I’m A Celebrity South Africa first look at stars arrive in camp

ITV has released the first look at the stars in the South African jungle for the upcoming All Stars season of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

In the images, former supermodel Janice Dickinson, 68, is seen pre-camp looking glamorous in a loose blue wrap-front blouse, silver hoop earrings, hot pink lipstick and chic shades atop her sleek, long brunette locks.

However, another picture shows her transformation to an I'm A Celeb campmate, as she dons a simple red top, her tresses styled in a low ponytail, and all the make-up wiped off her face.

Speaking about why she was back for the season, Janice, who is said to have already suffered from a terrifying head injury on the set, said: "I'm back for more fun and friendship and to get on with everyone. You never know what'll jump up and bite you."

Meanwhile, another sees Fatima Whitbread looking relaxed with a massive smile on her face as she relaxes on her camp bed.

"I learnt a lot about myself last time. There will be some life-size characters and life-size egos in South Africa, too," the Olympian said ahead of her second appearance on the show.

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, located in South Africa's Kruger National Park and will once again see Ant and Dec as presenters, will begin on Monday 24 April and run for three weeks on weekdays until early May.

Other contestants gearing up to enter the jungle include Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan, former Countdown legend Carol Vorderman, and boxer Amir Khan. The line-up also includes Jordan Banjo, Eurovision singer Shaun Ryder, and Princess Diana's former butler Paul Burrell.

Meanwhile, ITV also released a recent first look at the I'm A Celebrity camp, which sees massive trees overlooking the camp, large log seating areas, and several teepee-style open beds.

There is also a glimpse at what appears to be either a camp shower or a changing area, with a wet stone floor for celebrities to stand in their bikinis and swimsuits each day. In previous years, campmates have used proper waterfalls in front of stone walls for their washing facilities.

Campmates will be told to assign themselves their chores upon arrival, with cooking, cleaning the long drop, camp maintenance, washing up, and wood drop all listed.

This is the first time bosses have taken the show to South Africa, and fans are already excited for the spin-off to get underway.

The new edition was pre-recorded some time ago, so all the celebrities already know what happens in the series.


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