I’m A Celebrity 2021 full line up – BBC Breakfast star to oldest-ever contestant

I’m A Celebrity 2021 full line up – BBC Breakfast star to oldest-ever contestant

11/09/2021

The line-up for the latest series of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! has seemingly been leaked.

Fans are excited by the line-up, which contains a BBC Breakfast star as well as the oldest ever contestant to take part.

The celebs are going back to the castle in Wales, where Giovanna Fletcher was crowned in 2020.

The show has become a hallmark of popular British television and TV pair Ant and Dec will be delighting viewers with more jokes and fun antics.

The show cannot yet return to its traditional home of Australia due to coronavirus restrictions, but last year's home in a Welsh castle proved to be a useful alternative

So who is believed to be taking part this year?

Simon Gregson

Simon Gregson, 47, first appeared on beloved ITV programme Coronation Street in 1989 – and he's been on there ever since, often leaving fans in stitches.

Thanks to his part as Steve McDonald, he has won three significant acting awards. He won a Legends of industry Award in 2017 for TV acting.

He is a father of three with his wife Emma Gleaver.

Frankie Bridge

Frankie Bridge is the wife of former I'm A Celeb contestant and footballer Wayne Bridge. The two married in 201 and have two sons.

She is best known for singing as part of girl group The Saturdays, alongside the likes of Una Healy and Rochelle Humes.

Bridge has spoken out about her battle with depression which came about in part due to difficulty struggling to keep up with her career.

She previously said: "I was constantly crying and telling my partner that I didn't really want to be here anymore."

After checking into a mental health hospital, Bridge began to mend herself and wrote a book Open: Why Asking for Help Can Save Your Life, in the hope that others will speak about their problems.

Danny Miller

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Danny Miller is best known for playing Aaron Dingle in Emmerdale.

The 30-year-old , from Stockport, will be leaving behind his fiancée Steph Jones and baby boy Albert.

Speaking to OK! magazine about finding out Steph was pregnant, Danny said: "We were filming the barn explosion storyline. When I saw how many times she had rang me I had a feeling. I thought, either she’s pregnant or something serious is going on."

Adam Woodyatt

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For many, Adam Woodyatt will be the most recognisable face on this list.

He is best known for his work as long-running EastEnders character Ian Beale, playing the character since 1985 on and off.

Thankfully, Woodyatt's own life has not been nearly as chaotic as his troubled character Ian – who has dealt with divorces, deaths of his kids, countless marriages and even homelessness.

Louise Minchin

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Louise Minchin recently bid an emotional goodbye to BBC Breakfast after first appearing on the show in 2001.

She took the decision as she wished to spend more time with her family and focus on other projects.

"This has been a decision a long time in coming. It involved lots of in depth discussion with friends and family," she said.

"My children are pleased for us as a family I think, because I always used to say to them, 'Oh, do you remember before I did BBC Breakfast?'"

David Ginola

The silky-skilled Davd Ginola has been known in the UK for some time, playing football for the likes of Newcastle, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and a brief spell with Everton.

The 54-year-old Frenchman is also known for his charm and good looks.

More recently, he has been a keen advocate of teaching CPR, after collapsing due to cardiac arrest in 2016.

Richard Madeley

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TV's real-life Alan Partridge, the presenter is hugely popular among certain views for his often brash style and no-nonsense talking.

Madeley married frequent co-presenter Judy Finnigan and they had their own show, Richard & Judy from 2001 to 2009.

He has since moved to Good Morning Britain as a relief presenter since 2017.

He is rumoured to have agreed to a £200,000 deal to appear on the show.

Kadeena Cox

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Kadeena Cox is a TV presenter and British parasport athlete.

The hugely talented Cox has gold medals from the 2016 Rio Paralympics in the T38 400m and a track cycling gold as well.

She won two more golds on the Cycling track in Tokyo earlier this year.

Earlier this year, she was also crowned the winner of Celebrity MasterChef 2021.

Matty Lee

Matty Lee is an Olympic gold medalist for diving, winning alongside diving partner Tom Daley in Tokyo earlier this year.

Upon winning his lifelong dream, Matty said to the BBC: "It's crazy. I don't understand what happened. To be able to share my first Olympics with Tom and get a gold, it's special."

The 23-year-old Leeds lad is sure to provide a bit of eye-candy for viewers.

Naughty Boy

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Naughty Boy, 36, is a music producer from Watford.

He has worked with the likes of Beyonce, Emeli Sande and Sam Smith, and released his debut album, Hotel Cabana, in 2013, which reached number 2 on the UK albums chart.

The song La La La reach number 1 in the UK, featuring Sam Smith.

He's also been involved in a few public feuds with the likes of Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson.

Snoochie Shy

Snoochie Shy is a model, brand ambassador, DJ and presenter.

The Radio 1 Extra host is also married to rapper Big Shaq. They married in 2018.

She is also friends with TV presenter Jeremy Vine. With Vine 56 years old and Snoochie Shy 29, people have often been confused over their friendship.

The two appeared together on Celebrity Gogglebox.

Her real name is Cheyenne Davide.

Arlene Phillips

At 78, Arlene Phillips will be the show's oldest ever contestant, beating winner Harry Redknapp who took part at the age of 77.

She is a theatre director and former dancer who became best known as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing, from which she was dropped in 2009, replaced by Alesha Dixon.

The renowned choreographer met her partner, Ion, on the set of the music video for a Freddie Mercury song.

I'm A Celebrity kicks off on November 21 on ITV

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