I’m A Celebrity… All Stars: Who is rumoured to be taking part in the ITV reality show? | The Sun

THE long-awaited All Stars version of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is being filmed in South Africa.

The series, which is thought to be airing in 2023, will included much-loved celebs from previous seasons.

Who is rumoured to be taking part in I’m A Celebrity… All Stars?

In May 2022, Ant and Dec confirmed they would be doing an All Stars spin-off of I'm A Celebrity.

It will be filmed in Kruger National Park, South Africa where, ironically, the Aussie version of the show is shot.

Producers will still shoot a normal series – featuring a brand new line-up of stars – in New South Wales, Australia, in November 2022.

The I'm A Celebrity All Stars will then likely air in early 2023 – although this is yet to be confirmed.

Jordan North

Jordan North was the runner-up in the first Wales series in 2020.

Since the show he rose to fame and is now a household name.

He was best known for his catchphrase 'Happy place, happy place, Turfmoor' when competing in trials, but will he be giving it another go?

Helen Flanaghan

Helen first appeared on I'm A Celeb back in 2012 where she finished in seventh place.

The actress is best known for her role as Rosie Webster on Coronation Street.

Gillian McKeith

When she appeared in the 2010 series, Gillian McKeith quickly became an iconic contestant when she famously fainted in a live trial.

She could be back to take on more challenges in the All Star version.

Myleene Klass

Myleene finished as a runner-up back in 2006.

It has been rumoured that the singer, presenter and musician has signed up for the latest series after months of talks.

Lady C

Lady C was arguably one of the most controversial campmates in 2015.

She could be returning to shake the camp up yet again.

Jordan Banjo

The Sun revealed how Jordan Banjo is heading back to the I’m A Celebrity jungle for the All Stars special edition.

Diversity dancer-turned presenter, known for his backflips and high kicks, Jordan, has signed up for a return with the ITV show.

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In the 16th series — which was on our screens in 2016 — Jordan was the fourth celebrity to be voted out of the show.

A source said: “ITV hope that Jordan will bring plenty of banter to their highly anticipated first All Stars series.

“He’s always up for a laugh and should have no problem keeping morale high in the camp."

He first shot to fame with dance troupe Diversity, led by his older brother Ashley, on Britain’s Got Talent in 2009.

Carol Vorderman

Among Jordan's campmates will be Carol Vorderman, who appeared in the previous line-up with him in Australia.

She has reportedly signed up to give the show another shot after featuring in season 16 alongside Jordan Banjo.

Carol shot to fame on Countdown and has since become an Instagram sensation, with her constant stream of sexy selfies.

A source told The Sun: “Carol was always top of producers’ wishlist; in some ways she was the perfect campmate.

“She was funny, outspoken and intelligent and let’s just say she gave the younger girls a run for their money in the jungle shower.

“Her flirtations with Joel were one of the big talking points of the series so signing up Carol for All Stars looks like a no brainer.”

Georgia Toffolo

The Sun revealed how Georgia Toffolo is also joining the All Stars.

2017 winner Georgia, who beat Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas and ex-radio host Iain Lee got just £13,000 in series 17, but will rake in much more this time.

Viewers were especially taken with the former politics student’s friendship with Stanley Johnson.

A source told The Sun: “Georgia was real TV gold in her year, and the viewers loved her. She absolutely romped home.

"Her friendship with Stanley was a highlight and fans lapped it up.

“She was one of the lowest-ever paid contestants but has done really well for herself off the back of it.

“She’ll be getting considerably more this time around, that’s for sure!”

Georgia found fame on E4’s reality show Made In Chelsea and has collaborated with lingerie brand With Love Lilly, posing for saucy snaps.

Amir Khan

Boxing Champ Amir Khan is set for a return to the jungle.

Revealing the news to fans he said: “I’ve been asked to do a very, very big show.

“I can’t give the name to you. But I’ll give you a clue; I’ve been on it before!

“I think it’ll be brilliant. I think people get to see another side of me and it would be nice to do something like that.

"Now that I’ve got time I can do it. Before I couldn’t."

He first appeared on the show back in 2017 with Georgia Toffolo, where he had viewers in stitches with his hapless behaviour.

Amir shot to fame as a boxer, but in 2022 hung up his gloves for good.

Dean Gaffney

EastEnders actor Dean Gaffney is a legendary I'm A Celebrity star.

The star first appeared in the 2006 edition of the show, coming fifth as Busted bassist Matt Willis was crowned King of the Jungle.

The Sun exclusively revealed how Dean would be appearing on I'm Celebrity All Stars.

A source said: “Dean is regarded as one of the best contestants the show has ever had. When the All Stars show was first mooted he was a name that everyone wanted to get on board.

“It’s taken some time but he’s now signed on the dotted line and will be on the plane to South Africa with some other show greats. Everyone is chuffed.”

Paul Burrell

The Sun reported how ex-royal butler Paul Burrell is also on board.

Princess Di's right hand man appeared on the very first series of the show back in 2004.

Few can forget Paul's meltdown as he gurned his way through the Bushtucker Trials, when he tried to grab meal tokens from inside holes filled with rats and bugs.

A TV insider said: “His bizarre facial expressions during the Bushtucker Challenge have gone down in the jungle’s history books.

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“Only Dean Gaffney could compete with those kinds of hysterics — and that really is saying something.

“So if ITV does strike a deal with Paul then he’s almost guaranteed to be doing the challenge again. Unless, of course, he bans it by inserting a unique clause in his contract.”

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