I'm A Celebrity 2018: Megan McKenna tipped to join line up

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She will co-host the series alongside Donnelly as Ant McPartlin takes a break from his presenting duties following his arrest for drink-driving. Speaking in an interview with Celebrity Radio back in 2015, Noel explained: "They've been honest, they've plundered the House Party archive and created Takeaway".

I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here returns shortly and the line-up for the hugely popular reality TV show has now been revealed. We had a laugh about it.

"I don't think a romance that starts in the cauldron of an experience like that is going to last outside, so I am not (looking for romance)", he said.

Southampton trolled Harry Redknapp after it was announced he was entering the I'm a Celebrity jungle.

"It's that unspoken thing: you know how the other person speaks, how their sentences are going to end".

The names confirmed by the newspaper are: EastEnders actor Rita Simons, X Factor's Fleur East, The Vamps singer James McVey, TV presenter Nick Knowles, The Inbetweeners Emily Atack, The Chase's "The Governess" Anne Hegerty, Coronation Street's Sair Khan, Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Football manager Harry Redknapp. The buck stops with you.

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Made in Chelsea star Georgia "Toff" Toffolo was the victor of the 2017 edition of the show and this year's line-up includes a famous football manager, an X-Factor runner-up and a former soap star. I think it will be quite structured in there. Well, I haven't done it, but I've watched one'. For me eating testicles is going to be the worse.

The former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham manager, and father of retired footballer Jamie Redknapp, also said that his sporting colleagues will be surprised to know he has signed up to the show.

The football manager is going to be paid half a million pounds for his time in the jungle - the most a celebrity has ever been paid for taking part in the show.

Redknapp said he will not mind missing meals but will struggle to be without his wife.

"We do everything together", he said.

"I am scared of everything you have in there and I am scared of all the trials", said the 31-year-old.