll be boycotting this series.

And the former UKIP leader is already preparing to do a number of Bushtucker Trials, as he explained: "Given millions hate me, I do expect people will vote for me to do trials!

"My crime was to stand against an establishment view and I was for many years the lone voice saying Europe wasn’t where we should be, so I have been a little bit demonised. I am hoping those who hate me might hate me a little bit less afterwards. But it’s a gamble.

"And the idea that somehow the things I represent – mean-spirited, small-minded, nasty, the ‘little Englander’ – all those accusations that have been flung at me over the years just aren’t true. If we can dispel some of those misconceptions, then that will be a good thing too."

Grace Dent

Despite previously slamming the show as "puerile and dumb" food critic and TV star Grace Dent, 50, will be taking in part in this year's series.

Discussing what she's least looking forward to, she said: "I am especially dreading being really hungry because I tend to eat four or five posh meals out a week because I am a restaurant critic."

Marvin Humes

JLS star Marvin Humes will be ditching the stage for the jungle. He said: "This programme has been on my bucket list for years. It’s the first time I’ve been asked to do it so I jumped at the opportunity."

Danielle Harold

Following her exit from EastEnders just a few months ago, soapstar Danielle Harold, 31, is heading down under, revealing that she's excited to just be herself.

"It’s definitely going to be nice to be myself and just have fun" she said, “The parts I have been playing have involved heavy stuff and to just be me is exciting.

"It’s been a crazy, crazy year and so why not top it off with the craziest thing ever by doing this?! It’s definitely a shock to the system and I am both excited and nervous. This is so much tougher than anything or any role I have ever done before as it is all so new."

Danielle was also quick to shoot down any romance rumours, as she said: "I am single and no ‘I am not looking for love’!"

Nick Pickard

Hollyoaks legend Nick Pickard, 48, who has played Tony Hutchinson since 1995, is the last celeb joining the show's starting lineup.

He said: "I have not had a drink for five weeks, I was doing the stop October drinking challenge anyway and I have stuck to it since. It is going to be hard on the food front though.

"I will be the person saying: ‘Have you finished?’ When we eat, I will hoover any of the leftovers up! Mind you, I don’t think anyone will be leaving anything!"

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