Dr Chris Brown has let slip a cheeky hint about who is headed into the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle next year.
As we know, Channel Ten loves to get their viewers guessing, so the official promo for the new season is chock full of clues that suggest that an AFL star, a country singer and a chef will appear on the show.
Now, Australia’s favourite vet and co-host has spilled a crucial detail about one of the incoming celebs.
Speaking to NovaFM’s Fitzy and Wippa on Wednesday, the TV mainstay revealed that a “different kind” of celebrity will take part in the fan-favourite series.
“So, here’s what I can tell you,” Chris teased. “We have a celebrity type in the first week that we’ve never had before.”
And get this: “No reality show has ever had [them] before.” Oooooh, intriguing!
When pressed on whether the contestant is an international personality, Chris was a little less liberal with his clues.
“I can’t say, but they have been international at one point,” he said. “They are like nothing, they’re like no-one.
“Different category, different genre, different everything.”
When Does I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 Start?
Since the Aussie iteration kicked first kicked off in 2015, fans haven’t been able to get enough of I’m A Celeb. So, it’s no surprise that they’ve been dying to find out when the new season kicks off.
Come January 3, 2022, co-hosts Chris and Julia Morris will be back on screens with bucketloads of fun and a new slate of stars.
Who Will Be On I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2022?
In the initial series trailer, Chris and Julia appeared in a number of different costumes that reflected the professions of incoming celebrities.
Based on the ‘fits, fans can expect to see a beauty queen, chef, country singer, AFL star and comedian make a bid to be the next King or Queen of the Jungle.
Similarly, the limousines in the “Celebrity Testing” scene have registration plates that detail who is arriving, too!
In another clip for the hit show, it was revealed that “no amount of Golden Guitars will save” the country singer in the jungle.
The CMAA Golden Guitar Awards celebrate Australian Country Music and there’s a long list of celebs who have multiple awards to their names.
Fans were quick to take to the comments, throwing out names such as Troy Casser-Daley, Adam Brand and Leigh Kernaghan, who have all won multiple Golden Guitar awards.
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