About The Show
Premieres 7.00 Sunday, 29 January On TEN
In 2016, TEN’s family entertainment sensation, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia saw reformed AFL bad boy, Brendan “Fev” Fevola, work through very personal battles, challenges and breakthroughs to be crowned Australia’s second King of the Jungle.
Viewers laughed, cried and cringed as a collection of celebrities were stripped of their luxuries and dropped into the depths of the South African jungle. Surrounded by creepy crawlies, baboons and snakes, they faced their deepest fears, taking on challenges they never thought possible and eating the unthinkable.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia returns in early 2017 for its third season, with a new cast of celebrities set to leave their comfortable lives behind and brave the jungle for a no-frills experience. With only each other to turn to, they will endure meagre food rations, basic accommodation and the harsh conditions of the South African jungle, all to raise money for charity.
Broadcasting live, five nights a week from South Africa, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia promises new surprises, heart-stopping adventure and the wildest challenges yet.
Hosts Julia Morris and Dr. Chris Brown are excited to put the campmates through their paces and cannot wait to oversee the infamous Tucker Trials.
In 2016, viewers watched as pampered celebs were slowly transformed by the challenges put before them in the jungle. International cricket star, Shane “Warnie” Warne, took on his massive phobia of spiders, while The Bachelor Australia contestant Laurina Fleure lay calmly inside a coffin filled with snakes in order to win food for the camp. Ultimately, it was the journey of Fev — from renowned troublemaker to bighearted camp leader — that won Australia’s heart and saw him take out the crown.
Which celebrities will brave the jungle in 2017? Who will have the courage to stay and who will be first to scream…“I’m a celebrity… get me out of here!”
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! is an ITV Studio Australia production for Network Ten.