ITV’s New All-Stars Version About I am a famous person – set in South Africa – here.
Arriving on April 24, I am a famous person… South Africa See some of the featured contestants from the past return to the series to take on a new set of challenges.
Carol Vorderman, Shaun Ryder and former royal butler Paul Burell are among the faces that will be competing in this series.
ITV has promised that the new location will offer “bigger” and “harder” challenges in a “harsh and unforgiving” environment.
Among the contestants was former British cricketer Phil Tufnell, who first appeared on the show two decades ago.
Tufnell, 56, is known as the captain on the BBC game show A question about sportsstarted his career as a cricketer.
A left-handed slow pitcher, he played for both England and Middlesex County Cricket Club from 1986 to 2002.
He quickly became a sports personality after his retirement, appearing on a variety of television shows including Celebrity deal or no deal, Chase And Seriously come to dance.
His arrival in South Africa marks his second time taking part I Am A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! after winning the show’s second season in 2003.
He competed in the seventh series of Seriously come to dance in 2009, in partnership with Katya Wirshilas. The couple was eliminated at week nine.
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Open up about his time on I am a famous person Previously, Tufnell said Radio Times: “The eating challenge is the hardest, especially if you’re encountering witch larvae or crawling cows that are still moving.”
“Eating living things is the hardest thing for me. My advice is to eat dead things,” he said.
“To boost morale, use teamwork. You have to feed the camp, so you feel like Tarzan – a hunter-gatherer, bringing home bacon.”
I’m a celebrity…. South Africa begins April 24 at 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX.