Robbie Williams is one of the stars rumoured to be heading to Murwillumbah for the next series of UK reality show, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.
Robbie Williams is one of the stars rumoured to be heading to Murwillumbah for the next series of UK reality show, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.

Robbie Williams may rock M'bah

BRIAN McFadden, Janice Dickinson and even Robbie Williams are among some of the big names being thrown around for November's locally filmed I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

The popular UK reality show, shot in the forests of Dulguigan, or the “Australian Jungle” as it is known overseas, has attracted rampant rumours from British media in past weeks on who will appear in the show's ninth season.

Lifestyles of the rich and the famous will be thrown out the window for life in jungle conditions with competitions in bush tucker trials, which can include munching on crocodile eyeballs, scorpions and even kangaroo testicles.

According to Ireland Online, Brian McFadden is to appear on the show.

A source told the online magazine “Brian lost his profile in the UK after leaving Westlife. The jungle would be the perfect chance for a comeback.”

McFadden lives in Australia with his girlfriend, singer Delta Goodrem.

Self-confessed reality TV addict and singing sensation Robbie Williams has supposedly thrown his hat into the ring.

He told UK tabloid The Sun “I really like I'm A Celebrity. It'd be fun to go on.”

“I like to see how these shows are constructed, filmed and edited.”

Other contestants rumoured to be joining the set include former stage 'Oliver!' star Mark Lester, actor Brian Blessed, siblings of Michael Jackson, Tito and LaToya, glamour models Samantha Fox and Nicola T, snooker player Jimmy White and soap actress Kara Tointon.

Last year Star Trek star George Takei, glamour model Nicola McLean, nine-time Wimbledon champion Martina Nav-ratilova, Chelsea footballer Joe Col's fiancée Carly Zucker, singer and TV presenter Dani Behr, former Blue boy-band member Simon Webbe, actor Joe Swash and British politician Brian Paddick all took to the Tweed forest.

Contestants were voted off the show by UK viewers.

Swash emerged as the eventual winner last year.



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