I’m A Celebrity: Three celebs ‘CONFIRMED’ for this year’s series THREE stars have reportedly been conifirmed as campmates for I’m A Celebrity 2018

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is set to return to ITV next month for a brand new series for 2018.

Plenty of stars have been rumoured for the line-up but it appears as if the first three campmates have been confirmed. According to reports, Harry Redknapp, The Chase’s Anne Hegerty and Coronation Street actress Sair Khan have all signed up for the jungle.

Football manager Harry, who’s father to Jamie Redknapp, has previously admitted that he would struggle on the show without his wife Sandra, saying: “I wouldn’t cope. I’m useless. She treats me like a baby. She does everything. I can’t cook, I can’t make a coffee, I can’t do nothing.”

However a source has now told The Mirror that the 71 year old has been convinced, revealing: “Harry is never anything less than good value. He’s had a long, interesting career and knows a lot of famous people. He’ll be fun to watch.”

Meanwhile Sair, who has played Alya Nazir on Corrie since 2014, is reportedly set to follow in the footsteps of her co-star Jennie McAlpine who appeared on the series last year.

The Fiz Brown actress come fourth place on the 2017 series, which was eventually won by Made In Chelsea favourite Georgia Toffolo. Anne, also known as The Governess on The Chase, has been described as a “natural choice” for ITV bosses. The TV personality is no stranger to Australia as she stars on the The Chase’s Down Under version, as well as the UK series.

While the I’m A Celebrity line-up won’t be revealed until nearer the start date, celebrities like Nick Knowles, Shayne Ward and Kieran Hayler have all been tipped for the cast.

This year’s series will be hosted by Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby, who’s temporarily filling in for regular presenter Ant McPartlin. Meanwhile I’m A Celebrity’s sister show, Extra Camp, will once again be fronted by Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett and Joe Swash.

Source: ok.co.uk

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