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I'm A Celebrity bosses are looking to 'draft in familiar faces'

I'm A Celebrity bosses are looking to 'draft in familiar faces'
I'm A Celebrity producers are looking to 'draft in familiar faces' from previous series such as Stacey Solomon and Tony Blackburn to feature in one-off bushtucker trials.

I'm A Celebrity producers are 'planning to draft in familiar faces' from previous shows to feature in one-off bushtucker trials to commemorate its 20th series.Queen of the Jungle: I'm A Celebrity producers are 'planning to draft in familiar faces' from previous series such as Stacey Solomon (pictured in 2010) and Tony Blackburn to feature in one-off bushtucker trials A source told The Sun: 'They’re using the fact they’re in the UK to their advantage and plan to draft in familiar faces to pop up in trials.Stand-out contestants who are reportedly in the running are Stacey Solomon, 30, who was crowned Queen of the Jungle in 2010, and radio DJ Tony Blackburn, 77, who became the first winner in 2002.Scary: Stand-out contestants include radio DJ Tony Blackburn, 77, who became the first winner in 2002 Star: Other notable contestants in the frame are Phil Tufnell, 54, who was crowned King of the Jungle in 2003 - the same year he retired as a professional cricketer It comes as I'm A Celebrity bosses have reportedly forked out millions to make the 19th-century castle where this year's series is being held in North Wales safe.

' In pictures obtained by the publication, a studio where hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly has been erected, as well as an uncovered area where contestants will be allowed to light a camp fire.Presenters: In pictures obtained by the publication, a studio where hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly has been erected, as well as an uncovered area where contestants will be allowed to light a camp fire

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