I’m a Celebrity 2023: What time is it on tonight and who’s in it?

I’m A Celebrity spoiler shows campmates take on Temple of Doom trial

The return of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is upon us.

The reality series is returning to screens with the first episode of the 2023 season airing tonight (19 November) at 9pm on ITV. The episode is due to run longer than usual, concluding at 10.45pm.

Viewers will get their first look at the new crop of celebrities decamping to the Australian outback in the hopes of being crowned this year’s King or Queen of the Jungle.

All eyes will undoubtedly be on former Ukip and Brexit party MEP Nigel Farage who, following in the footsteps of disgraced politician Matt Hancock last year, is among the stars entering the jungle.

Farage will be joined by This Morning’s Josie Gibson, Jamie Lynn Spears, and YouTuber Nella Rose. You can find the full line-up of 2023 campmates here.

In a preview of the first episode, Farage, 59, is seen waist-deep in a trough of disgusting brown sludge, wearing clear goggles and a stained pink button-down shirt.

The politician-turned-GB News presenter previously said that he would not be able to take part in some of the bushtucker trials due to health problems resulting from a 2010 plane crash.

I’m a Celeb airs every night except Saturdays at 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX.


JLS star Marvin Humes says tearful goodbye to family

The musician shared a tearful goodbye with his family as he landed in Australia ahead of tonight’s launch episode.

I’m A Celeb’s Marvin Humes says tearful goodbye to family as he lands in Australia

JLS star Marvin Humes shared a tearful goodbye with his family as he landed in Australia ahead of the launch of I’m A Celebrity. Humes, 38, posted a video saying goodbye to his This Morning presenter wife Rochelle and their children. Appearing emotional, the singer shared a FaceTime clip of him blowing kisses to his family after he arrived in Australia. He said he will struggle not seeing his family for up to four weeks. It comes as the singer recently finished touring the country with JLS. I’m A Celebrity starts on ITV 1 on Sunday (19 November) at 9pm.

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 15:40


Nigel Farage shares biggest worry of entering the jungle as first trial revealed

To Nigel Farage, being away from the news cycle is more frightening than creepy crawlies and stomach-churning meals…

I’m A Celebrity’s Nigel Farage reveals biggest worry of going into jungle

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 15:20


Why do all contestants wear red socks?

It is tradition for the stars to wear the trademark camper gear: red pants or shorts, a red waistcoat and red socks.

The reason for the brightly coloured footwear, however, is rather creepy…

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 15:00


First look at the I’m a Celebrity camp site

Ant and Dec share exclusive first-look at I’m A Celebrity jungle camp

Ant and Dec have shared an “exclusive” first look inside the I’m A Celebrity jungle camp ahead of Sunday night’s launch show. The comedy duo posted a video on their Instagram page with the caption: “Welcome to our jungle abode.” Dec says: “We are going to give you an exclusive tour of this ten-bed luxury accommodation here in Australia. Ant adds: “Behind me is the very spacious toilet area for our ones and twos.” Viewers are then taken to the sleeping area. Ant says: “This is one of 10 beds in this open-air jungle accommodation.” Dec adds: “Look at this luxury mattress. It’s not filled with feathers. It’s filled with leaves. So comfortable.”

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 14:40


The 10 most memorable I’m a Celebrity challenges

From creepy crawlies to flies or maybe even spiders for lunch, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is back for another season, as the show prepares to welcome ten new stars to take on the Australian jungle.

While some grisly bushtucker trials may be interesting to watch, others might have viewers stomachs turning.

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 14:20


How much is Nigel Farage being paid?

Before his stint on the show was confirmed, Farage said that he was “seriously considering” the series after being offered “really quite substantial sums of money” to sign up.

It has been reported that Farage will make £1.5m from the appearance – the highest any person has ever been paid to appear. This trounces Noel Edmond’s £600,000, which he received in 2022.

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 14:00


I’m a Celebrity fans threaten to boycott series over controversial contestant

News that Nigel Farage would be among this year’s campmates attracted criticism among viewers, with some even threatening to boycott the season.

Read all about the controversy here…

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 13:40


Every I’m a Celebrity winner – and what they did next

Last year’s series was won by ex-footballer Jill Scott, who was crowned Queen of the Jungle over actor Owen Warner and disgraced politican Matt Hancock who were also in the final three.

Other stars to have triumphed in previous years include fellow football star Harry Redknapp, Vicky Pattison, Kian Egan, Christopher Biggins, and first-ever winner Tony Blackburn.

Read all about the past champions here…

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 13:24


I’m a Celebrity has become a dystopian rehab for disgraced politicians

By the time Matt Hancock left the jungle last year, he had gained popularity and was even considered a hearthrob by some, writes Ellie Harrison. Now Nigel Farage is going down under the with the hope of restoring his own reputation…

Ellie Harrison19 November 2023 13:21


What was the Kiosk Keith controversy?

Kiosk Keith was just as much a staple on I’m a Celebrity as Ant and Dec, before he was allegedly fired from the show in 2017.

Read about the controversy surrounding his departure here…

Annabel Nugent19 November 2023 13:16


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