Ant, Dec and 10 freshly khakied stars are heading back to the Australian jungle for 2023. You'll be able to stream I'm a Celebrity for the next three weeks of snake wrangling, spider taming and kangaroo testicle munching from the comfort of your own sofa, wherever you are in the world.
You can watch I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! for FREE in the UK on the ITVX streaming service. But don't worry if you're on holiday while it's on because you can watch I'm a Celeb on ITVX from anywhere with a VPN.
We're sure you must know the drill by now. An intrepid group of well known actors, TV personalities and – for some reason – politicians, are parachuted into the Aussie outback to face stomach-churning Bushtucker Trials to earn food for the camp. One by one, the campers are voted out by the public, until a King or Queen of the Jungle is crowned at the end.
The 'celebrity' creating the most column inches this year is Nigel Farage, the divisive British politician and right-wing broadcaster who will inevitably be first in line for the viewer-decided Bushtucker Trial.
He'll be joined by the likes of Britney Spears' sister, Jamie Lynn, the ever-so-French First Dates maître d' Fred Sirieix, and Hollyoaks legend Nick Pickard. You'll find a full list of this year's celebs in our FAQ at the bottom of this page.
Ready to be obsessed with another series of I'm a Celeb? Here's how to watch I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! 2023 from anywhere in the world. We've got all the information you'll need below.
How to watch I'm a Celebrity in the UK
Can I watch I'm a Celebrity in the US and the rest of the world?
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! doesn't get broadcast anywhere else other than than the UK. We can only assume that the show's eclectic mix of participants just wouldn't appeal to a non-UK audience.
So, if you're a Brit abroad who simply can't miss an episode, the only thing we can suggest is to download a VPN as explained below and watch I'm a Celebrity that way. Full details on how to do that just below.
How to watch I'm a Celebrity from anywhere with a VPN
You can watch I'm a Celebrity on ITVX by using a VPN – no matter where you are in the world!
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What is the I'm a Celebrity start date?
The latest series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! starts on Sunday, November 19 at 9pm UK.
The first episode is 1h 45m long, and will introduce us to the 10 new campers.
All you need to know about I'm a Celebrity 2023
Who will be in I'm a Celebrity 2023?
- Grace Dent - Columnist & restaurant critic
- Nigel Farage - Former politician & broadcaster
- Josie Gibson - This Morning presenter
- Danielle Harold - Former EastEnders actress
- Marvin Humes - JLS singer & presenter
- Nick Pickard - Hollyoaks actor
- Nella Rose - YouTube personality & influencer
- Fred Sirieix - First Dates maître d'hôtel
- Jamie Lynn Spears - Zoey 101 actress & singer
- Sam Thompson - Television personality & radio presenter
Who is Nigel Farage?
Nigel Farage is a former politician turned TV and radio presenter.
He is by far the most controversial member of the camp this year, owing to his divisive right-wing politics. As the previous leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and Brexit Party and a former Member of the European Parliament, he ran on an anti-Europe, anti-immigration ticket that some people consider problematic.
Farage resigned from politics in 2021.
In addition to his political career, Farage has been an active broadcaster. He presented radio shows on the LBC station, and presents TV shows on the GB News channel.
It's understood that Farage is being paid £1.5 million to appear on I'm a Celebrity, which is the highest fee in the show's history.
Who is Jamie Lynn Spears?
Jamie Lynn Spears is the younger sister of pop star Britney Spears.
The 32-year-old is an actress who first appeared on screen alongside Britney in the movie Crossroads.
Jamie Lynn's most notable role to date was as the lead in Nickelodeon kids' show Zoey 101, which ran from 2005 to 2008 and followed the eponymous hero as she explored life at a new boarding school in Malibu, California. A film follow-up called Zoey 102 came out in 2023. Spears' other TV roles have included All That and Sweet Magnolias.
She has also enjoyed success as a recording artist, releasing the song How Could I Want More, which made Billboard's Hot Country Songs in 2011.
Jamie Lynn is no stranger to reality series, having appeared on Special Forces: World's Toughest Test and Dancing with the Stars in the US earlier this year.
Who are the presenters of I'm a Celebrity 2023?
Just as they have been since I'm a Celebrity started 21 years ago, Ant and Dec will host this year's series.
Popular presenting duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly first found fame in the 80s-90s teen drama Byker Grove, before having a pop music career (as PJ & Duncan) with hits such as Let's Get Ready to Rhumble and If I Give You My Number.
As a duo, they have won the Best Presenter Award at the National Television Awards a record 22 times.
Where is the I'm a Celebrity jungle?
Just as it has been since the second series of I'm a Celebrity back in 2002 (excepting the years affected by Covid), the jungle is located in the Springbrook National Park, near Murwillumbah in New South Wales, Australia.
Who won I'm a Celebrity 2022
Former England footballer Jill Scott was the Queen of the Jungle in 2022.
Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner was the runner-up.
The 22nd series of the show also included rugby player Mike Tindall, radio DJ Chris Moyles, Culture Club singer Boy George and, most memorably, former Health Secretary Matt Hancock.