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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2023 has had its start date confirmed – and it’s less than a fortnight away.
The hugely popular ITV reality show will return to screens on November 19.
The news was revealed during an advertisement break during today’s Good Morning Britain.
Last year’s show, which was won by Lioness Jill Scott, kicked off earlier than usual on November 6 because of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, but it is now back in its usual slot and is expected to last three weeks.
Although TV listings for November 19 aren’t available yet, The Mirror has reported that the show will air at 9pm and will finish at 10.45pm after introducing this year’s participants.
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This news comes after rumoured contestant Frankie Dettori was confirmed to be in Australiaand pictured at the Melbourne Cup Preview.
The 52-year-old jockey took to social media to reveal he was Down Under in the early hours.
He told fans: “Hi everyone, I am here in California at the moment. I will get on the plane after racing, I’m coming to Melbourne for the Melbourne Cup.
“Unfortunately, this year I’m suspended, so I can ride but I will support the Melbourne Cup carnival for the week, see some old friends riding and have a smashing time at the racing.
“Hopefully we see some good winners, so make sure you come and see us.”(sic)
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Typically, I’m A Celebrity contestants arrive about a week before the show is scheduled to start. Although no names have been officially revealed, former JLS star Marvin Humes is another star rumoured to be in the running to appear.
The former boyband singer, who rose to fame on The X Factor, is believed to have his wife’s backing to appear in the series hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
This comes days after This Morning host Josie Gibson was also rumoured to be taking part, as well as Coronation Street star Alan Halsall.
Meanwhile, Love Island star Gemma Owen has fuelled speculation that she too is joining the series, as she shared on Instagram that she was on a plane to Australia, but didn’t reveal why she’s visiting the country.
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