With less than four days until the nation is transported to a jungle somewhere in Australia, we have decided to have a brief look into the people that will be joining Ant and Dec down under, as cult ITV show I’m a Celebrity Get Me out of Here kicks off at 9pm on Sunday.
Who will you be putting your money on to be King/Queen of the Jungle for 2014?
His actual name is Kwasi Danquah.
Tinchy was part of South London rap collective Roll Deep from 2002 until 2005, leaving to form his own crew, Ruff Squad.
He released four solo albums between 2006 and 2012 with singles landing inside the top five European Charts.
Nadia Forde is an actress , model, singer and television personality.
She has a song called ‘BMP’ which she performed at Brighton Pride UK which was also her UK debut performance.
Nadia dated Irish professional golfer Rory Mcllroy a couple of month after he called off his wedding to Danish tennis player Caroline Wozniacki earlier this year. But the pair ‘apparently’ decided to be just friends.
Forde starred in the TV Documentary ‘Nadia goes to Hollywood.’ Which she discussed her personal life on after originally deciding she wasn’t going to put any personal stuff to it.
Before fame Gemma went to the Sylvia Young Theatre school when she was a child and starred in a production of The Sound Of Music.
The ‘TOWIE’ star took part in the celebrity diving show Splash but was beaten on the diving board by Michaela Strachen.
Collins also did a nude shoot for heat in 2011.
Before fame Kendra played soft ball and worked as a secretary in a dentist office in San Diego before being discovered by the ultimate Playboy, Hugh Hefner.
Kendra almost died of a cocaine overdose. She started using cocaine at the age of 13 and two years later checked herself in to a mental hospital.
Carl Fogarty sometimes known as Foggy, is the most successful world super bike racer of all time in terms of the number of championships and number of races won.
Before fame he competed in his first super bike World Championship but did not finish. He won a total of 59 races on top of four world cuper bike championships during his career.
His greatest success came with the Ducati team. He was awarded on an MBE in 1998’s New Years Honours List.