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Who’ll be entering the celebrity jungle this November?

Ant & Dec are heading back down under again

Although no official date has been confirmed as yet, the much anticipated return of “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here” is pencilled for a November launch. To date, ITV have kept their cards close to their chest and haven’t announced the final start date of this ever-popular reality show. Many believe this could be due the final line-up not being fully confirmed, with a few names yet to be agreed.

As usual, rumours are rife with who may be making an appearance this year. Possible and plausible names touted to date include Former X Factor winner James Arthur, Union J boybander Josh Cuthbert, ex-Dragon Den star and entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne, X Factor choreographer Brian Friedman, TV host Anne Robinson, EastEnders’ actor Jake Wood, actress Leslie Ash and former Pussycat Doll and Celebrity MasterChef winner Kimberly Wyatt.

There’s also been some slightly more unlikely, eyebrow raising potential candidates for the jungle this year including the highly unlikely Caitlin Jenner, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s former nanny Christine Ouzounian (how is she a celebrity exactly?) and infamous Playboy model Chloe Mafia. There’s always at least one bit of eye candy for the guys so all bets are off on that one!

Only time will tell but one thing we do know is, we can’t wait. So for all you jungle fever and bush tucker trial fans, here’s a little trailer to whet the appetite!

Michel Roux Jr cooks up something inspiring

If you prefer your food more civilised than grubs, mealworms and cockroaches then tomorrow’s new show “Kitchen Impossible” hosted by Michelin star chef Michel Roux Jr may be more suited to your tastes.

From 9:00pm on Channel 4, eight young people with disabilities are given four weeks to train in the restaurant industry under the guidance and mentorship of Michel. Amongst the tasks handed down to them, they’ll have to learn to work, live and develop together in a very pressurised environment. Their first task is to cook a signature dish, which some didn’t quite grasp. 24-year-old Jack, who is autistic, decided to bring his favourite microwaveable ready meal, which unsurprisingly isn’t quite what Michel expected and doesn’t go down too well!

Naturally, it’s a tough and challenging journey for this group of disabled contestants but one that is sure to be heartwarming and inspiring as they learn to develop their skills over the coming weeks. We think this one could be well worth the watch!

Strictly gets a little spooky!

For those who just love the ballroom dance, this Saturday’s Strictly Come Dancing will have a ghostly feel as the show embraces a Fright Night fright theme. This Halloween special will feature a blend of spooky sambas, petrifying pasos and terrifying tangos as the dancers enter into the spirit of the evening in an effort to make it through to next week’s round.

Clearly the scariest prospect however, has to be the judging panels Halloween costumes, especially if Craig Revel Horwood decides to go to town. All we know is, it’s going to be spooktacular television darling!