I’m A Celebrity: Show bosses want all previous winners to return to jungle together in all-star series!


ITV bosses reportedly want to bring together all the previous I’m A Celebrity winners to star in a special winners series, according to the Sun newspaper.

According to the publication, bosses of the hugely popular ITV reality show want to bring on board the likes of Phil Tufnell, Kerry Katona, Gino D’Acampo, Stacey Solomon and Dougie Poynter — as well as 2012 champion Charlie Brooks, for this all-star edition of the jungle survival show hosted by Geordie national treasures, Ant & Dec.

Whilst no one is thought to have been about the project yet, an ITV source confirmed: “There have been talks taking place about the possibility of a jungle reunion special featuring celebrities who have won the show.

“All our winners are very popular and getting them together would make brilliant TV.”

Other past celebrities that could feature include Joe Swash, Matt Willis, Carol Thatcher, Joe Pasquale and Tony Blackburn, but not the 2007 champ Christopher Biggins, 64, who has said: “There is talk of doing an all-winners’ edition. But I wouldn’t do it because if you’ve won something you don’t want to go on and lose it.”

Last night a spokesman for ITV said: “I’m not aware of any plans for a reunion show at this point.”

Watch Dougie and Mark Wright’s final bush tucker trial together in the clip below:

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One Response to “I’m A Celebrity: Show bosses want all previous winners to return to jungle together in all-star series!”

  1. XFF says:

    I agree with Christopher Biggins, I don’t know what the incentive would be to come back and risk being first out in a show you previously won, ruining all your positive memories from the first time around. Add to that the fact that the celebs would know ITV only have 12 champions to choose from and I think it would drive their fees up so much that it wouldn’t be financially viable. Shame, as it’d be great for the audience!