The time has come once again to visit that Australian jungle retreat and watch a few famous folks fighting for survival. I’m A Celebrity is returning this autumn with new challenges – and a new celebrity line-up.
As per usual, all the contestants will be going up against one another to be crowned King or Queen of the jungle. Along the way, they’ll have to take part in challenging bushtucker trials to win meals for the camp.
But what time does the reality show kick off, and who’ll be competing for that all-important crown? We have everything you need to know about I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! 2023.
When does I’m A Celebrity 2023 start?
The new instalment of the reality show will debut on Sunday, 19 November, at 9pm. Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who officially announced the premiere date of the new season, will once again return as hosts:
The series typically runs for around three weeks, with episodes airing daily around 9pm GMT. Based on that, the final contestant should be crowned King or Queen of the jungle around the beginning of December.
How to watch I’m A Celebrity on TV and online
I’m A Celebrity will be broadcast on ITV for TV viewers. Alternatively, you’ll be able to stream the show on PC, laptop, phone or tablet via the ITV Hub, available in a web browser or through free apps for Android and iPhone.
If you’re outside the UK you can watch ITV Hub using a VPN. Using a VPN (virtual private network) changes your IP address, allowing you to browse the internet as if you’re in another country. We personally recommend using NordVPN, but there are other options out there. Find out more on the process in our guide to watching the ITV Hub abroad.
Where is I’m A Celebrity filmed?
Besides two pandemic editions, filming for the I’m A Celebrity typically takes place in Springbrook National Park in New South Wales, Australia. This year, the show will again drag celebrities deep into the Australian jungle.
Which contestants will be on I’m A Celebrity 2023?
ITV hasn’t yet announced the official list of celebrity participants. However, there are leaks about it – below, you will find the rumoured line-up for this year’s edition of a show:
Nigel Farage – former politician
Sam Thompson – reality TV star
Alan Halsall – soap star
Josie Gibson – TV presenter
Danny Cipriani – rugby player
Liz Truss – former PM
Denise Van Outen – TV presenter and actress
The Vivienne – drag queen
Frankie Dettori – jockey
Olivia Attwood – reality star and TV presenter
Phil Taylor – darts player
Alex Beresford – weather presenter
Who are the previous winners of I’m A Celebrity?
Here’s a full lowdown of the previous Kings and Queens of the jungle, right from the very first series.
2021: Danny Miller
2020: Giovanna Fletcher
2019: Jacqueline Jossa
2018: Harry Redknapp
2017: Georgia Toffolo
2016: Scarlett Moffatt
2015: Vicky Pattinon
2014: Carl Fogarty
2013: Kian Egan
2012: Charlie Brooks
2011: Dougie Poynter
2010: Stacey Solomon
2009: Gino D’Acampo
2008: Joe Swash
2007: Christopher Biggins
2006: Matt Willis
2005: Carol Thatcher
2004: Joe Pasquale
2003: Kerry Katona
2002: Phil Tufnell
2001: Tony Blackburn