ITV2 has announced that Laura Whitmore, Joe Swash and Russell Kane will host the next series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here Now!
Presenter Laura Whitmore, best known for presenting on MTV Europe, will return to ITV2 after she previously hosted the Teenage Cancer Trust concerts on the channel.
Laura said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ family. I can’t wait to get stuck into jungle life, though I will try my best to avoid all those creepy crawlies. I’m really looking forward to getting into all sorts of mischief and mayhem with Joe and Russell. The excitement level is officially off the scale!”
Former King of The Jungle and Eastenders actor, Joe Swash, will know first hand what its like to survive in the harsh conditions of the camp whilst taking on those dreaded Bush Tucker Trials.
“I’m really chuffed to be part of the team again this year and I can’t wait to be reunited with Russell again and this year we’ve got sexy newbie Laura joining us – now all we need to know is the line up!”
And Russell Kane will be on hand to give his view on all the jungle antics. He’ll explore the viewers’ forums, tweets and Facebook comments to see what the fans really think.
Russell said: “I’m as stoked as a Victorian fireplace to be going back jungle-side. Sharing a portacabin with Joe: what’s not to love. and as for Whitmore… Phwoar!
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here starts next month on ITV1 and ITV2.
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