I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! teased fans today by changing their Facebook profile picture to the jungle’s Bush Telegraph.
The show updated the snap but provided no caption, leaving social media users excitedly wanting to know more.
In the swamped comments section, one fan wrote: “Cannot wait, when when when?”
Another typed: “So looking forward to this years series!! I’m a celeb is one of my favourites… Bring it on Ant & Dec.” (sic)
A third added: “Can not wait!! This hits our screens and then it’s countdown to Christmas.”
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A fourth commented: “Woo hoo!! Was just saying to hubby this week I expect little hints will start to drop soon.”
The famous Bush Telegraph is a huge part of the show, where campmates go to open up about their inner thoughts usually about their trials or fellow campmates.
I’m A Celebrity 2023 is set to return to screens next month with hosts Ant and Dec and a new batch of brave celebrity campmates willing to take on the Bushtucker Trials.
Rumoured names in the mix of competing so far include; Alan Halsall, Sam Thompson, Danielle Harold, Neil Warnock, Peter Crouch, Mark Labbett and former Prime Ministers Liz Truss and Boris Johnson.
A source previously told The Sun that the show is keen to bring in another politician after Matt Hancock’s surprising appearance last year.
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They said: “After seeing the effect of having former Health Secretary on the show last year, bosses were keen to repeat the feat in the new series,
“High-level politicians are virtually guaranteed to create controversy in the camp, which equates to compulsive viewing for fans at home.”
Fans have also expressed their hopes of seeing former contestants Richard Madeley and Olivia Attwood make a return after they respectively left on medical grounds.
Last year, former England Lioness Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle, with Hollyoaks star Owen Warner finishing runner-up.
In third place was Matt Hancock, whose appearance on the show ruffled a few feathers following his breach of lockdown rules during the Covid pandemic.
Other contestants included Boy George, Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas, Sue Cleaver, Babatunde Aleshe, Chris Moyles, Seann Walsh and Mike Tindall.
Jill said of her experience: “I really did enjoy it. It was tough times but being on that cyclone challenge was like being a young kid again.
“I just felt like I threw myself at everything and tried to make the most of an incredible experience.”
Of being in camp with Matt, she added on Good Morning Britain: “To be fair, he smashed the trials, so as long as he was feeding us, I was happy.”
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