Im A Celebrity line up – with Louise Minchin and Adam Woodyatt joining show

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The latest stars to appear in the new series of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!have reportedly been confirmed as they make their way to Gwrych Castle in Wales.

The dynamic blend of famous faces will see some of the country’s best loved soap stars rubbing shoulders with football heroes, music legends as well as British Olympians.

Just like last year, which saw the programme take place in Wales for the first time in the show's history, the celebs will get down and dirty in the blistering cold castle.

The series, which will return to screens on Sunday November 21, will see celebs battle it out to be crowned king or queen of the Welsh castle.

The Sun has reported that the celebs for the new series have been confirmed, including soap stars and morning TV favourites.

Richard Madeley

Broadcaster and journalist Richard will finally be taking on the Welsh Castle after he had been rumoured to appear on the show for several years.

It is believed that Richard, 65, has agreed a contract worth an estimated £200,000.

The Good Morning Britain host is said to be a huge fan of the show and flew to Australia in 2019 to support contestant and former rugby star James Haskell to his daughter Chloe, 34.

Richard who is married to TV star Judy Finnigan has had a fruitful year so far and has become a familiar and much loved host of GMB.

Simon Gregson

Coronation Street star Simon Gregson will be following in his on-screen mother's footsteps and joining the iconic reality show.

The actor, who has played Steve McDonald for 32 years is gearing up to take on the challenge of the Welsh castle.

Talking about his appearance on the show a source told The Sun: "Bosses know Corrie fans will get right behind him.

"Everyone knows Simon as Steve but now they’ll get to see a completely different side of him for the first time.

"Simon has previously shunned all reality shows and he has turned down I’m A Celeb a number of times before."

The source added that Simon feels the time is now right due to the fact that his children are now older and the move from Australia to Wales made things easier.

Adam Woodyatt

EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt is the second soap star to enter the Welsh castle this year.

Adam, 53, who is well known to millions around the country as Ian Beale agreed to take part in the new series after bosses offered him a bumper pay deal.

Fans have not seen the iconic Ian Beale in Walford for some time as he is currently on a break from the show.

As the longest serving character in the soap Adam made his debut in Albert Square as teenager in February 1985 and has appeared in more than 3,000 episodes.

However in August 2020 it was revealed he was to be written out of upcoming scenes as part of an "extended break" for the character.

Since his time away from the show, Adam has been seen enjoying his time off and often gives fans glimpses of his bike rides.

Louise Minchin

Louise Minchin, 53, recently left her job presenting BBC Breakfast in September after a whopping 20-year career.

Although many fans were unaware of what she would do next The Sun revealed she had been approached to take part in I’m A Celebrity.

Louise will be going head to her in the rating wars with her old co-star Dan Walker, who is on Strictly Come Dancing this year.

Not only this, she was also be rubbing shoulders with GMB's Richard Madeley.

Frankie Bridge

Former The Saturdays star Frankie Bridge will follow in the footsteps of husband Wayne who appeared on the show in 2016.

Frankie, 32, who is also known to fans as a regular panellist on Loose Women, is joining the show after ITV chiefs are said to have offered her a bumper deal.

Former Chelsea footballer Wayne finished fifth place on his series and gave fans a barrel of laughs when he spoke candidly about his relationship with Frankie.

Singer Frankie, has previously teased her appearance on the iconic show during Loose Women, but now fans can see how well she will do for themselves.

Matty Lee

Several diving fans around the country were thrilled to hear that ITV bosses have signed up Tom Daley’s Olympic diving partner Matty Lee.

The Olympic superstar shot to fame overnight earlier this year after winning gold with Tom, 27, in the synchronised dive at the Tokyo games during the summer.

Matty, 23, is said to be "excited" about the challenges and will "thrive under pressure" during his time on the programme.

Arlene Phillips

English Choreographer Arlene Philips is never shy to express her opinions on reality TV, but fans will have to wait and see whether she will rustle any feathers in I'm A Celeb.

Arlene, 78, is known to fans for her previous role as one of four judges in BBC's Strictly Come Dancing but was dropped from the show in 2009.

Arlene is currently very in demand and is set to join the Dancing On Ice judging panel in 2022 after John Barrowman was let go earlier this year.

DOI will be her first major TV job since she was let go by the BBC on Strictly.

But before she gives her frank opinions on the ice skating show, Arlene will be put to the test in the Welsh castle.

Naughty Boy

Popular music producer Shahid Kahn, who goes by the name Naughty Boy, was due to enter the castle last year but had to pull out at the last minute, however he was quickly replaced by runner-up Jordan North.

Still wanting to take part in the competition, he’s now putting on his camping boots and is ready to swap mixing with music A-listers for getting down and dirty in the Welsh castle.

Naughty Boy has an amazing track record and has previously collaborated with Beyonce, Sam Smith and Emeli Sande.

Snoochie Shy

Brunette bombshell Snoochie Shy is heading into the castle later this month to give the programme a youthful and fun feel.

The 29-year-old Radio 1 Extra DJ from Eltham, South-East London is also a model, brand ambassador and presenter.

Real name Cheyenne Davide, Snoochie is married to rapper Michael Dapaah who is better known by his stage name Big Shaq, and has been a member of the Radio 1 team for three years altogether.

Danny Miller

Emmerdale legend Danny Miller who is best known for playing Aaron Dingle is the third star to appear on the iconic programme.

The actor, will be leaving behind his fiancé Steph Jones and their first child, who was only born last month in October.

The 30-year-old first appeared in the soap in 2008 but left four years later.

He later returned to his role in 2014, but is set to take a break to head to Wales in the next dew weeks.

David Ginola

Football legend David Ginola is following in a long line of retired footy stars.

David, 54, who is originally from France most notably played for Paris Saint-Germain before moving to Premier League clubs Newcastle, Tottenham and then Aston Villa.

In 2016 David collapsed during a charity match due to a cardiac arrest and subsequently fell into a coma.

He unfortunately swallowed his tongue and stopped breathing, leaving him clinically dead until paramedics rushed to the scene with a defibrillator.

Luckily surgeons performed a six-hour quadruple bypass and managed to save his life.

Kadeena Cox

Olympic legend Kadeena Cox, 30, has competed as both a Paralympian and an able-bodied athlete and has bought home a number of medals from the Rio games.

The cyclist who originates from Leeds triumphed recently on Celebrity Masterchef, finishing in first place ahead of Megan McKenna and Joe Swash.

As well as Masterchef, Kadeena has also appeared on Channel 4’s The Jump in 2017, Celebrity Great British Bake Off in 2018 and earlier this year she was on Celebrity Gogglebox.

DJ Locksmith

Rudimental's Locksmith will also be joining this year's I'm A Celeb line up as stand in celeb.

However he has still gone into isolation and will be on hand if a celeb pulls out of the show.

DJ Locksmith previously appeared on Celebrity SAS, so surviving the castle should be a piece of cake for him.

The 34-year-old, who's real name Leon Rolle, is best known for being a member of UK dance four-piece Rudimental which originated from Hackney in London.

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