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Something from the Cellar: This year's I'm A Celeb... contestants

I'm A Celebrity... is back this week! So for this week's journey into the WWQT cellar, we're here with all you need to know about three of this year's Jungle-bound campmates.


Fred Sirieix talks to us about what lessons he's drawn from his years as everyone's maître d', while Josie Gibson talks us through a hugely difficult period in her life that she shared with Malin Andersson. Plus, we hear about the true realities of modern-day social media romance from restaurant critic powerhouse, Grace Dent!


You can listen back to these episodes in full right here: Fred Sirieix, Josie Gibson and Grace Dent


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