Kemp, Garraway, Roberts and Wright rumoured for I’m A Celeb

Radio presenters Roman Kemp, Kate Garraway, Adele Roberts and Ian Wright are being tipped to appear on this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, which starts next weekend.

The Sun lists the four as part of it’s rumoured line-up for the ITV reality show.

Roman was on air on his Capital breakfast show with Vick Hope and Sonny Jay yesterday (Friday) as normal, but next week’s schedule lists Rob Howard and Lauren Layfield as covering breakfast across the UK.

Kate was also on her usual Smooth Radio mid-morning show yesterday, and the schedule for next week has her down as normal.

Adele – the host of Radio 1’s early breakfast show – did her normal run of Monday to Thursday 4am-6.30am this week. Next week’s schedule shows a mix of Kate Thistleton and Lindsey Russell covering the slot. The following week Jordan North is doing Adele’s show and then in week commencing 25th November it’s Arielle Free.

Former professional footballer Ian, who’s a co-host of 5 Live’s Monday Night Club, has also worked at talkSPORT and Absolute Radio. He’s a regular on BBC TV’s Match of the Day as well.

Other notable appearances by radio people on I’m A Celebrity over the years include Tony Blackburn, Pat Sharp, Noel Edmonds, Iain Lee, Danny Baker, Mike Read, Lisa Snowdon and Toby Anstis.

The Sun also reports that this year’s selection of celebs include Nadine Coyle and Caitlyn Jenner.

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  1. sheila j says

    I have to get this bit of silliness my chest – Ian Wright, Wright, Wright!!

  2. Joe Smith says

    Excellent. Locking all four away for a lengthy period should be a big boost to radio!

  3. Radio Geordie says

    Would anyone be bothered if any of them weren’t broadcasting?

  4. Ron Dobbyn says

    I heard a rumour, that Jo Good , and Anna Webb from BBC London, James Whale , and Ash from Talk Radio, are going to the rainforest. Not sure if it’s the one in NSW, or Kew Gardens.

  5. Radio Geordie says

    Be honest. How many would be missed?

  6. Mr Boltar says

    Given the current bush fires raging I suspect they will be getting out of there a lot sooner than expected.

    Personally I think its irresponsible to do the show right now plus flying all these Z listers to the other side of the planet is hardly a tick for enviromental responsibility. Perhaps TV companies should start practicing what a lot of their programs preach.

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