Two new celebrities have packed their bags and are ready to live in the jungle for three weeks.
Former X Factor contestant Jake Quickenden and MP Edwina Currie are the two late arrivals into camp.
The 24-year-old former X Factor finalist Jake Quickenden was spotted a few days ago in Australia having lunch out with a friend, knowing that in a few days he’ll be entering jungle life for a few weeks with limited supplies of food.
MP Edwina Currie is also entering the jungle along with Jake, despite making a dig at Conservative MP Nadine Dorries two years ago for taking part in the same reality TV show, that she has now signed up for.
The two celebrities will join Croc Creek Camp, that also hosts ‘home’ for the current series celebs, including former footballer Jimmy Bullard, Melanie Sykes, Tinchy Stryder, Michael Buerk, motorbike racer Carl Fogarty and actress Vicki Michelle.
Check out the GLAM shots below of the late arrivals:
I’m a Celebrity returns tomorrow (20th November) on ITV at 9pm.