I'M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE is set to get back on screens a bit earlier than usual in 2022.
This year, we will witness the first-ever winter World Cup, so I'm A Celeb producers have decided to move the show to avoid clashes with the global football celebration.
When is I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2022 on ITV?
The reality show will be premiering on ITV from Australia on Sunday, November 6, 2022.
The series has been brought forward so it doesn't clash with the World Cup games and viewers can enjoy watching both.
The Qatar 2022 World Cup begins on Monday, November 21, 2022, with the final taking place on Sunday, December 18, 2022.
I'm A Celeb is set to return to Australia for the first time since 2019, which viewers were eager to see once again.
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Since the fourth season, the jungle show has premiered in November before reaching its conclusion in December.
A source had told The Sun: "Two of ITV's biggest juggernauts – not just of the season but the whole year – are I'm A Celeb and its international football coverage.
"So it makes sense to keep them apart, and as the World Cup isn't going to budge, it makes sense to move Ant and Dec.
"The last thing anyone wants is for viewers to have to choose between the latest from the jungle and a big game."
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A source previously explained to us: "At the moment nothing has been confirmed – but whatever ITV do will be in the best interests of viewers."
Who is rumoured to be in the cast of I'm A Celeb 2022?
Just like every year, the speculation around who will be taking part in the Bushtucker trials has already begun.
And with the show returning to Australia it's even more of a draw for the big names.
Some of the most popular names rumoured to enter the show are:
- Lioness and Euro 2022 Champion Jill Scott
- First ever royal contestant Mike Tindall
- Corrie star Sue Cleaver
- Radio star Chris Moyles
- Loose Women presenter Charlene White
- Comedian Babatunde Aleshe
- Comedian Seann Walsh
- Former Love Island contestant Olivia Attwood
- Culture Club popstar Boy George
- Olympic gold medal winner Tom Daley
- Hollyoaks' Owen Warner
- Footballer Adebayo Akinfenwa
- Premier League referee Mike Dean
- Actress Laila Rouass
- EastEnders' Natalie Cassidy
In February 2022, The Sun revealed that EastEnders' Danny Dyer was the number one target for ITV bosses.
Sky Bet also have the the cockney actor's daughter Dani Dyer as a potential camper, with odds at 9/1.
The Great British Bake Off champion and TV chef Nadiya Hussain is also rumoured to be a potential camper, after admitting to previously turning down an appearance in the 2020 series.
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After telling Lorraine Kelly she would love to join the jungle, RuPaul's Drag Race season one winner – The Vivienne – is also a topic of speculation among fans.
Sky betting odd's names also include – Peter Crouch, LadBaby's Mark Ian Hoyle, Piers Morgan, Jesy Nelson and former Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins.
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