Two late arrivals named to join I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here list for new series in Wales
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I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2020 Sunday Night With a Bunch of Famous Faces millions of us set to stick to our screens.
However, camp buddies may soon be larger, with two late arrivals. Their identities have already been revealed, after they were spotted along with the rest of the group during a photo session on the show.
This year’s I’m A Celebrity List includes the likes of Shane Ritchie, Beverly Callard and Mo Farah, but two contestants have been missing, which was confirmed by hosts Ant and December on the TV special A Jungle Story last week.. Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshal, although they were spotted on the photo call.
West End legend, ex-Chicago lady and ex-ice dancing lady Ruthie is said to be in line for £ 75,000 for her work on the show.
An insider claimed that Ruthie is a particularly sexy signature for « I’m a Celebrity » as viewers will want to know if she reveals any gossip about her relationship with Prince Edward..
Opera singer Russell is believed to be paid £ 100,000 to appear in the new series. He’s celebrating 20 years in entertainment this year, with big rumors popping up on the show after he fought a near-fatal brain tumor in 2007..
The I’m A Celebrity numbers could swell even more if the speculation is believed this week after it was reported that former winners Charlie Brooks and Vicky Pattison were in isolation in preparation for the new series, alongside 2013 contestant Joey Essex..
A source told The Sun: “ITV producers love having a trick or two up their sleeve.
« What better way to celebrate the show’s 20 series than to get some stars from last year to participate in some way? »
I’m a celebrity. . . Get Me Out of Here !, Russell Watson
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