New I’m A Celebrity 2021 contestants Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson have been announced.
The two new famous faces set to enter the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! castle have been revealed as ADAM WOODYATT and Simon Gregson.
Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson, both from the soap industry, are the latest celebrities to be invited to the I’m A Celebrity castle.
Richard Madeley and Louise Minchin would soon have two new campmates in the form of EastEnders and Coronation Street stars, it was revealed to ITV viewers at the end of Wednesday’s episode.
The ten original I’m A Celebrity stars are now living in peace, thanks to the integration of The Clink campmates into Main Camp.
For the first few days, David Ginola, Naughty Boy, Arlene Phillips, Richard Madeley, and Danny Miller were relegated to The Clink, where they were forced to live in deplorable conditions.
On the other hand, Louise Minchin, Snoochie Shy, Kadeena Cox, Matty Lee, and Frankie Bridge had been enjoying the relative comforts of Main Camp, but now all ten will be welcoming Adam and Simon to the show.
Their arrival at the castle was teased at the end of Wednesday’s episode, and their first moments in camp will air on Thursday evening.
After Ant and Dec announced that they’d be facing the next trial together, fans got their first glimpse of Adam and Simon in their introduction packages.
“My name is Adam Woodyatt, and I’m probably best known for living in Albert Square for 37 years and playing Ian Beale,” he said.
“Snakes, nah,” the soap legend continued, shaking off his fears.
No rats, no rats, no rats, no rats, no rats, no rats, no rats, no rats, no
Adam chuckled, “I’m going to be about as useful as a chocolate teapot.”
“I’m Simon Gregson, and people will probably know me best for playing Steve McDonald in Coronation Street,” he said.
“It’ll be nice to show people that there’s no difference between Steve McDonald and me (laughs).”
“I’m starting to get really frightened now about what actually might be there,” the Corrie star admitted.
“I’m not great with spiders,” he admitted, though he did point out one positive aspect of the show.
“It’s great that it’s in Wales; I have a caravan in Anglesea, so I’ll just say, ‘I’ll climb over that wall, I’m done,'” Simon said.
It didn’t take long after they were introduced as new campmates.
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