I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! premiered Monday night.
And earlier today, The Block star Tanya Guccione touched on rumors she would be a surprise inclusion in the jungle reality TV series.
“Sorry, we don’t eat animal holes,” the 40-year-old joked in an Instagram question-and-answer session, referring to the show’s often grueling eating challenges.
Disclaimer: Block star Tanya Guccione (pictured) opened up about rumors she would be a surprise inclusion in the reality TV series I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!
“Plus, it’s Channel 10,” she added, referring to her recent claims that she would work with Nine again in the future after her ugly turn on The Block.
Teasing a possible return to the network, Tanya told news.com.au last month, “I don’t think, based on this season, that we’ll be leaving anytime soon.
“We had laughs and laughs with [The Block executive producer] Julian Cress and a few executives from Nine and they are only grateful. They say, ‘You guys made us have a cracker season.’ ‘
LOL: “Sorry, we don’t eat animal holes,” the 40-year-old joked in an Instagram Q&A, referring to the show’s often upsetting eating challenges.
Tanya’s reveal comes after I’m a celebrity this year … Get me out of here! the competitors have been revealed.
Monday’s premiere saw a host of stars, including footballers, reality TV contestants and comedians, head into the jungle.
For the second year in a row, the show is filmed on national soil instead of South Africa due to Covid travel restrictions.
Who is it? The cast of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! was finally revealed on Monday night – with a surprise twist that got fans in stitches
MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow was one of 10 nominees named in the Channel 10 show’s eighth season.
She joins ARIA award-winning country singer Brooke McClymont, Maria Thattil, Miss Universe Australia, and Olympic swimmer Emily Seebohm.
AFL great Nathan Buckley, comedian Cal Wilson, radio host Dylan Lewis and retired football players Derek Kickett and Beau Ryan have also been announced.
Meet your fellow campmates: MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow (left) and former NRL player Beau Ryan (right) were two of 10 nominees named in the show’s eighth season
Superstars: AFL great Nathan Buckley (left) and former Miss Universe Australia Maria Thattil (right) also entered the camp during Monday’s episode
British reality TV star Joey Essex is set to step into the camp during Tuesday’s episode.
Meanwhile, the first episode also revealed a “twist,” which is already proving to be a fan favorite.
An actor playing a fake influencer has been planted among the cast, with celebrity chef Poh tasked with convincing others that he’s the real deal.
David Subritzky, also known as “David”, made his way into the camp with the rest of the celebrities.
Company: They were joined by New Zealand comedian Cal Wilson (left) and TV and radio host Dylan Lewis (right)
Late arrivals: Olympic swimmer Emily Seebohm (left) and retired soccer players Derek Kickett (right) were two of the last stars to enter the camp at Monday night’s premiere
Let it rip: Brooke McClymont, 40, didn’t hold back on her first night in the jungle and left her fellow rookies speechless when she decided to skip gasoline
Daily Mail Australia previously reported that former Married At First Sight star Davina Rankin was supposed to appear on the show as an intruder.
In September, an eyewitness saw Davina take part in a publicity photoshoot at the Mantra on Salt Beach Kingscliff Resort, not far from the set of I’m a Celebrity.
Davina was seen wearing khaki clothes and an Akubra hat as she was escorted alongside Nathan and Beau, who confirmed their appearance on the show this week.
It’s a first ! An actor playing a fake influencer has been planted among the cast – with Poh tasked with convincing others that he’s the real deal. Pictured: David Subritzky