I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2024: Meet the cast

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Robert Irwin and Julia Morris are rolling out the red carpet.

Robert Irwin and Julia Morris are rolling out the red carpet, and dusting off the creepy crawlies. They’re ready to welcome the new crew of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! celebs as they make their way into their jungle home.

Taking on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2024:

Frankie Muniz

Frankie is best known for his starring role as Malcolm in Malcolm in the Middle, earning him two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy Award nomination. He went on to star in a handful of movies like Big Fat Liar, Racking Stripes, Deuces Wild and Agent Cody Banks. After an extensive career in front of the camera, Frankie made the switch to become an open-wheel racing driver and was the drummer of indie rock group Kingsfoil from 2012 to 2014.

Brittany Hockley

One of Australia’s most popular podcasters, authors and presenters, Brittany Hockley launched Life Uncut with bestie Laura Byrne. The award-winning podcast then inspired the duo to publish a book, host a national Saturday morning radio show on KIIS FM and the pair now host, The Pick Up, with Mitch Churi.

Peter Daicos

AFL Legend Peter Daicos’ 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.

Stephen K. Amos

Hailing from London, Stephen K. Amos has been a staple on the British stand-up comedy circuit. He has had a stand up show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe every year since 2003, has made several appearances at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and performed at the 2007 Royal Variety Performance. On TV, he has been a guest on shows such as Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week, The Wright Stuff, and And Then You Die.

Ellie Cole

Ellie Cole is Australia’s most decorated female Paralympic athlete. She holds a record-breaking 17 Paralympic medals and an OAM, and was the flagbearer at the Tokyo 2020 Closing Ceremony.

Candice Warner

As a former Champion Ironwoman, Candice Warner was the youngest ever competitor to turn professional at 14 years old. Her list of accolades includes three World Championship gold medals and 60 state championship medals (36 of these being gold and two NSW board titles). She has won the ‘Queen of Nelson Mandela Bay’ in South Africa, the 2013 NSW Ironwoman Championship and has won 20 Australian Championship medals.

Skye Wheatley

Skye Wheatley is an influencer and finished third in season 11 of Big Brother Australia.

Tristan MacManus

Dancer and actor from Ireland, Tristan MacManus has partnered with the likes of Pamela Anderson, Valerie Harper, and Gladys Knight on multiple seasons of the US version of Dancing with the Stars and British counterpart Strictly Come Dancing.

In 2019 and 2020, Tristan became an official judge on Dancing with The Stars Australia on Network 10. In 2020, MacManus took to the couch alongside Sarah Harris as host of Studio 10. 

Michelle Bridges 

Michelle is best known as one of the trainers across many series of Channel 10’s The Biggest Loser, and has also competed on Dancing with The Stars and Celebrity Apprentice.

Michelle is the author of seventeen books, and is co-founder and owner of the 12 Week Body Transformation (12WBT program).

Callum Hole

Callum Hole was an Islander on season four of Love Island Australia, entering the villa on day two. He and Madeline Wilcox were crowned the runner-up on Day 30. He has also competed on Love Island Games, coming third.

Khanh Ong

Khanh Ong is best known for his time on MasterChef Australia – coming third in season 10 and ninth in season 12. He has also competed on Australian Survivor: Blood V Water. 

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – From Sunday 24 March on Channel 10 and 10 Play

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