Although the jungle – or castle – ordeal is still a few months away, the gossip mill is already churning. Is it possible that these well-known people will appear on I’m a Celebrity… I Have to Get Out of Here! What year will it be in 2021?
Even though summer has just begun, the I’m A Celebrity I Have to Get Out of Here! are undoubtedly plotting who celebrities will appear in the 2021 series.
Carole Baskin, Maya Jama, Richard Arnold, and Jade Thirlwall have all been projected to enter the jungle this year – or the Welsh Castle, depending on where I’m A Celebrity 2021 will be filmed.
Read on for the prospective stars in the I’m A Celebrity 2021 line-up, including Good Morning Britain favorites, soap icons, and even a BRIT Award-winning pop star, some of whom have spoken out and stated their interest in appearing on the show.
We’re still a long way from learning the identities of any of the 2021 campmates, but speculation is already rife about who might be joining them.
Jade Thirlwall of Little Mix would have been a great name for camp if she had signed up for I’m A Celeb.
“I’ll try anything once me,” Jade told Amanda Holden and Jamie Theakston on Heart FM, referring to her appearances on Celebrity Bake Off and a Comic Relief hike up Kilimanjaro. I’ll take a shot at it.
Last year’s I’m A Celebrity wasn’t quite the same as this year’s, which was shot in a Welsh castle.
The show has always been filmed in New South Wales, Australia, and celebrities have tented out at Springbrook National Park in Murwillumbah since its inception in 2002.
ITV managers, however, told The Sun that the debut of 2020 I’m A Celeb season in Wales saw a record-breaking amount of viewers and that they’re considering alternating the series between Gwrych Castle in Wales and Springbrook National Park in Australia.
That means that should the COVID-19 restrictions are eased, the show will be recorded in Australia this year.
When the stars fail to recognize one other during the opening episodes of I’m a Celeb each year, it’s one of the most amusing moments of the show.
On Sunday night, it happened once more. Abbie Chatfield had no idea who Ash Williams was, but the comic was quick to avenge her when he asked, “You’re not working here?” “Are you a contestant?”
He knew EXACTLY who she was, and only a few seconds later, he admitted that after she featured on The Bachelor, he tried to “slip into her DM’s.”
In response to her Insta message, he wrote, “I believe you saw it.” “It said seen.'” But it’s all right.”
Grant Denyer looked to have no knowledge who Abbie was, and a number of the celebrities had no idea who Jess Eva was either.
An Extremely Different Season
This season of I’m a Celeb is a little different than the previous six. Due to the pandemic, the show was pre-recorded in late 2020 and filmed in Australia (near Murwillumbah, NSW) rather than South Africa. The celebs are vying for a chance to win $100,000 for their charity of choice.