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Revealed: I'm A Celebrity 2015 line-up entering the jungle... and it's a good one

Published 10/11/2015

Top from left: Tony Hadley, Yvette Fielding, Chris Eubank, Jorgie Porter, George Shelley, (bottom from left) Kieron Dyer, Lady Colin Campbell, Duncan Bannatyne, Brian Friedman and Susannah Constantine, who have been revealed as the contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015. Pic PA
Top from left: Tony Hadley, Yvette Fielding, Chris Eubank, Jorgie Porter, George Shelley, (bottom from left) Kieron Dyer, Lady Colin Campbell, Duncan Bannatyne, Brian Friedman and Susannah Constantine, who have been revealed as the contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015. Pic PA
Jorgie Porter, of Hollyoaks fame, will be joining the other celebrities in the jungle. She was pulled in last minute after former Hollyoaks star Steph Davis was ditched due to a severe nut allergy. The star told The Sun that she is "kind of single", so perhaps she will find love Down Under.
Jungle ready: Jorgie Porter.
The rumours were true - Chris Eubank will indeed be joining the rest of the contestants in the jungle. The boxing champ is sure to be a firm favourite with his quirky sense of humour and interesting philosophies on life. He's believed to be this year’s biggest signing - apparently ITV paid £200,000 to get him on board.
Chris Eubank.
Susannah Constantine - half of the Trinny and Susannah fashion duo is entering the jungle. It's rumoured that she, like Eubank, was offered £200k to join the show. It’s also alleged she decided to join the show in a bid to reboot her TV career.
Susannah Constantine.
Brian Friedman is returning to The X Factor
Brian Friedman.
Another reality TV veteran, George Shelley rose to fame on The X Factor in boyband Union J. They finished fourth in the show, but that didn't stop him gaining a host of committed female fans. It also didn't stop the band being quite successful - they have had two Top Ten hits.
Undated handout photo issued by ITV of George Shelley, who has been revealed as one of the contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 10, 2015. Also among the 10-strong line-up is fashion guru Susannah Constantine, Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley, TV personality Yvette Fielding, and X Factor choreographer Brian Friedman. See PA story SHOWBIZ Celebrity. Photo credit should read: ITV/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.
Duncan Bannatyne will be entering the jungle. He quit Dragon's Den after 10 years this year so is ready for pastures (or jungles!) new. The 66-year-old will doubtless be sad to leave his 35-year-old girlfriend behind as he joins the show.
Duncan Bannatyne.
Lady Colin Campbell.
This one wasn't such a surprise. Most Haunted star Yvette Fielding was using the #ImACeleb hashtag on some misguided, and hastily deleted, tweets. She is best known for presenting Blue Peter and still holds the record for the show’s youngest presenter aged just 19.
Yvette Fielding.
Tony Hadley.
Ex-England midfielder Kieron Dyer has been confirmed as an 'I'm A Celeb' contestant. The former Newcastle star is unlikely to have a jungle romance - he got married last year.
Kieron Dyer.

The line-up for this year's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! has been revealed.

The final line-up includes a host of reality and TV stars, a boxer and an infamous socialite.

Click through the gallery to find out who will be entering the jungle on Sunday.

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