I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! begins casting


It’s the reality series that puts celebrities through grueling challenges and cringe-worthy tucker trials in the South African jungle. 

And now Channel Ten’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! are believed to have begun their search for next season’s contestants.

Recent reports in Sydney Confidential suggest they’ve had an influx of expressions of interests for join in on the unflattering and often unsavory tasks.

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Welcome to the jungle? I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! begins celebrity casting for 2018 season with Hugh Sheridan hinted to make an appearance

Welcome to the jungle? I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! begins celebrity casting for 2018 season with Hugh Sheridan hinted to make an appearance

Welcome to the jungle? I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! begins celebrity casting for 2018 season with Hugh Sheridan hinted to make an appearance

A source apparently told the publication ‘a string of social climbers are harassing the network for a place in the jungle’. 

The source claimed a number of Bachelor rejects are already fighting for a spot to stay in the spotlight.

Host Julia Morris’ TV co-stars from House Husbands could also be on the short list, including Hugh Sheridan and Gary Sweet.

Following Julia from one show to another? Host Julia Morris' TV co-stars from House Husbands could also be on the short list, including Hugh Sheridan (pictured) and Gary Sweet

Following Julia from one show to another? Host Julia Morris' TV co-stars from House Husbands could also be on the short list, including Hugh Sheridan (pictured) and Gary Sweet

Following Julia from one show to another? Host Julia Morris’ TV co-stars from House Husbands could also be on the short list, including Hugh Sheridan (pictured) and Gary Sweet

'It would be pretty fascinating to do': Earlier this month, actress Jessica Marais, who appears in hit TV shows Love Child and The Wrong Girl, admitted she'd be open to entering the jungle

'It would be pretty fascinating to do': Earlier this month, actress Jessica Marais, who appears in hit TV shows Love Child and The Wrong Girl, admitted she'd be open to entering the jungle

‘It would be pretty fascinating to do’: Earlier this month, actress Jessica Marais, who appears in hit TV shows Love Child and The Wrong Girl, admitted she’d be open to entering the jungle

Earlier this month, actress Jessica Marais, who appears in hit TV shows Love Child and The Wrong Girl, admitted she’d be open to entering the jungle.

The 32-year-old actress told The Sunday Telegraph she would ‘never say never’ to appearing on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!.

‘I am interested in who human beings are and human behaviour and I think that it would be pretty fascinating to do,’ Jessica said of the reality series.

Jungle buddies! This year saw 14 celebrities brave the jungle, including singers, models, radio stars, comedians, former footballers and reality stars

Jungle buddies! This year saw 14 celebrities brave the jungle, including singers, models, radio stars, comedians, former footballers and reality stars

Jungle buddies! This year saw 14 celebrities brave the jungle, including singers, models, radio stars, comedians, former footballers and reality stars

This year saw 14 celebrities brave the jungle, including singers, models, radio stars, comedians, former footballers and reality stars.

Singer Casey Donovan won the 2017 season, donating her $100,000 prize money to charity Starlight Foundation.

The former Australian Idol winner has since gone on to release more music and appear in advertisements.

Singer Casey Donovan won the 2017 season, donating her $100,000 prize money to charity Starlight Foundation

Singer Casey Donovan won the 2017 season, donating her $100,000 prize money to charity Starlight Foundation

Singer Casey Donovan won the 2017 season, donating her $100,000 prize money to charity Starlight Foundation





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