I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! cryptic post teases new show Here is the list of contestants.
GET ME OUT OF HERE, I’M A CELEBRITY! As the countdown to autumn begins, it’s already making a stir on the gossip circuit. Fans believe model Imogen Thomas will be attending the Welsh castle this year after she hinted on social media that she might be there.
The iconic ITV programme, hosted by Ant and Dec, is expected to begin later this year, but I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, which typically takes place in the Australian jungle but is returning to Gwrych Castle for a second year owing to COVID-19, is set to begin later this year. Fans are already guessing on who might compete. Model Imogen Thomas recently responded to a fan’s question on Instagram regarding her joining up for the 2021 series, and her response has gotten a lot of attention.
On Instagram, the 38-year-old responded to a query from one of her 281,000 fans.
Someone questioned her about the show, writing, “I heard you’re going to the jungle… true?”
” In an ambiguous reaction, the former Big Brother participant just replied with seven prayer emojis, implying that she hopes to appear on the show.
Imogen was crowned Miss Wales in 2003, and three years later she featured on Big Brother’s seventh series.
She was evicted on day 86, and since then, she has worked as a glamour model for Channel 4.
Aside from that, she has appeared in a number of Big Brother spin-off shows, including Big Brother’s Little Brother and Big Brother’s Big Mouth.
She also co-presented T4 with her other housemates.
She had a cameo appearance in the Welsh soap series Pobol y Cwm, and she was back on the big screen once more.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here is returning to #GwrychCastle, and we’re quite excited about it! #ImACeleb https://t.co/tdMNj0Zp4u pic.twitter.com/RbfWkZqMnZ
Last year, the performance went to Wales in order to continue despite international travel restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The series was a hit, and Giovanna Fletcher, a 36-year-old author and actress, was named queen.
Jordan North, a radio personality, was voted as by the public. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”