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Meet the Cast of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2024

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It’s been almost a year since we last followed the tumultuous journey of our favourite celebrities through the African jungle, but fortunately for fans, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! has returned for a 2024 season. 

Guiding the famous faces through their time in the jungle is beloved host Julia Morris and I’m a Celebrity newcomer Robert Irwin, who will welcome 12 new stars to camp as they compete their way to $100,000 for their chosen charity. 

Watch Below: I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here Australia 2024 Trailer. 

After many weeks of cryptic clues and contestant teasers, the stars of this year’s season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! have finally been revealed. 

From beloved child stars to Australian television icons, scroll down to meet the star-studded cast as they get ready to enter the jungle. 

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia Cast 2024

Peter Daicos. (Credit: Ten)

Peter Daicos – AFL Legend

Hinted as a “Hall of Fame recipient and Premiership winner,” Collingwood Football Club legend Peter Daicos has been revealed as the AFL legend hoping to kick goals in the jungle.

With over 250 game appearances to his name, Peter has been heralded as one of the greatest talents in AFL and since his retirement in 1993, Peter has been a highly sought-after commentator and sports presenter. 

Stephen K Amos. (Credit: Ten)

Stephen K Amos – International Comedian

Australia may be home to many world-famous comics, but I’m a Celebrity fans were convinced that a British comic would soon be joining the jungle. 

Teased as a jokester who is “loved by the royals,” British comedian Stephen K Amos was unveiled as the international comedian joining the group of Australian celebrities in the African jungle. 

Callum Hole. (Credit: Ten)

Callum Hole – Reality TV Star 

It’s hard to imagine reality television without some of Australia’s favourite dating shows, and Love Island star Callum Hole has tried his hand at more than one. 

Teased as a “bad boy TV love rat” who is, “used to breaking hearts, not eating them,” Callum is best known as the runner-up contestant of the fourth season of Love Island Australia. Most recently, Callum joined his fellow international Love Island all-stars in the Love Island Games, finishing third in the competition. 

Ellie Cole. (Credit: Ten)

Ellie Cole – Gold Medalist

When it comes to the sporting world, Australia is not short of gold-medal-winning athletes and as the most decorated Paralympian of all time, Ellie Cole will be one to watch in the contestant’s quest for the coveted gold stars. 

After receiving six gold, five silver, and six bronze Paralympic medals throughout her swimming career, Ellie has also conquered the world of wheelchair basketball.

Most recently, Ellie was featured in the Netflix film Rising Phoenix, which explored the importance of the Paralympic Games to contribute to the global understanding of disability, excellence, and diversity. 

Michelle Bridges (Credit: Ten)

Michelle Bridges – Fitness Guru

Almost 20 years after she first graced our screens on The Biggest Loser, Michelle Bridges has returned to reality television for the 2024 season of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

No stranger to a physical challenge, Michelle has long been a fan-favourite to enter the jungle, and after appearing on Dancing with the Stars and Celebrity Apprentice, Michelle is ready to conquer another reality TV challenge alongside some of the franchise’s biggest stars. 

Khanh Ong. (Credit: Ten)

Khanh Ong – TV Celebrity Cook

As the top guess for many I’m a Celebrity fans, Khanh Ong has quickly become a fan favourite to take home King of the Jungle. 

Having proved himself in the MasterChef Australia kitchen, Khanh is also no stranger to tribal politics and intense physical challenges, having also starred in the 2022 season of Australian Survivor: Blood V Water. 

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Candice Warner (Credit: Ten)

Candice Warner – Ironwoman

Hinted as this season’s glamorous sports star, former Ironwoman and surf lifesaver Candice Warner is ready to bring her tenacity and endurance to the challenging world of I’m a Celebrity. 

As one of the youngest competitors ever in the Ironman series, Candice has a long history of overcoming physical and mental challenges – further proving her skills on the 2020 season of SAS Australia. 

Tristan MacManus. (Credit: Ten)

Tristan MacManus – TV Host

Teased as an international stage sensation, TV host and Irish dancer Tristan MacManus has been revealed as the latest star to join the I’m a Celebrity jungle. 

Best known for his appearances on Dancing with the Stars and Strictly Come Dancing, Tristan is no stranger to reality competition shows, but will his on-stage skills help him play his way to the grand finale? 

Skye Wheatley (Credit: Ten)

Skye Wheatley – Mega Influencer

Social media is not short of its fair share of influencers, and former reality TV star Skye Wheatley is one of the biggest names around.

Making her television debut on Big Brother Australia in 2014, Skye has continued to make a name for herself on social media, amassing almost one million followers across her multiple social media accounts.  

Frankie Muniz. (Credit: Ten)

Frankie Muniz – Hollywood Child Star

After many weeks of guessing, Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz was revealed as the Hollywood child star joining the I’m a Celebrity Australia jungle. 

Despite rising to fame as a young A-list star, Frankie stepped away from acting in 2008 to pursue a career as an open-wheel racing driver, with the 38-year-old hoping to make his NASCAR debut in the 2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series. 

While he may not be as experienced in the world of Australian reality television as his fellow contestants, Frankie has successfully competed in other competitive reality programmes, finishing third in the 2017 series of Dancing with the Stars in the U.S.

Brittany Hockley. (Credit: Ten)

Brittany Hockley – Radio Host

As one of this year’s most vague clues, I’m Celebrity teased their on-air star as a “radio queen [who] is known for her rocky romances.” After weeks of fan speculation, KIISFM host Brittany Hockley was revealed as the radio star ready to make waves in the jungle.

Best known for her podcast series, Live Uncut, Brittany has fast become one of Australia’s most esteemed radio presenters – receiving the Listeners Choice Award two years running at the Australian Podcast Awards. 

Denise Drysdale. (Credit: Ten)

Denise Drysdale – National Treasure

Despite each of the celebrity identities being revealed on the first night in camp, the face behind the series’ National Treasure has remained a closely guarded secret. 

Teased as a Logie-winning national treasure, beloved television presenter Denise Drysdale was revealed as the final star to join the I’m a Celebrity Australia camp for 2024. 

Speaking on her decision to join the jungle, Denise told Ten, “I watch the show a lot and, the last two years, I’ve seen people make really great friendships. You really get to know someone in that situation, and I think the friendships they’ve developed and kept are just wonderful.”

I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs Sunday to Thursday, 7:30pm, on 10 and 10 Play

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