After months of speculation, Network Ten has released a list of clues about the identity of the 10 celebrities heading to South Africa for the new family entertainment series I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!.
Joining hosts Julia Morris and Chris Brown in the jungle from early February, live, five nights a week, will be an eclectic group of celebrities from all walks of life.
Ten has confirmed a world famous television actress, an AFL Hall of Fame superstar, a four-time Olympian, a legendary Test cricketer, an international model, a fashion icon and a hot young comedian are some of the celebrities who have been enlisted to take part in the premiere Australian series.
Former Sabrina the Teenage Witch star Melissa Joan Hart is a likely starter, as is comedian Joel Creasey, former Australian cricketer, Andrew Symonds, former AFL footballer Barry Hall, Family Feud host Grant Denyer and former Australian Idol judge Ian 'Dicko' Dickson.
Ten is rumoured to be offering up to $60,000 per week to attract celebs to the African jungle for the series.
The list of personalities that have officially turned down a role on the show includes Shane Warne, Sophie Monk, Derryn Hinch, former Today Show gossip reporter Richard Reid, and Patti Newton.
A nightly, live soap opera where the viewers decide who eats, who plays and who stays, the 10 celebrities going into the jungle will be revealed live and exclusively in the first episode.