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I'm Leading 2018 Fame: Has the line been dropped as stars reach Australia? | TV and Radio Showbiz and TV


I'm famous … Get Out of Here 2018 returns to screens on Sunday 18 November on ITV at 9pm. The first episode will see at least 10 celebrities going to the jungle, with a surprising star ending on a launching night and two secret mysteries joining the series.

The official line was not revealed but the stars start to arrive in Brisbane, Australia before they go down Dan. This is the one who has been seen so far.

Nick Knowles

DIOS presenter SOS Nick Knowles was seen this morning (Monday, November 12) arriving at Brisbane Airport.

The Sun reported last month that a six-figure sum was offered to appear on the show.

Speaking to Lorraine in October, Knowles admits that he would never "never say" to go on My Celebration.

He said: "In fact it would be pretty fun to do because of all the trials, we'll be pretty fancy to be offered on that."

East Fleur

Fleur East Singer was spotted at Brisbane Airport over the weekend.

It was the first star of the stunning line to land in Brisbane.

She was second on the 2015 X-Factor, losing to Ben Haenow. I 'm best remembered to perform "Uptown Funk" on X Factor.

His version to number one on UK iTunes that forced Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars to submit their highly successful single release date by five weeks.

East went on to release his single Sax name that made him to number three in UK charts.


Malique Thompson Dwyer

Joining Fflur over the weekend was the actor Hollyoaks, Malique Thompson-Dwyer.

The school arrived at the age of 20 on Sunday, November 11 and is best known for playing Prince Mcqueen on the soap.

Harry Redknapp

It was seen that Tottenham's former football manager arrived at Brisbane Airport yesterday.

Speaking to The Mirror, the 71-year-old said: "Why would I do it? It would be an adventure that would not, on my stage of life."

This article will be updated as more stars arrive in Australia.


Who's going on I'm a celebrity 2018?

The ITV has not confirmed the official line but that has not given up the rumors that have circulated over the last month. Here's a quick look at who's down Down Under.

Emily Atack

Atack is best known for playing Charlotte Hinchcliffe at The Inbetweeners.

According to The Sun, the 28-year-old is "tired of making indie movies and she wants a lot of talented talented talent".

Rita Simons

Rita Simons is well-known for playing Roxy Mitchell in EastEnders, who was killed two years ago.


James McVey

Vamps guitarist, 24-year-old James McVey has signed up to go Down Under.

An interior told The Sun: "James is sure to be excited with seamless shower scenes and although he has a love, producers still hope for jungle romance."

Anne Hegarty

Anne Hegarty is known to be "Governess" on the quiz show, The Chase.

Sair Khan

Khan played Alya Nazir at Coronation Street. has contacted ITV for comments.

I'm famous … Get Me Out of Here starts at 9pm on Sunday, November 18

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