I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! Line up revealed!

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  • Katie Price and a handful of Z-listers to be sent to the celebrity jungle - and the arguments have started already...

    The roll-call of celebrities names to enter the I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! jungle for the ninth time has just been released. Drum roll please:

    Katie Price aka Jordan

    Ex Page 3 girl Sam Fox

    DIY experts Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan

    Ex Eastenders actress Lucy Benjamin

    Mis-Teeq singer Sabrina Washington

    Stictly Come Dancing dancer Camilla Dallerup

    How Clean is Your House star Kim Woodburn

    Snooker star Jimmy White

    Actor George Hamilton

    Chef Gino D’Acampo

    Ex-Hollyoaks star Stuart Manning


    The most exciting name is Katie Price who is the only celebrity to enter the jungle for the second time – after a massive pay-out of £350,000 – a £100,000 less than she demanded.

    But the trouble has kicked off already, with celebrity contestants furious over her massive fee.

    It’s been reported that the other stars are only being paid £60,000 each, except for American actor George Hamilton, who is believed to have secured a better deal.

    A source close to one of the jungle contestants, who’s asked not to be named, has said, ‘This really is taking the Mick. We were pushing for more cash but we were told things were tight this year. Now we know why!’

    Of course, this is all water off a duck’s back for Katie, who’s just flown in to LA for some pre-jungle Botox, £500 hair extensions and to appear on the Chelsea Lately chat show, she Tweeted: ‘Just got to LA…doing Chelsea Lately tomorrow and Botox with Lisa and Gary! Then some shopping!’

    Katie, 31, decided to go back to the show to try to mend her profile after the bitter public battles she’s had with ex-husband Peter Andre, who she met on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! in 2004.

    Will you be watching the jungle drama and campfire spats?


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