The I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! It appears that the squad was leaked as a group of famous faces were seen attending what appeared to be a secret photo shoot in North London.
Just over two weeks before the stars headed to Gwrych Castle in Wales to start the show, fans were eager to know which celebrities will be appearing in this year’s series.
While the ITV heads have stayed firm about the star-studded lineup, it looks like the secret may already be over.
EastEnders Jessica Plummer, Strictly’s AJ Pritchard and Presenter Victoria Derbyshire were among the many stars pictured while attending a top-secret photo shoot in the photos obtained by the sun.
It was joined by broadcaster Vernon Kay and Tenor Russell Watson, as well as Paralympic actress Holly Arnold, actress Ruthie Henschel and actress Beverly Callard.
According to the post, the eight stars make up some of the group that is expected to head to Wales next month.
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While 10 stars are expected to appear in the show, only eight have been identified so far according to the shots.
It is unclear if any other contestant would enter the show down the line.
The post goes on to reveal the celebrities have arrived at a location in Kensal Green, north London, where they were scheduled to appear in a pre-ITV promotional session.
They will reportedly be pictured in their IAC uniform for the first time.
The stars all arrived in dark cars and many tried to hide their identity with face masks, but their identities have since faded.
The reported filming comes before the stars enter a two-week isolation period before the upcoming series.
An ITV representative was contacted by MirrorOnline for comment.
According to The Sun, a phone insider confirmed that this year’s lineup offers a large variety of talented stars.
“This year’s group of celebrity contestants is shaping up to be none, if not selective, with the latest signatures,” the source said.
For the first time in show history for 20 years, the entire series will be filmed in the UK instead of The Typical Australian Forest.
There were also a lot of safety measures in place in order to keep both staff and crew safe during the ongoing pandemic.
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