Despite the show not kicking off until mid-November, I’m a Celebrity.. Get Me out of Here! has already been a hot topic of conversation the past few months.
Ant, who divorced estranged wife Lisa Armstrong, 41, this year, revealed he’d be taking a break from his presenting duties at the start of 2018, following his drink-driving crash.
He was banned from driving for 20 months and given a £86k fine.
As excitement builds for this year’s series, the rumour-mill has been going into overdrive about which celebs would be heading Down Under.
Today, the Mirror revealed the names of three stars who will reportedly be venturing to the Australian Bush.
Legendary footie manager Harry Redknapp will be facing the creepy crawlies, according to the publication.
Harry, 71, who is dad to Jamie Redknapp, 45, and uncle to Frank Lampard, 40, has enjoyed a glittering football managing career.
He has headed up clubs including: West Ham United, Portsmouth Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.
A source told the publication about Harry potentially joining the show: “Harry is never anything less than good value. He’s had a long, interesting career and knows a lot of famous people. He’ll be fun to watch.”
The Chase’s Anne Hegarty, 60, is also reported to be entering the jungle.
Quiz champ Anne, who holds the nickname “The Governess” on the popular game show, often visits Australia and appears on the show’s Aussie counterpart.
Corrie star Sair Khan, 30, is also reported to be braving the Bushtucker Trials.
The stunning star who plays Alya Nazir in Britain’s longest-running soap has found herself at the centre of one of this year’s most controversial stories.
She managed to take the Underworld knicker factory from Carla Connor (Alison King) after her half-brother Aidan Connor (Shayne Ward) left it to Alya in his will.
A spokesman for I’m a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here! said: “Any names suggested for I’m a Celebrity are just speculation.”