Meet the 2024 I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! contestants

Who’s entering the jungle this year?

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia is set to return to our screens for its 10th season.

But this year marks the first time without Dr Chris Brown as co-host; he left Channel Ten altogether last year.

Replacing him and joining Julia Morris is none other than Robert Irwin.

Obviously, we’ve all watched Robert grow up and can’t wait for him to further follow in his late dad Steve Irwin’s footsteps and present a television show…

I'm A Celeb contestants - hosts robert irwin and julia morris

But ahead of the new I’m A Celeb season, which premieres on March 24, 2024, we’re also excited to see which celebrities will brave the jungle this year.

Read on to see all the I’m A Celeb contestants Channel Ten have announced so far as well as all of the clues they’ve dropped!

The 2024 I’m A Celeb contestants:

Brittany Hockley

Brittany is officially heading to the jungle this year. Speaking about the announcement, the radio presenter and podcaster spoke of how nervous she was to enter the jungle.

“Not sure I’ve ever been overwhelmed with so many feelings before,” she said.

“I’m excited, nervous, petrified, anxious and super pumped all at once! And somehow, I’m already hungry!! Lessssssgo [sic].”

The clue Channel Ten originally gave for Brittany was ‘a radio queen’.

Peter Daicos

Joining I’m A Celeb this season is ‘AFL legend’ Peter Daicos. His 549-goal, 15-year career earned him entry into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 1999 and, since retiring from the game, has become a highly sought-after speaker and presenter. 

Frankie Muniz

Malcom in the Middle star Frankie Muniz has been announced as the latest celebrity to enter the jungle. Best known for his starring role as the titular Malcolm, earning him two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy Award nomination, he went on to star in a handful of popular movies like Big Fat Liar, and Agent Cody Banks.

The clue Channel Ten originally gave for Frankie was a ‘former Hollywood child star’, but since his days on screen he made the switch to become an open-wheel racing driver and was the drummer of indie rock group Kingsfoil.

Ellie Cole

The ‘gold medalist’ is retired Paralympic swimmer and wheelchair basketball player, Ellie Cole. Retiring in 2022, she is the most decorated Australian female Paralympian of all time and has received an OAM for her “significant service to sport as an advocate for diversity and inclusion”.

Stephen K Amos

The ‘International comedian “loved by the royals”‘ is British stand-up, Stephen K Amos. He has performed as a comedian for over 20 years, making many appearances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival, along with television and radio shows.

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Skye Wheatley

Skye Wheatley first rose to fame as a contestant on the 2014 season of Big Brother, and is now ‘a mega influencer’ with an Instagram following of over 600,000.

Candice Warner

Retired ironwoman Candice Warner has entered the jungle. The glamorous sports star was most recently a contender on SAS Australia in 2020.

Tristan MacManus

Irish TV presenter and professional ballroom dancer Tristan MacManus has joined the I’m A Celeb camp for 2024. He is currently a reporter for the A-League, and previously co-hosted Studio 10, and appeared on Dancing with the Stars as both a professional dancer, and judge.

Michelle Bridges

Australian personal trainer and author Michelle Bridges has joined I’m A Celeb. She is most well known for her time as a trainer on Biggest Loser Australia.

Callum Hole

Described by Channel 10 as a ‘bad boy TV love rat’, Callum Hole from Love Island Australia has arrived at camp for this season of I’m A Celeb Australia.

Khanh Ong

Having competed on Masterchef and Survivor, celebrity chef Khanh Ong is giving the African jungle a go.

Denise Drysdale

Australian entertainment icon Denise Drysdale, is the first intruder to join the celebrities in the jungle. Over a career spanning five decades, Denise has appeared on some of Australia’s most iconic TV shows including Hey Hey It’s Saturday, Young Talent Time, Spicks and Specks, The Norman Gunston Show, Countdown, Celebrity Squares, Division Four, In Melbourne Tonight, her own daily talk show, Denise, Beauty and The Beast, The Circle, and most recently Studio 10.

In both 1975 and 1976 Denise won the TV Week Gold Logie for Most Popular Female Personality. She also won the Silver Logie for Most Popular Female Personality in both of those years.

The 2023 I’m A Celeb contestants:

Last year, the I’m A Celeb contestants were Liz Ellis, Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Debra Lawrance, Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson, Peter Helliar, Nick Cummins, Adam Cooney, Anna Polyviou, Harry Garside, Aesha Scott, Nathan Henry, Woody Whitelaw, Domenica Calarco, Bianca Hunt and Anna Polyviou.

Ultimately, Liz won and earned her selected charity Share the Dignity $100,000.

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