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I'm A Celebrity 2024: All the stars appearing in the jungle this season

This year's cast is filled with reality stars, sporting legends and a handful of international names.

The tenth season of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! kicked off with a bang on Sunday night with 11 famous faces leaving their glamorous lifestyles behind to live in the jungle.

This year’s cast is filled with reality stars, sporting legends and various media personalities, plus a very recognisable international celebrity - so you’re sure to know at least one contestant.

Here are all the stars who have headed into the jungle (so far):

Frankie Muniz

I'm A Celebrity's Frankie Muniz.
Frankie Muniz is best known for his starring role in Malcolm in the Middle. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “A Hollywood Child Star is set to enter the jungle but are they prepared for the wild ride?”

Perhaps the most famous contestant this season is former child star Frankie Muniz, best known for his role in the US sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. Fans would also remember Frankie for starring in the films Big Fat Liar and Agent Cody Banks, so fingers crossed he has some tea to spill about his former co-stars Amanda Bynes and Hilary Duff in the jungle.

The 38-year-old put his acting career on hold in 2008 to pursue a career as a race car driver and currently competes part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

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Brittany Hockley

 I'm A Celebrity's Brittany Hockley.
Radio host Brittany Hockley rose to fame on The Bachelor. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “This radio queen is known for her rocky romances.”

Since appearing on The Bachelor in 2018, Brittany Hockley has established one of the most successful podcasts in Australia, Life Uncut, with her friend and fellow reality TV alum Laura Byrne.

The co-hosts have since released a book together and currently host The Pick Up radio show on KIIS FM alongside Mitch Churi.

Khanh Ong

 I'm A Celebrity's Khanh Ong.
Khanh Ong has previously competed on MasterChef and Australian Survivor. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “Used to whipping up a frenzy in the kitchen and causing a stir, how will they cope with some rather unexpected ingredients on the camp kitchen menu?”

Khanh is well versed in reality TV after competing on two seasons of MasterChef Australia and one season of Australian Survivor alongside his sister Amy.

The celebrity chef also hosts his own TV show Khanh Ong's Wild Food and is the part owner of The George on Collins in Melbourne.

Candice Warner

I'm A Celebrity's Candice Warner.
Former Ironwoman Candice Warner was a fan favourite on SAS Australia. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “For someone who is used to the roar of the crowd, hopefully the jungle sounds at night won't intimidate this gold medal winner.”

Candice Warner is a former Champion Ironwoman and one-half of Australia’s sporting power couples with her husband, cricket star David Warner.

The mother-of-three and radio host also competed on SAS Australia in 2020 and released her memoir titled ‘Running Strong’ last year.

Tristan MacManus

I'm A Celebrity's Tristan MacManus.
Tristan MacManus hosted Studio 10 from 2020 to 2023. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “Ditching his famous family for the jungle, will this International Stage Sensation be ready to swap his star status for gold stars when faced with the ultimate trials and challenges? Being dropped into the wild may be the reality check this celebrity has not rehearsed for.”

Tristan MacManus performed on the West End and featured as a professional dancer on five seasons of Dancing with the Stars in the US and two seasons of Strictly Come Dancing in the UK before relocating to Australia in 2014 with his family.

While he briefly appeared as a judge on the Australian version of the dancing competition, Tristan is perhaps best-known Down Under for co-hosting Channel 10’s morning show Studio 10 from 2020 to 2023.

Michelle Bridges

I'm A Celebrity's Michelle Bridges.
Michelle Bridges is best known for her role on The Biggest Loser. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “From the headlines to the jungle vines, this Controversial TV Star might be a hit with the tabloids, but will they survive the real snakes?”

Fitness guru Michelle Bridges is a household name in Australia thanks to her role as the straight-talking trainer on The Biggest Loser from 2007 to 2016.

In addition to being the author of multiple books, Michelle has competed on Celebrity MasterChef, Dancing with the Stars and The Celebrity Apprentice.

Stephen K Amos

I'm A Celebrity's Stephen K Amos.
Stephen K Amos is a BAFTA-nominated comedian. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “Will this International Comedian, loved by the Royals, have the last laugh or will they be the butt of the jungle joke?”

BAFTA-nominated comedian, broadcaster, actor and presenter Stephen K Amos made his stand-up debut in 2001 and quickly became known for his signature charisma, charm and rapid-fire wit.

He’s also performed in West End productions of My Fair Lady and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest and published his memoir titled ‘I Used to Say My Mother Was Shirley Bassey’ in 2012.

Skye Wheatley

I'm A Celebrity's Skye Wheatley.
Skye Wheatley rose to fame on Big Brother Australia. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “OMG! A Mega Influencer is entering the jungle, but just how influential will this diva be without her creature comforts? Or will the jungle critters get the better of her?”

Skye Wheatley first appeared on TV in 2014 when she competed on Big Brother Australia and finished in third place.

She’s since amassed a huge following on social media, with over 600,000 followers on Instagram and over 330,000 on TikTok, and is loved by fans for saying whatever comes to mind.

Callum Hole

I'm A Celebrity's Callum Hole.
Callum Hole appeared on Love Island in 2022 and Love Island Games in 2023. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “A bad boy TV love rat is packing his bags for the jungle. As someone who is used to breaking hearts not eating them, this is one type of wild romance that won't disappoint.”

Another former reality star appearing on this year’s season is Callum Hole, who was the runner-up on the fourth season of Love Island Australia in 2022

The UK-born playboy was known for his hilarious one-liners on the show and recently appeared on the international spin-off series Love Island Games where he finished third.

Ellie Cole

I'm A Celebrity's Ellie Cole.
Ellie Cole is Australia’s most decorated female Paralympic athlete. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “Our Gold Medalist is used to going for gold, but going for Gold Stars is not something that you can train for.”

Ellie Cole is Australia’s most decorated female Paralympic athlete with a record-breaking 17 Paralympic medals.

The retired swimmer and wheelchair basketball player, who lost her leg to cancer when she was just two years old, also featured in the Netflix original film Rising Phoenix in 2020 and was recently announced as a key member of Channel Nine’s commentary team for the 2024 Paris Olympic and Paralympics Games.

Peter Daicos

I'm A Celebrity's Peter Daicos.
Peter Daicos is an AFL legend. Photo: Channel 10

Clue: “Will this Hall of Fame recipient and Premiership winner be able to kick goals in the jungle as well as on the field?”

AFL legend Peter Daicos is one of the Collingwood Football Club’s most decorated players, playing 250 games with the club until his retirement in 1993.

The 62-year-old entered into the Australian Football Hall Of Fame in 1999 and recently became a weekly contributor on Sunrise.

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National Treasure

“She may be Australia’s National Treasure, but her Logie won’t help her now.”

The mysterious twelfth celebrity is yet to be announced, although the list of potential contestants can be significantly narrowed down as there are only 13 female recipients of the Gold Logie who are still alive today.

Considering Sonia Kruger and Lisa McCune are both appearing on Dancing with the Stars around the same time, Georgie Parker is likely contracted to Channel Seven as part of Home and Away, Asher Keddie has three TV series currently in production, Hazel Phillips is 94 and Maggie Tabberer is 87, and Kylie Minogue is well, Kylie Minogue, we’re left with six options.

There’s a high chance it could be either Denise Drysdale or Rebecca Gibney considering they’ve both been part of the Channel 10 family in the past on Studio 10 and Celebrity MasterChef, respectively.

Other female Gold Logie winners who could fit the bill are Sons and Daughters star Rowena Wallace, former A Current Affair host Jana Wendt, two-time Gold Logie-winning actress Kate Ritchie, and former host of The Project, Carrie Bickmore.

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