including Boy George and Royal Family member

including Boy George and Royal Family member

Updated: 1 month, 23 hours, 26 minutes, 26 seconds ago

The line-up for the upcoming series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! has been revealed, as reported by the Mirror. This year’s famous faces heading Down Under include the likes of Boy George and Chris Moyles, along with nine other high-profile names.

This 2022's show will see history made as Mike Tindall enters the jungle - becoming the first ever royal to do so. Also set to challenge themselves in the latest batch of Bushtucker Trials are Love Island’s Olivia Attwood, Hollyoaks star Owen Warner, Gogglebox’s Babatunde Aleshe and Loose Woman Charlene White.

As well as Coronation Street’s Sue Cleaver, comedian Seann Walsh, Lioness Jill Scott and presenter Scarlette Douglas, who complete the star-studded line-up. The confirmation of this year’s contestants comes after hosts Ant and Dec released a teaser on social media of them reacting to the booking of each star.

READ MORE: Chris Moyles confirmed as first I'm A Celeb 2022 star as he arrives in Australia

Due to the 2022 World Cup, this year’s show has been scheduled to premiere at the earlier date of Sunday, November 6, at 9pm with a 105 minute special.

Check out the full 2022 I’m a Celebrity line-up below:

Boy George

Boy George attending the National Television Awards 2022 held at the OVO Arena Wembley

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Boy George’s signature to take part in I’m a Celeb is likely to have been sought after by ITV bosses for many years. The 61-year-old singer-songwriter is believed to have secured the highest pay cheque in the show’s history.

An ITV source reportedly told how this signing is “beyond exciting” for the channel. Producers are also said to be in “no doubt” he will “draw in viewers” due to his global notoriety.

The Culture Club star is also said to be “hugely popular” in Australia, making him the “perfect addition” as the show heads back Down Under.

Mike Tindall

Mike Tindall with his arms crossed

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Although becoming the first ever royal to take part in the show, it’s been predicted that his pay packet won’t eclipse Boy George’s. PR expert Daniel Hughes, founder of ThisGeneration, told the Mirror: "Mike would be a huge coup for I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.

"Not only is he a former rugby star with a bunch of anecdotes from his time on the pitch, he's a member of the Royal Family. He'll likely stay exceptionally loyal to The Firm during his time on the show but that won't stop viewers tuning in each night to see if he shares any juicy stories about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle."

Explaining the former rugby star’s possible salary, one TV insider said: "Although Mike is a royal with a huge appeal, Boy George is a global pop star with dedicated fans across the globe. I would expect Mike to receive between £500,000 to £700,000 to appear on the show - certainly a healthy pay packet."

Chris Moyles

Chris Moyles in a car

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Chris Moyles was the first confirmed star to be taking part in this year's series. The 48-year-old radio DJ was in a joking mood as he got into a waiting car at Brisbane Airport.

"It should be nice, fingers crossed anyway," he said. Quizzed if he was scared of things in the jungle like snakes and spiders he joked: "There's lots of everything in this country, like sport and beer and I am not scared of sport of beer. So I think I will be alright."

He then added: "I have absolutely no idea what my family and friends would think of me doing a show like I'm A Celebrity. I have never asked them. But I think they would be much more nervous about me doing Antiques Roadshow."

Jill Scott

England footballer Jill Scott

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Latching onto the hype created by the England Lionesses during the summer, when the team proved victorious in the Euros, midfielder Jill Scott was an understandable choice. Upon being asked whether the Euros final or the jungle would be more nerve-wracking, she said: "That is a very good question but I don't think anything will test my nerves as much as that final.

"I have never really been confronted by snakes and spiders in England so I don't know how I will react to them, apart from a spider in the bath every now and then." The 35-year-old went viral during the final after appearing to aim a number of expletives at Germany's Sydney Lohmann.

“I've never had an interview where they haven't mentioned that! I am not proud of that swearing and I don't usually swear so I like to think that wouldn't happen again,” she continued. "I have been doing a lot of random stuff but coaching is what I want to do eventually. I am just going to enjoy this time and enjoy life."

Babatunde Aleshe

Babatunde Aleshe dressed all in black with a hand on his sunglasses

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Swapping the Celebrity Gogglebox for the Aussie jungle is 36-year-old Babatunde Aleshe. The comedian’s stint alongside Mo Gilligan on the Channel 4 show impressed TV bosses and made him a suitable signing.

Before breaking through in the world of comedy, Babatunde actually appeared on BBC’s EastEnders as a nurse called Sam, who cared for Tanya Branning during her cancer battle.

Olivia Attwood

Olivia Attwood wearing glasses

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Love Island alumnus Olivia Attwood, who appeared on the dating show in 2017, has already landed in Australia ahead of becoming the first islander to appear on I’m a Celeb. ITV have opted to break the previous ban imposed on Love Islanders entering the jungle.

Speaking as she arrived Down Under, Olivia admitted she will miss her footballer fiancé Bradley Dack and expressed concerns over how the other campmates will tolerate her. “I am scared of me, in terms of how long the other campmates can tolerate me,” she confessed.

“I will get myself in trouble somehow, the usual."

Scarlette Douglas

Scarlette Douglas on A Place in the Sun

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A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette Douglas has recently undergone somewhat of a career change. The 35-year-old travel show presenter quit the hosting job after seven years to focus on a new property series for Channel 4, Worst House on the Street, alongside her brother Stuart Douglas.

Seann Walsh

Seann Walsh attending the ITV Palooza 2019 at the Royal Festival Hall

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Notorious for being wrapped up in the Strictly Come Dancing curse in 2018, when he was caught sharing a kiss with then-married partner Katya Jones, Seann Walsh’s career suffered after the scandal. However, four years on and the marital kiss could turn out to boost his bank balance, as the stand-up comedian is set for a lucrative stint on I'm a Celebrity.

During the long days in the jungle, it is hoped the funnyman could open up. A source previously told The Sun: "Seann is an incredible signing for I'm A Celebrity and it’s a real coup for ITV.

“His snog with Katya is the biggest scandal to have ever hit Strictly. People still talk about it. Life in the jungle is boring and those long hours around the campfire would be the perfect time for Seann to get talking. He can’t shy away from it either as he’s best known for that snog. It’s unlikely his campmates won’t bring it up."

Charlene White

Loose Women star Charlene White smiling with a bag over her shoulder

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Charlene, 42, is best known for presenting ITV News and has also been an anchor on Loose Women since 2021. "I don't really like creepy crawlies so I don't imagine it was a show I would ever do to be honest,” she said.

“And I am not particularly outdoorsy so I don't know how that would work. I don't camp, I stopped going to girl guides because they kept making me camp so I definitely don't camp."

Owen Warner

Owen Warner smiling as he arrives at at Brisbane Airport

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The 23-year-old soap star, known for playing Romeo Nightingale in Hollyoaks since 2018, landed in Brisbane Airport and was visibly excited to be heading into the ITV show. He said: "I'm scared of all sorts of things to be fair.

“Snakes aren't a bit of me, I don't know why I have come to Australia! Snakes and spiders everywhere here. I don't mind a bit of camping. When the weather is nice camping is great but when it is raining and cold it is not so cold."

Sue Cleaver

Sue Cleaver walking through Brisbane Airport

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Long-standing Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver, who has played no-nonsense Eileen Grimshaw for over two decades, follows a long list of Cobbles icons to have appeared on the show down the years. She will hope to follow in the footsteps of fellow Corrie actor Andy Whyment, who became a firm fan favourite in 2019, finishing second.

Fellow colleague Simon Gregson - who plays Steve McDonald - made it to the final on last year's show, which was based in Wales' Gwrych Castle.