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I’m A Celeb Late Arrivals Revealed

2020 cast
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Every year, we see 10 celebrities head to the jungle, with two late arrivals joining around a week in. While some things have changed, like the fact the celebs are now in a Welsh Castle, the late arrivals format has remained the same. Two new faces will be joining the likes of Vernon Kay, Mo Farah and Shane Richie. Oh, and there could be some more surprises in store as well!

Ruthie Henshall is the first late arrival joining the celebs. It is rumoured that Henshall will get a £75,000 fee for appearing on the show. The West End legend and former Dancing on Ice judge is also set to spill the beans on some royal secrets. Ruthie Henshall once dated Prince Harry, so we are sure the other celebs will pick her brain on that one!

Ruthie
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The other celebrity joining this years line up is Russell Watson, celebrating his 20 years of showbiz. Watson will be receiving a huge £100,000 fee for heading to the Welsh Castle. The opera singer was intended to join the line up a number of years ago, but his near-fatal brain tumour pushed any sort of plans back. We’re excited to see how they both cope under the pressure!

Russell
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Are we going to see past cast members back?

Now it is also heavily rumoured that to mark the 20th season of I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, there will be some surprise appearances heading to Wales. While it seems an All-Star series would not be possible, some of our favourites could be back once more. Former winners Vicky Pattison and Charlie Brooks are said to be isolating to take part in the new series. Joey Essex is also said to be appearing on this year’s show. Sources have suggested that ITV have a ‘trick or two up their sleeve’. Who would be your favourite famous face to return? Surely a Katie Price and Peter Andre reunion should be on the cards!

Vicky from IAC
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