Instead of falling under the competition, along with hosts Ant and Dec, will travel to Gwrych Castle in Abergele, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A host of famous names would take part in a fight to be crowned the very first king or queen of the castle.
We’ve seen names including Corrie star Jack P Shepherd and Jenny Ryan from The Chase and even Bear Grylls linked to the show.
But the bookies have added a few more names and now there’s a new favorite to join this year’s camp.
Here, North Wales Live takes a look at the latest campmates and signings confirmed so far:
AJ is said to be in talks to join the line-up after leaving Strictly Come Dancing.
And according to the bookies, he has the best chance of winning a place in the lineup with odds of 1/10 – making him the current favorite.
According to The Mirror, he would be keen to prove himself as a brave and “tough” man after four years of wearing sparkly outfits at the dance show.
Earlier this year, he brought up rumors he might be on the show.
Opening on Channel 4’s The Steph Show, the professional dancer didn’t deny the rumors and instead insisted that viewers were going to be in for a treat due to his irrational fear of spiders and all that is scary.
When asked if he was really “in talks” to join the legendary jungle, AJ expressed his fears when it comes to participating in Bush Tucker’s disgusting trails.
He said to Steph McGovern, “Well let me put it like that, I just cleaned the attic because my mom has a chores to do list. The amount of spiders up there, I was screaming my head. So if something like that happened it would be hilarious – that’s for sure! “.
Mark Hoyle – LadBaby
YouTube star Mark Hoyle, who has kept fans entertained with his parenting blog LadBaby, is also in a great rush to get to the castle.
The Nottinghamshire web personality is best known for his videos around his experiences as a father and for his novelty singles alongside his wife Roxanne – We Built This City and Christmas No 1 single I Love Sausage Rolls.
Oddschecker gave him a 1/4 rating for being a campmate – but the father feels he was not approached by ITV.
Speaking to Nottinghamshire Live, Mark Hoyle, who lives with his wife Rox and two sons Phoenix and Kobe in Hemel Hempstead, revealed that the spooky new destination wouldn’t bother him at all and that he would likely get a kick out of it to detach from other nervous competitors. .
He said: “I’ve seen the bookies, the bookies have had me at number one for a long time and I keep thinking that means they’re going to ring. But no, there hasn’t been any contact yet.
“I like the idea that it’s in a haunted castle. I think I would rather be the king of the castle than the king of the jungle. If they call me and they are interested, of course I would think about it but I have to wait for them, the ball is in their court. ”
The former Eastenders actress has reportedly been in talks with the bosses of I’m A Celebrity in recent weeks.
However, a TV insider claimed that the bosses of the BBC Strictly Come Dancing were keen to get Tamzin on their show.
The source told The Sun, “It’s Tamzin’s debut but she’s someone the producers discussed going to Oz in the fall – and she told her friends she wasn’t participating. 100% to Strictly. ”
Currently Tamzin is the third common favorite to travel to Gwrych Castle for I’m A Celeb with a rating of 1/3
The former professional boxer is another name in a hurry to enter the camp this year.
The Mancunian would not be the first boxer to join the camp, Amir Khan having played in the 2017 series.
Bookies have Ricky at odds of 1/3 to join this year’s show.
In a 2017 Talk Radio interview, the world champion boxer admitted that he had previously been invited to appear on I’m A Celebrity.
However, he revealed at the time that he was not enthusiastic. However, things may have changed in the last three years of course!
Footballer Paul Merson could also join the show.
The former England player could follow in Ian Wright and Harry Redknapp’s footsteps, insiders say.
An insider told The Sun: “Paul is really keen on relaunching his TV career and thinks this is the best way to do it after seeing what it has done for his mate Harry Redknapp, but he needs it to be worth it. worth it. negotiate for an exceptional price. ”
According to Oddchecker, he has a rating of 1/3 to enter the castle.
Chase’s favorite, Mark Labbett, could follow in co-star Anne Hegerty’s footsteps and step into the jungle / castle.
The 55-year-old, nicknamed The Beast on the ITV quiz show, has made no secret of the fact that he would love to be on the show.
In fact, he even joked that he could eat his camp mates.
He told the Mirror earlier this year: “I’m going to do it, it’s just a matter of when. I’m not kidding guys, cannibalism might be on the cards.
“I’d be so hungry and a tiny pipsqueak ruins the food challenge and say, ‘Oh, that’s okay, we’re gonna have a day,’ and I’ll watch them say ‘Oh, there’s a few steaks to this. subject “. My dad was a butcher so I know how to make a joint.
Mark and his wife Katie, 28, recently announced that they are separating after their open marriage breaks down.
The Beast has a 4/6 rating to be a 2020 Campmate.
Love Island’s Amy Hart is also scheduled to perform this year.
It looks like her dreams may finally come true after Bombshell pleaded with TV bosses to hire her for the Jungle Show last year.
Amy might even be lucky enough to find a lasting love affair on TV after her failed attempts at Love Island and Celebs Go Dating.
Oddschecker gave it a rating of 1/1.
Tiger King star Carole Baskin has reportedly been offered a lot of money to join the ITV show.
Carole became a household name in March after the release of Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness – and the I’m A Celeb bosses are said to be desperate to capitalize on the documentary’s success to include the star in the new lineup.
You can get 11/10 odds of her appearing in the 2020 I’m A Celebrity series!
ITV boss Kevin Lygo has confirmed that the I’m A Celebrity line-up… Get me out of here! 2020 is officially over.
He admitted he was concerned the stars would pull out of the show after it was announced that it was filming in the UK – but after months of negotiations Mr Lygo says the nominee quota is full and it is “Excited” by the new. series set in North Wales.
Mr Lygo said the producers have found an “amazing place” in Gwrych that “looks like the perfect place”.
The 19th century estate has been described by Lygo as a “castle designed by Walt Disney” which “crumbles”.