Returning: I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here

TEN has confirmed I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here will again debut against the Australian Open Men’s Final, screening at 7:30pm Sunday January 28.

This is one night before My Kitchen Rules and Married at First Sight return.

TEN has also hinted at another celeb clue (rumoured to be Nick Kyrgios):

A tennis star will be heading into the jungle for the highly-anticipated fourth season of the family entertainment sensation I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, broadcasting live from South Africa five nights a week.

Rumours are also tipping Anthony Mundine and Danny Green as sporting rivals.

Network Ten Head of Entertainment and Factual Programming, Stephen Tate, said: “Chris and Julia cannot wait to unveil the stellar cast we have assembled this year. We are confident that season four of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will deliver all the laughs and surprises you have come to expect from this family favourite annual event.”

The thrilling fourth season is set to deliver more must-see television moments, challenges and Tucker Trials, with an eclectic assortment of celebrities already confirmed to join Dr Chris and Julia in the jungle. They include:

· An iconic Australian comedian
· An AFL champion
· An Australian actor
· A stand-up queen
· A television star
· A pop sensation
· A tennis star

11 Comments:

  1. Again they persist with Julia Morris. Can’t they find an actress or presenter with talent. Another year of having to fast forward her fawning all over Chris.

  2. harrypotter1994

    No way will it be Kyrgios. He is looking to win grand slams and important tournaments not go into the jungle. Way more likely to be Bernard Tomic or a retired star e.g. Mark Philippoussis.

  3. I initially thought I wouldn’t watch if Tomic is on it, but the thought of seeing him dropped in elephant dung is very appealing.
    One thing though, won’t he be too busy counting his millions ?

  4. My guesses
    · An iconic Australian comedian – Glenn Robbins
    · An AFL champion – Jason Akermanis
    · An Australian actor – Kevin Harrington
    · A stand-up queen – Denise Scott or Fiona O’Loughlin
    · A television star – Fran from The Nanny
    · A pop sensation – Paulini
    · A tennis star – Bernard Tomic

    • Last year on the night, Seven’s main channel alone got over 50% share and 2.7m in 5 city alone. And that didn’t have an Aussie. Last Aussie was Hewitt in 2005 with a record 4.02m 5 city!!! So it’s a tough night for any rival network. Good on Ten I say, they still got over 1 million for premiere episode last year.

  5. Have to admit l love this show and its a pity its up against MKR. I don’t watch MKR as it all about the bitch and it gets repetitive. Their casting is all about contrasts in characters. I hope Celebrity does much better this year.

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