Politician Nigel Farage and social media sensation Nella Rose are among this year’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here campmates.
Britney Spears’ sister Jamie Lynn and This Morning presenter Josie Gibson will also be at the event.
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will cheer on the celebrities as they battle it out to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle.
The ITV program will return to broadcast on Sunday, November 19.
Here is the complete list of contestants:
Grace Dent may have found the food at camp below her usual standards, as a MasterChef guest judge and restaurant critic for the Guardian.
Dent wrote in 2012 that I’m a Celebrity was “a childish venture into starvation, televised constipation and animal cruelty” but admitted that “I watch all the time”.
The food critic, who has also written books and hosted her own podcast, said she was worried about what she would be given to eat in the camp, and was “especially afraid of being really hungry” because she was used to eating four or five meals a day. out a week.
The former Ukip and Brexit Party leader will follow in the footsteps of his political colleague last year, former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who was publicly selected to take part in the Bushtucker trials.
Farage recently confirmed he was considering a bid for the show, commenting that it was “quite a big decision and an unusual thing for me to do”.
Speaking before his appearance, he said he wanted to show people he was not “mean-spirited, narrow-minded and evil”.
He said: “I hope the people who hate me will hate me less afterwards. But this is just a gamble.”
Josie Gibson is best known as one of the presenters of ITV’s daytime show This Morning, and is familiar to fans of the programme.
She appeared alongside former presenter Holly Willoughby on Willoughby’s first show following the departure of her co-host Phillip Schofield.
Gibson first gained fame as the winner of Big Brother in 2010, where he proved popular with the show’s viewers.
Asked if she wanted to be crowned Queen of the Jungle, Josie said her main goal was to push herself to win as many stars as possible for her campmates.
Former EastEnders actress Danielle Harold is best known for playing Lola Pearce-Brown, a character who died of a brain tumour. Harold received much praise for his performance, and went on to win the award for serial drama performance at this year’s National Television Awards.
The actress revealed she was a newcomer to camping – and her first experience “didn’t go so well”. He also hopes his former EastEnders stars don’t pick him to do any trials.
“They’ll be happy to know I’m doing this,” he said.
Marvin Humes began his career on talent show The X Factor in 2008, finishing second as part of boyband JLS.
The group went on to achieve major chart success, with five number one hit singles including Beat Again. The band is currently on a greatest hits tour.
Humes has acted in Holby City, and appeared on ITV’s This Morning and BBC One’s The Hit List with his wife Rochelle, who was a member of girl band The Saturdays.
She said I’m A Celeb had been on her bucket list for years and she jumped at the chance to appear on the program when producers approached her this year.