I'm A Celebrity 2016: Here is the 'confirmed' jungle lineup (according to the papers, anyway!)

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ITV has yet to confirm the actual cast for I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2016, but the newspapers reckon they've got it sorted.

And it's kind of obvious when the celebrities start arriving in Australia, right?

The Sun, The Mirror and Daily Star have all listed the exact same celebrities they believe will be entering the Australian jungle when the show kicks off on Sunday, 13 November.

Some of these stars have already been seen touching down in Brisbane, while others may well be on their way!

Here's the rumoured but pretty much confirmed lineup:



As we said, ITV hasn't confirmed the full lineup but some of the above stars have been snapped at Brisbane airport including Lisa Snowdon, Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett, Jordan Banjo, Ola Jordan, Sam Quek and Wayne Bridge.

Joel even stopped to speak to Daily Star, admitting he rather fancied Carol Vorderman. He joked: "I mean, I like maths. I like to show my working out. So hopefully she would appreciate that!"

Jordan, meanwhile, pretty much confirmed his involvement by telling The Mirror: "I'm really excited to be here but I'm very cared of snakes. I'm petrified of them - snakes, heights and bugs!"

Vicky Pattison talks to Joe Swash after being crowned Queen of the jungle on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here Now!'. Broadcast on ITV HD

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Reality star Vicky won I'm A Celeb last year.



There are far fewer reality shows in this year's lineup: remember last year? When we had Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison, TOWIE's Ferne McCann, X Factor's George Shelley and (briefly) Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews?

It had been rumoured earlier this year I'm A Celebrity bosses wanted to reduce the number of reality stars, with a source telling The Sun: "This year [the show] wants to go back to its roots by signing up more cult favourites from the past and current, newsworthy personnel. The last series got a ribbing for having so many reality show stars and giving them lots of camera time."

Ant & Dec are back and still lost in the Jungle, will they make it back to camp in time for the celebrity arrivals?!

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Ant & Dec return to host.



Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash on GMB
19 October 2016

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The new Extra Camp lineup.



Ant & Dec return to host this year's main show, while it's all change over on the spinoff programme, which has been renamed I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp. Joe Swash returns to co-host alongside newcomers Stacey Solomon (his girlfriend!), Vicky Pattison and Chris Ramsay.

Meanwhile, Ant will be celebrating his 41st birthday while he's out in Australia and has said he'll be partying up a storm! He told The Sun: "I always look forward to my birthday. Am I doing a list? Anything involving booze is fine!"

Ant & Dec have refused to confirm whether the above lineup is true, but Dec did tell The Mirror he was looking forward to getting to know the real personalities of all this year's campers.

He said: "When you just see names and faces on a piece of paper it's really difficult. It's when you see them in the flesh, that's when you really get a sense of it. This time last year none of us knew who Lady C was, and what she was going to be like."

Ah, Lady C! One of the most memorable contestants ever, right?

I'm A Celebrity starts Sunday, 13 November at 9pm on ITV.

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