I'm A Celebrity 2015
ITV have announced officially who will be taking part in the 2015 series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!ITV

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015 is finally kicking off this Sunday (15 November), and before now, all anyone has had to go on when it comes to which famous faces are entering the jungle were rumours. But as more and more celebrities are being snapped suspiciously arriving in Australia ahead of the first episode, ITV has finally released (we suspect, some of) the official line up. IBTimes UK takes a look at who is taking part...

I'm A Celebrity 2015 contestants
(L-R) Yvette Fielding, Brian Friedman and George ShelleyStuart C. Wilson/Ben A Pruchnie/Getty

Yvette Fielding

You would think after years of hosting paranormal investigation show Most Haunted she would be well practised in pretending not to be scared but 47-year-old Fielding admits that she is "terrified of anything that moves". She has revealed Billy Connolly would be her ideal campmate and said she will miss her "family, dogs and the Most Haunted team" the most during her time in the jungle.

Brian Friedman

Friedman, a 38-year-old choreographer, hails from the US and has confirmed he opted out of this year's X Factor to take part in I'm A Celebrity, despite nine years working on the show. Talking about the public's perception of him, he stated: "Everyone is going to draw conclusions and now is a chance for people to get to know me. I am not overdramatic. I am colourful."

George Shelley

Shelley found fame through Union J, an existing band that he became the fourth member of on The X Factor during its 2011 season. Speaking to ITV, he said his ideal campmates would be bandmate JJ and Million Pound Drop presenter Davina McCall. The 22-year-old claims he will be "a Jack of all trades" in camp, adopting the roles of "chef, cleaner and entertainer".

I'm A Celebrity 2015 contestants
(L-R) Lady Colin Campbell, Tony Hadley and Kieron DyerIan Gavan) Anthony Harvey) (Alex Livesy (Getty

Lady Colin Campbell

Socialite and biographer Campbell famously wrote a book on Princess Diana, which detailed her affair with James Hewitt, which was published in 1992 and caused much controversy, while propelling into the limelight.

The 66-year-old will miss her "children, dogs, cats and [her] life" the most. Campbell hopes one of her fellow campmates will be a musician and that "there will be a piano and violin in the jungle to keep [them] entertained."

Tony Hadley

Hadley is best known for being the frontman for 1980s pop group Spandau Ballet. The 55-year-old's dream line-up for the jungle would consist of Shane Ritchie, Rick Astley and Bobby Davro, as he thinks they would "be a laugh". He reckons he will be "the shoulder to cry on" in camp and he is not looking forward to encountering creepy crawlies such as cockroaches.

Kieron Dyer

Ex-footballer Dyer was spotted arriving in Australia over the weekend, escorted by an I'm A Celebrity chaperone, and yet still told the public adamantly that he was not taking part in the reality show and was merely down under to play football. But it turns out that was a big fib and the 36-year-old is heading into the jungle with a bunch of other famous faces.

He admitted that "besides his wife and his kids, [his] mobile phone and not being able to have any control over decisions [he] makes" are the things he'll miss the most.

I'm A Celebrity 2015 contestants
(L-R) Jorgie Porter, Duncan Bannatyne, Susannah Constantine and Chris EubankTim P. Whitby) Chris Jackson) Stephen Shugerman (Ben Pruchnie (Getty

Jorgie Porter

Ex-Hollyoaks actress Porter got involved in the upcoming series of the reality show at the last minute after doctors on the show revealed previously signed-up actress Stephanie Davis could not take part in I'm A Celebrity due to a potentially "deadly nut allergy". The 27-year-old was seen touching down in Brisbane at the weekend and has already said she is looking forward to creating "a girl squad in the camp".

Duncan Bannatyne

Former Dragons' Den star Bannatyne, 66, claims he will not be scared of anything in the jungle, even going so far as to say he has absolutely no fears. "I am really looking forward to doing the trials and I'd say that is the thing I am most looking forward to about going on the show. In my own head, I think I can do all the challenges – which is probably wrong," he told ITV ahead of the launch on 15 November. He also admitted he will miss his "comfy bed and girlfriend" the most taking part in the show.

Chris Eubank

Former middleweight boxer Eubank, 49, says he signed up six months ago to take part in I'm A Celebrity and made sure his diary was completely clear so he could go ahead with the commitment. He claims his only real fear is heights and thinks "it's good to be scared" sometimes. Talking about how the public will perceive him, Eubank stated: "People will be surprised how non-confrontational and fun I am."

Susannah Constantine

Constantine is best known for co-hosting shows such as What Not To Wear and Trinny And Susannah with fellow guru Trinny Woodall. Ahead of the launch, the 53-year-old confessed she will probably adopt the role of "mum" within the camp, while her dream jungle-mates would be Elton John and Eminem. According to ITV, the television fashion adviser has been approached to appear on the show for years. Looks like she's finally given in.

Those are the only 10 names that ITV has officially confirmed so far but seeing as the show usually sends 12 happy campers into the jungle, we are expecting a couple more announcements in the next few days. It has been strongly speculated that the remaining spots will be filled by either Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison or The Only Way Is Essex's Ferne McCann.

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! starts on 15 November at 9pm on ITV.

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