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02 November 2019 12:34

Loose Women Nadia Sawalha United Kingdom

has been putting its 2019 line-up together and one of the celebs who could be going into the jungle is TV presenter Richard Madeley. However, in a recent interview with The Express, former This Morning presenter Richard said he will be in Australia this month when the show is due to launch. I'm A Celebrity 2019: Richard Madeley drops huge hint he's going into the jungle I'm A Celebrity 2019: Richard and Judy presented This Morning in September Richard said: "I find that I shall be filming in Australia for the middle act of the coming campaign, about as far away as you can get." Richard will go down as a hit amongst viewers as his recent return on This Morning, along with his wife, Judy Finnigan, created a real buzz. I'm A Celebrity 2019: Richard was 'Judy' in The Circle Back in 2017, the veteran television star appeared as a guest on spin-off show I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp where he took part in the renowned Bushtucker Trial. Get the biggest I'm a Celebrity stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email However, sometimes the explosive drama has come ahead of the show with some celebrities not stepping foot (for long) into the jungle as a result of allergies, addiction and scandal.

From soap actors to reality TV stars, here is a look at some of the celebrities who have been axed from the line-up before or days into the show. Stephanie, who has a fatal nut allergy, was tested ahead of the show which led to the news that her life could be in danger if she went in. According to the Daily Star, ITV bosses were told about her medical condition, and Stephanie was left gutted that she could not go down under. In 2017, The YouTube vlogger sensationally quit the show after just two days to be quizzed on allegations raised by the Mirror that he sent inappropriate messages to a 14-year-old fan. Spencer shared: "Why did I leave I'm a Celebrity?

She said: "I think that I'm going to find it extremely tough; like every time I think about it, I feel sick, actually. There was a second departure in the 2014 series by Coronation Street star Craig Charles. An ITV source confirmed at the time: "Craig was told the sad news earlier today. He was devastated and decided to leave straight away, but did stop to say his goodbyes to his fellow celebrities. *I'm A Celebrity 2019 launches on Sunday November 17 at 9pm on ITV I'm A Celebrity is now just a matter of days away as the line-up has been confirmed (though yet to be revealed) and start date announced.

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We are yet to discover the full line-up - but rumour has it Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway and Coronation Street star Alan Halsall will both be entering the jungle. But sometimes some celebrities sign up and don't even make it into the jungle - and here are a few of them. Collins announced she was going claiming the rigours of jungle life was not for her. A TV source said: "Losing Craig and Gemma in the space of 48 hours would be a nightmare for ITV." Unfortunately their nightmare became a reality when Craig decided to leave once he was told about the tragic news. Heartbroken Craig Charles was given an emotional send-off from the I'm a Celebrity jungle today after the death of his beloved brother. On leaving the camp an emotional Charles said: "I'm out of here, guys... YouTube star Jack Maynard broke his silence in 2017 following his departure from the I'm A Celebrity... In a YouTube video, the social media star confirmed he was back in London, saying: "The least you deserved was for me to come home and sit down and talk to you and explain everything that has been going on. Spencer Matthews quit I'm A Celebrity because of a secret addiction to steroids. Spencer said: "Why did I leave I'm a Celebrity? He said: "Shortly after I arrived in Australia I told the production team that I was taking a steroid-based medication that had begun some weeks ago. "I had intended to come off the pills gradually, but there was no time to do this before I reached the jungle. "My admission to the production team that I was still taking these pills led to the conclusion that it would be unsafe for me to stay in the jungle - a decision which I found extremely hard to stomach. Stephanie Davis quit I'm A Celebrity the day before she was due to fly out to Australia. The former soap star was told by medics that she couldn't take part in the ITV series as a stint in the jungle could kill her. Stephanie has a fatal nut allergy and during tests ahead of the show the news was revealed that her life could be in danger if she went in. According to the Daily Star, ITV bosses were told about her medical condition, and it has left Stephanie gutted that she can no longer go down under.