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I'm A Celebrity All Stars: The full line-up with Helen Flanagan, Georgia Toffolo and Myleene Klass


Helen Flanagan, Georgia Toffolo, and Myleene Klass are tipped to lead the famous faces that have signed up for the upcoming I’m A Celebrity All Stars series. 

They will reportedly be joined by Joe Swash, Carol Vorderman, Gillian McKeith, Phil Tufnell, Amir Khan, Paul Burrell, Jordan Banjo, Andrew Whyment, Dean Gaffney and Shaun Ryder with Janice Dickinson and Fatima Whitbread completing the line-up. 

The new spin-off series is set to hit TV screens in 2023 and will see fan favourites battle it out in the jungle once more, with presenters Ant and Dec having confirmed that they are currently filming in South Africa. 

Coming soon: Helen Flanagan (pictured), Georgia Toffolo, and Myleene Klass are tipped to lead the famous faces that have signed up for the upcoming I'm A Celebrity All Stars series

Coming soon: Helen Flanagan (pictured), Georgia Toffolo, and Myleene Klass are tipped to lead the famous faces that have signed up for the upcoming I’m A Celebrity All Stars series

According to The Sun, viewers will see a group of 15 soap stars, reality TV personalities and sporting icons enter the camp. 

A source said to the publication: ‘It’s a different format to Australia, who knows when and where celebrities will enter camp, literally anything could happen.

‘It’s not clear how many will start in camp or how many will be there by the end when one is crowned King or Queen of the jungle, possibly for a second time.

‘It’s the best of I’m A Celebrity, quite literally, but there’s some twists and surprises along the way for viewers and campers so it’s not going to be as straightforward as they might think.’

MailOnline has contacted ITV for comment. 

Wow: The Coronation Street actress, 32, entertained viewers when she appeared on the show in 2012 - and it is claimed she is taking part in the spin-off  (Helen pictured in 2012)

Wow: The Coronation Street actress, 32, entertained viewers when she appeared on the show in 2012 – and it is claimed she is taking part in the spin-off  (Helen pictured in 2012)

Iconic: 2006 saw the birth of an I'm A Celebrity staple - the bikini shower scene - as Myleene Klass made headlines, she has reportedly signed up for the upcoming series

Iconic: 2006 saw the birth of an I’m A Celebrity staple – the bikini shower scene – as Myleene Klass made headlines, she has reportedly signed up for the upcoming series 

Helen Flanagan 

Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan, 32, entertained viewers when she appeared on the show in 2012 – and it is claimed she is taking part in the spin-off 10 years after first taking part. 

Helen reportedly annoyed producers and even hosts Ant and Dec by quitting numerous challenges without even giving them a try, causing tension in the camp as the celebrities went without food for nearly 10 days. 

Myleene Klass 

Myleene Klass has reportedly signed up for the upcoming I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here spin-off show – 16 years after her original stint on the programme.

2006 saw the birth of an I’m A Celebrity staple – the bikini shower scene – as the singer made headlines with her incredible white two-piece as she cleaned herself under the jungle shower. 

She's back: Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo was crowned Queen of the jungle in 2017 and has allegedly flown to South Africa to begin filming (Pictured in 2017)

She’s back: Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo was crowned Queen of the jungle in 2017 and has allegedly flown to South Africa to begin filming (Pictured in 2017)

Georgia Toffolo 

Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo was crowned Queen of the jungle in 2017 and has allegedly flown to South Africa to begin filming. 

The reality TV star was famed for striking up a firm friendship with former Prime Minister Boris Johnsons dad, Stanley during her stint Down Under. 

Toff did coyly confess she had a soft spot for older politicians, saying: ‘I have always said I do have a thing for older politicians before I came in here… and can confirm that is still standing!’ 

Exciting: Joe Swah, who won the ITV series in 2008 and later presented the spin-off show for ten years, now has a chance to reclaim his crown 14 years later

Exciting: Joe Swah, who won the ITV series in 2008 and later presented the spin-off show for ten years, now has a chance to reclaim his crown 14 years later

In the jungle: Carol Vorderman is set to return after entertaining viewers with her flirty banter and jungle showers during the 2016 series

In the jungle: Carol Vorderman is set to return after entertaining viewers with her flirty banter and jungle showers during the 2016 series

Joe Swash

It is reported that former King of the jungle Joe Swash, who also used to host the hit spin-off show for the series, has flown to South Africa to take part.  

The ex EastEnders actor won the ITV series in 2008 and later presented the spin-off show for ten years, and his wife Stacey Solomon has teased that he is currently away from home filming for a new job. 

Carol Vorderman 

Carol Vorderman came eight in place during 2016’s series lasting 18 days in the Australian jungle alongside winner Scarlett Moffatt and is set for her return. 

The former Countdown host entertained viewers with her flirty banter and jungle showers during the 2016 series.

What happened? I'm A Celebrity 2010 is remembered for one thing and one thing only: the moment Gillian McKeith fainted on live television - will she keep it together for All Stars?

What happened? I’m A Celebrity 2010 is remembered for one thing and one thing only: the moment Gillian McKeith fainted on live television – will she keep it together for All Stars? 

Gillian McKeith

Viewers delighted in watching Gillian McKeith scream with terror as she faced trial after trial after trial, bringing back barely any food which led to rising tensions in the camp back in 2010. 

It’s has since been disputed down the years whether Gillian’s faint was real, but fans might be able to decide for themselves as Gillian makes a return for All Stars.

Andy Whyment

Coronation Street star Andy Whyment is reportedly heading back into the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! camp for the upcoming spin-off show.

The actor, 41, who plays Kirk Sutherland on the ITV soap, finished in second place in 2019 behind winner Jacqueline Jossa, 29.

Screen star: Coronation Street star Andy Whyment is reportedly heading back into the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! camp for the upcoming spin-off show (pictured in 2019)

Screen star: Coronation Street star Andy Whyment is reportedly heading back into the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! camp for the upcoming spin-off show (pictured in 2019)

Winner: Question of Sport star Phil Tufnell was crowned as King of the Jungle back in 2003, beating footballer Josh Fashanu and designer Linda Barker to the coveted title

Winner: Question of Sport star Phil Tufnell was crowned as King of the Jungle back in 2003, beating footballer Josh Fashanu and designer Linda Barker to the coveted title

Phil Tufnell 

Phil Tufnell has reportedly signed up for the show – 19 years after he was originally crowned King of the Jungle. 

Question of Sport star Phil was crowned as King of the Jungle back in 2003, beating footballer Josh Fashanu and designer Linda Barker to the coveted title.

Phil is said to be attempting to seize the crown for a second time as he is reportedly due to go up against other former winners and fan favourites.

Amir Khan

Amir who starred on the hit show in 2017 said taking part in the series was ‘one of the best things’ he ever did.

The former boxer, 35, proved to be a favourite amongst the viewer’s as he screamed with fear at the sight of creepy crawlies and secretly ate all the strawberries instead of sharing with his campmates. 

Hilarious: Royal butler Paul Burrell, who was a confidante of Princess Diana's, first appeared on the show in 2004 - will reportedly make his return for the upcoming South African edition

Hilarious: Royal butler Paul Burrell, who was a confidante of Princess Diana’s, first appeared on the show in 2004 – will reportedly make his return for the upcoming South African edition

Paul Burrell 

Royal butler Paul Burrell, who was a confidante of Princess Diana’s, first appeared on the show in 2004 – being famed as one of the standout contestants – will reportedly make his return for the upcoming South African edition. 

With an array of animated facial expressions and bush-tucker screams, the now 63-year-old made it all the way to be the Series Four Runner Up, losing out to comedian Joe Pasquale. 

Trials: Producers are hoping that Diversity star Jordan Banjo will bring plenty of banter and lots of energy to the show in 2023 (Jordan pictured on the show in 2016)

Trials: Producers are hoping that Diversity star Jordan Banjo will bring plenty of banter and lots of energy to the show in 2023 (Jordan pictured on the show in 2016)

Jordan Banjo

BGT winner Jordan Banjo landed in 9th place in the hit series in 2016 that was eventually won by Scarlett Moffat.

Producers are hoping that the Diversity star will bring plenty of banter and lots of energy to the show. 

Dean Gaffney    

Dean Gaffney, 44, who is best known for playing Robbie Jackson in Albert Square since 1993, has also reportedly signed a deal to return to the hit jungle show. 

The EastEnders icon, who lost out on the crown to Busted star Matt Willis in 2006, was famed for his reactions as he screamed his way through challenges. 

Amazing: Dean Gaffney, 44, who is best known for playing Robbie Jackson in Albert Square since 1993, has also reportedly signed a deal to return to the hit jungle show

Amazing: Dean Gaffney, 44, who is best known for playing Robbie Jackson in Albert Square since 1993, has also reportedly signed a deal to return to the hit jungle show

He's back! Happy Monday's star Shaun Ryder expressed his interest at returning to camp after landing himself in second place during 2010's series

He’s back! Happy Monday’s star Shaun Ryder expressed his interest at returning to camp after landing himself in second place during 2010’s series

Shaun Ryder 

Shaun Ryder expressed his interest at returning to camp after landing himself in second place during 2010’s series. 

The Happy Monday’s star butted heads with his campmate Alison Hammond and even threatened to leave but managed to power through and hang on until the final. 

Janice Dickinson

Janice Dickinson was amongst fan favourites coming in second place during 2007’s series, despite being branded ‘vile’ by her fellow campmates. 

The model’s feisty attitude as well as her impressive skills during the often stomach-churning tasks in the Australian jungle won over viewers. 

Janice Dickinson was amongst fan favourites coming in second place during 2007's series, despite being branded 'vile' by her fellow campmates but will make a return

Janice Dickinson was amongst fan favourites coming in second place during 2007’s series, despite being branded ‘vile’ by her fellow campmates but will make a return 

Brave: Finally, Fatima Whitbread entered the jungle in 2011, and came in third place, she will reportedly join in the All Stars series

Brave: Finally, Fatima Whitbread entered the jungle in 2011, and came in third place, she will reportedly join in the All Stars series 

Fatima Whitbread 

Fatima Whitbread entered the jungle in 2011, and came in third place, with viewers crowing McFly’s Dougie Poynter the winner. 

The sportswoman, unfortunately got a cockroach up her nose while taking part in a challenge on the show and decided to keep the creature after it was retrieved. 

Earlier this week, Ant and Dec wrote on Twitter: ‘South Africaaaaaaa! That’s right, we’re filming a very special version of I’m A Celebrity in South Africa which is coming to your tellies in 2023.’

Describing it as the ‘worst kept secret in telly’, Dec continues: ‘We can confirm that we’re doing a very special series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! In South Africa!

‘It’s going to be your favourite celebrities from the last 20 years who are going back in to do it one more time.’

Earlier this week, Ant and Dec wrote on Twitter: 'South Africaaaaaaa! That's right, we're filming a very special version of I'm A Celebrity in South Africa which is coming to your tellies in 2023'

Earlier this week, Ant and Dec wrote on Twitter: ‘South Africaaaaaaa! That’s right, we’re filming a very special version of I’m A Celebrity in South Africa which is coming to your tellies in 2023’ 

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