Everything you need to know about I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2024 hosts

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Wildlife warrior Robert Irwin will be packing his bags for South Africa to join Julia Morris.

Having left Network 10 for rival Network SevenDr Chris Brown left a vet-sized hole in the hosting lineup of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!.

After months of speculation followed, Network 10 announced that wildlife warrior Robert Irwin would be packing his bags for South Africa to join the Jungle Queen, Julia Morris, as co-host for the 10th season of the show.

Robert Irwin

Robert Irwin – a passionate conservationist, zookeeper, photographer, presenter, and son of Steve Irwin – will swap Australia Zoo for the wilds of Africa to run the latest crop of celebrities through their paces.

Earlier this week, Irwin was named Australia’s most popular broadcast personality in the Australian Talent Index’s 2024 Top Talent Report – before the show has even aired.

Irwin, a relative newcomer to Aussie screens, took out the top broadcast talent spot, eclipsing the last report’s winner – comedian and TV personality Hamish Blake – in his debut appearance on the list.

Alongside his top broadcast position, Irwin was also voted number one broadcast talent by women and was considered the celebrity who gives the most back to the community, according to the Index. 

I’m A Celeb executive producer Tamara Simoneau told Mediaweek that Irwin brings truckloads of energy to everything that he does.

“The press tour he’s been doing with Julia, his energy just springs off the screen, and he is just who he appears to be,” she said.

“I feel Australia really knows him, and knows he isn’t faking his sincerity or personality. Having him on board is exciting because it makes the whole show feel like it’s got this first-series energy around it.”

See Also: How Robert Irwin is making his mark on the new season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Julia Morris 

Julia Morris has co-hosted the show with Dr Chris Brown for the past nine years, and staying alongside Irwin in 2024. She has hosted I’m A Celeb since its inception in 2015, and is a well known comedian outside of the show,

Julia first appeared on Aussie TV when she was 17, singing on the talent show New Faces, before starring in comedy sketch show Full Frontal, talk show In Melbourne Tonight and comedy panel show, Beauty and the Beast.

The 2023 grand finale of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! saw Liz Ellis crowned Queen of the Jungle, with Harry Garside coming in second, and Aesha Scott third. 562,000 watched the end, peaking at 592,000 for the winner’s announcement. 

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