Picture Credit: ITV
Picture Credit: ITV

ITV has announced the official line-up for this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and boy, is it an exciting bunch battling it out for the title this year!

Good Morning Britain presenter Richard Madeley is set to appear on the show alongside the likes of former Strictly Come Dancing judge Dame Arlene Phillips, producer Naughty Boy and, The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge.

Richard, 65, admitted he couldn't turn down the chance to appear on the series.

He said: "I slept on the offer and when I woke up the next day, I found myself feeling really excited that I was going to say yes. My children think it is hilarious I am taking part!"

Other contestants on the upcoming series include Louise Minchin, gold medal Olympian Matty Lee, DJ Snoochie Shy, Paralympian Kadeena Cox, footballer David Ginola and Emmerdale actor Danny Miller.

I'm A Celeb will once again be staged in Wales this year due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions in Australia, where the programme is usually based.

Louise, 53, can't wait to test herself on the show.

She said: "Going on I'm a Celebrity is a big adventure. It is very different to sitting on the BBC Breakfast sofa and it will be scary and daunting but it will also be lots of fun."

Gwrych Castle in north Wales has been undergoing renovations in recent weeks ahead of the new series, which will be hosted by Ant and Dec.

Frankie explained that she's set to face her fears on the show.

She shared: "I think people will be surprised to see me doing I'm A Celebrity and I am scared of most things, but I really want to push myself...

"I'm scared of rats, I am a fussy eater and I have a bit of a phobia of ketchup, so a pint of penis terrifies me! Any of the eating challenges will be my idea of hell..."

Though EastEnders icon Adam Woodyatt and Coronation Street star Simon Gregson weren't revealed as part of the line-up, they are expected to join the other 10 celebrities later on in the competition.

The new series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! starts Sunday, November 21st 2021, on ITV.

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