TV Guide: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! On 10 and 10 Play

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here

• This year, a mystery celebrity twist is coming and who’s who in the jungle

It’s been a tough year, so throw a shrimp on the barbie, fetch a cold one from the fridge, and get set for a wild few weeks of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! on Channel 10 and 10 Play.

Premiering Monday, 3 January at 7.30pm, hosts Dr. Chris Brown and Julia Morris are back, coming to you from the most dangerous place on Earth: Australia.

And while the pair have failed to read the fine print in their contracts under “things that can kill you”, 10 believes their brave 2022 cast are so good, they’re going straight to the pool room.

This year, a mystery celebrity twist is coming to the jungle. A twist so big that it has never been attempted in the history of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia. The celebrities won’t see it coming. You won’t see it coming – but you have the pleasure of watching it unfold. 

Back in January 2021, former Bachelor Australia contestant Abbie Chatfield won season seven of I’m a Celebrity Get Me… Out of Here after defeating Grant Denyer and winning $100,000 for her charity.

The finale was broadcast live on channel 10 from Sydney. Despite Covid-19 the show managed to have a full cast and a studio audience for the finale.

In a season set on home soil where everyday tasks whittled the celebrity numbers down before the Hell Holes of Destiny sealed their massive ejection fate, the public then spoke and crowned Abbie, Queen of the Aussie jungle.

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On winning $100,000 for her chosen charity, Dementia Australia, Abbie said: “I can’t believe it, me doing this, everything was for Grandma. I’m so so happy and really grateful I could do it for her.”

The seventh season of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! boasted an average national total audience of 1.11 million viewers across the season, achieving its highest commercial shares ever. The finale was watched by an average national audience of 1.23 million, peaking at 1.39 million.

The show reached 8.17 million people nationally and posted record commercial shares, including in under 50s and all key demographics (16 to 39s and 25 to 54s).

Here’s how 10 revealed the 2022 Celebrities

• Poh Ling Yeow. She is a MasterChef Australia alumni favourite who certainly knows her way around the kitchen, but it’s what she can do with rice and beans that will really put her to the test.

• The David. A super influencer with 3.9 million followers, The David, as he is known by his fans, is a renowned shoe designer. He is the creative force behind the 8 Inch Daves, a pair of sky-high heels made famous by Miley Cyrus after she was spotted wearing them during her set in Glastonbury. Trust us (or don’t) when we say he is uber famous.**See below for the twist reveal.

• Dylan Lewis. You may know Dylan from the iconic 90s music show Recovery, or his stellar radio work over the years, or for being an extra in Star Wars, scene 11, Dex’s Diner.

• Beau Ryan. He is a TV host, slash sports star, slash singer, slash comedian. A prankster with boundless energy, Beau is the larrikin Australia loves to laugh along with, but mostly, at.

• Maria Thattil. She was crowned Miss Universe Australia 2020 and is out to prove she is more than just a pretty face.

• Nathan Buckley. Spanning a 280 game playing career, Nathan is one of AFL’s most decorated players. Recently, he spent a decade as the respected coach of Collingwood. Even more recently, he has entered the Australian jungle as a celebrity campmate. 

• Brooke McClymont. She is one third of the top-selling, award-winning Australian country music trio, The McClymonts. This year, Brooke is one tenth of the top-smelling, trial-winning Australian bush band, The Celebrities.

• Emily Seebohm. Four time Olympian, Emily has won an incredible 56 medals on the world stage, making her one of Australia’s most celebrated swimmers. She debuted for the Australian team at the age of 14, and at the age of 29 she is making her jungle debut.

• Derek Kickett. He is a former AFL superstar whose thirst for the ball often made him oblivious to danger which probably explains why he signed up for this. 

• Cal Wilson. This funny lady, ventured across the Tasman in 2003 and has gone on to be a favourite guest on Have You Been Paying Attention? and Hughesy, We Have a Problem, as well as the queen of the comedy circuit. But will she have the last laugh?

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