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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Former champions set to return to this year’s series for mystery task

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Former I’m A Celeb winner Joe Swash is set to return to the show (Credits: ITV / Rex Features)

Former I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! campmates are set to return to the 2020 series, it has been reported.

The names thrown into the mix so far, and will reportedly be returning to take part in a mystery task, are Joe Swash, Joey Essex, Charlie Brooker and Vicky Pattison.

TV presenter Joe, who previously hosted the spin-off show Extra Camp before it got axed, has reportedly agreed to play a part in the 2020 series.

‘Joe was one of the show’s most popular winners,’ a source began.

‘When they were looking at those to invite back, he seemed a no-brainer.’

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Joe won the show in 2008 (Picture: ITV)

EMBARGO, NOT TO BE USED BEFORE 21:00 04 Dec 2015 - EDITORIAL USE ONLY - NO MERCHANDISING Mandatory Credit: Photo by ITV/REX Shutterstock (5470762ec) Vicky Pattison in the Bush Telegraph 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 04 Dec 2015

We can’t wait to see Vicky back! (Picture: ITV/REX Shutterstock)

‘Just as with Vicky, Joey and Charlie, exactly what Joe will be doing in North Wales still remains to be seen,’ the source continued to The Sun.

Joe, who won the show in 2008, beating tennis star Martina Navratilova and Star Trek actor George Takei.

It is unclear what the former campmates will be doing at Gwrych Castle, as TV bosses are apparently keeping it all hush-hush.

It was also reported that they discussed putting them in the castle for a night and getting them to present a trial.

Either way, we need to see this!

This year’s celebrity line-up includes the likes of Vernon Kay, Sir Mo Farah and Beverley Callard.

On Monday’s episode, Radio 1 DJ Jordan North and soap star Shane Richie, took nine stars back to camp after being buried in a coffin with snakes.

Last night’s Bucktucker Trial, saw Vernon, Beverley and Jordan once again tackle the dreaded eating trial, and it’s safe to say they nailed it as they took 10 stars back to camp.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.


Credit: Original article published here.

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