I'm a Celebrity 2019: Line-up rumours, start date and all you need to know
11 October 2019, 12:03 | Updated: 16 October 2019, 12:56
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is back for another series as it has been confirmed to return to our screens later this year.
However, show bosses are keeping tight-lipped about the latest line-up for the popular ITV series.
While we know it will be filmed in the Australian jungle, the 2019 cast has yet to be announced.
When does I'm A Celebrity 2019 start?
The start date for series 19 has yet to be announced, but is expected to return in November.
Who will host I'm A Celebrity 2019?
Holly Willoughby stood in for Ant McPartlin last year for series 18.
Ant is confirmed to return to the show this year alongside his co-host Dec Donnelly.
Who will host I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp?
The new Extra Camp presenting team includes former jungle campmates Joel Dommett, Emily Atack and Adam Thomas.
Joel said: "So excited to be heading back to the jungle this year - this time with a new bunch of amigos.
"I can’t wait to show Emily around and keep reminding Adam that I beat him in 2016. It’s such a huge privilege to do this show and I truly love it. I can’t wait to find out who we are watching!"
Emily said: "I'm thrilled that I get to make more amazing memories in a place that means so much to me.
"I've loved working with Joel on Singletown, we're like brother and sister, and Adam has got such amazing energy. The three of us are going to have the best time ever!"
Adam said: "I can't believe that I'm heading back to the jungle, this is something I never saw coming my way!
"I'm so excited to be reunited with my campmate Joel and to also work alongside Emily. We're going to have so much fun... just keep me away from those spiders!"
Is there a trailer for the upcoming series?
The first trailer aired on October 12 and featured Ant and Dec lost at sea.
Watch it here:
Who is rumoured to be entering the I'm A Celebrity jungle this year?
Bookmakers have the former England and Chelsea player high on their lists for joining the I’m a Celebrity line-up for 2019.
Ulrika has appeared on Dancing on Ice, Big Brother and Celebrity MasterChef, with early reports suggesting she could be heading to Australia for the show.
Addressing the reports, Ulrika said: "Yes the rumour made its way to me as well, and my kids were really excited and I said, ‘Couldn’t I do something like Strictly?’
"And they went, ‘No, that’s for old people’, which is rude. But no, I don’t know anything about the jungle, hate to dispel that myth."
Blue band member Duncan James has reportedly signed a deal to appear on the next series, according to The Sun.
A source said: "Producers think he could be telly gold because he will have to face his phobias head-on.
"The best campmates are the ones who have to overcome their fears — and Duncan has told them he is game for anything."
Maura became well known over the summer thanks to Love Island, with ITV bosses reportedly keen to keep her on-screen within the brand that "made her famous".
Former Arsenal striker Ian has reportedly been offered a six-figure salary to appear.
"Ian would be a massive signing for ITV who have been keen to get him Down Under for a while," an insider told The Sun.
"After watching Harry Redknapp win the last series, Ian has decided he would be up for giving it a whirl. He’s been offered a six figure sum to take part.
"Ian’s not afraid of much but has joked to his pals he’ll be useless at the eating tasks because he’s so fussy."
Lucy Fallon has been tipped as the next Coronation Street cast member to swap the cobbles for the jungle.
An ITV source told The Sun: "Lucy is bubbly, funny, down-to-earth and game for a challenge, so she is a great fit for I’m A Celebrity.
"She had conversations last year about taking part but said, ‘Thanks, but no thanks’.
"This year, she told them she feels the timing is right. Bosses are delighted to have her on board and are sure she will be a big hit with fans at home and her campmates."
Lucy previously told the Daily Star: "I think I’d be good at the jungle. I like to challenge myself and that’s the most challenging show you can do,” she told the Daily Star last year."
The documentary presenter who won Strictly Come Dancing looks set to enter the jungle, according to bookies.
Stacey's odds of joining the jungle line-up have dropped to 3/1.
The Red Dwarf actor previously appeared on the show back in 2014, but sadly had to bow out early after his brother died of a heart attack.
Could 2019 see a return to the jungle for Craig?
Gemma only lasted three days in the jungle in 2014, but is keen to be put back in this year by producers.
Speaking on Loose Women last year, Gemma explained: "I was meant to go back in the jungle the year after I came out.
"Do you know what, if it come back again, why not, why not? I would probably be terrible at all the tasks and all that."
Actress Rosie Marcel, who plays Jac Naylor in Holby City, was asked last year whether she would want to appear on the show.
Rosie said: "I’ve had a couple of meetings. I have spoken to them, it is something I would love to do actually. I think for me it would be an amazing challenge."