I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! 2022 Start date and time, cast and more

1 November 2022, 12:30 | Updated: 4 November 2022, 17:24

Ant and Dec parachute into the jungle from a helicopter in I'm A Celeb promo

By Jenny Mensah

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is on its way for 2022. Find out everything we know about the show so far.

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 is almost upon us.

The hit ITV celeb reality competition was forced to stay closer to home in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it's finally set to return Down Under this year.

So when does I'm A Celeb start this year? Find out everything we know about I'm A Celeb 2022 so far including when it starts, who's in the cast and where it will take place.

READ MORE: Watch the moment Chris Moyles revealed to the team he was doing I'm A Celeb

The cast of I'm A Celebrity 2022 includes Radio X DJ Chris Moyles
The cast of I'm A Celebrity 2022 includes Radio X DJ Chris Moyles. Picture: ITV

When will I'm A Celeb 2022 start?

It is believed that I'm A Celeb 2022 will start on Sunday 6th November from 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub. This is earlier than usual due to ITV's coverage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which begins on 21st November.

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here starts on 6th November. Picture: ITV

Who's in the cast of I'm A Celeb 2022?

  • Boy George, 61, Pop star and Culture Club legend
  • Mike Tindall, 44, Rugby Union Player and married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara Tindall
  • Owen Warner, 23, Hollyoaks star
  • Sue Cleaver, 59, Coronation Street star
  • Charlene White, 42, ITV newsreader and Loose Women anchor
  • Scarlette Douglas, 35, A Place In The Sun presenter
  • Jill Scott, 35, Retired England Lioness
  • Babatunde Aléshé, 36, Comedian, Gogglebox
  • Olivia Attwood, 31, Love Island star
  • Matt Hancock, 44, Former Tory MPGet our rundown of the celebrities taking part, their bios, their phobias and their Instagrams below:

Boy George, 61, Instagram: @boygeorgeofficial

Boy George is best known as the legendary singer of Culture Club.

His biggest phobias include "being scared". The vegan star believes his role in the house will see him become the "in-house dietician".

He sees his best attributes as being a "positive person" who doesn't "bear any grudges".

Boy George is taking part in I'm A Celeb 2022
Boy George is taking part in I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

Mike Tindall, 44, Instagram: @mike_tindall12

The former professional rugby player who is married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara Tindall said: "I haven't admitted to having any phobias but in a weird way, I am looking forward to taking part in the trials!"

He believes his role in the camp will be of a "morning motivator". He says his best attribute is being a positive person and that Samuel. L Jackson would be his dream campmate.

Mike Tindall is the first Royal Family member to take part in I'm A Celeb
Mike Tindall is the first Royal Family member to take part in I'm A Celeb. Picture: ITV

Chris Moyles, 44, Instagram: @chrismoylesofficial

Chris Moyles is set to star on I'm A Celeb 2022
Chris Moyles is set to star on I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

The Radio X presenter is finally headed into the Jungle! He's admittedly "petrified" of height, but reckons he will play the role of "entertainer" in the camp and cure his castmates' boredom.

We're behind you every step of the way Chris!

READ MORE: Watch the moment Chris Moyles told the Radio X team he was doing I'm A Celeb

Owen Warner, 23, Instagram: @_owenwarner

Owen Warner is joining the cast of I'm A Celeb
Owen Warner is joining the cast of I'm A Celeb. Picture: ITV

The actor and model, who currently plays Romeo in Channel 4's Hollyoaks is one of the youngest cast members this year. He says not having his twice a week haircut will be the biggest challenge he has to face on the show.

Owen has a phobia of snakes, but says he wants his family to vote for him to do every single trial.

Sue Cleaver, 59, Instagram: @officialsuecleaver

Sue Cleaver is in the jungle this year
Sue Cleaver is in the jungle this year. Picture: ITV

The legendary Coronation Street actress, who's most famous for playing the role of Eileen Grimshaw in the long-standing soap, is missing the birth of her next grandchild to appear on the show.

She says the pandemic and turning 59 made her reconsider doingI'm A Celebrity... and she believes she'll fulfil the "mum role" of the camp.

Charlene White, 42, Instagram: @charlenewhite

Charlene White is in the cast of I'm A Celeb 2022
Charlene White is in the cast of I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

The 42-year-old ITV newsreader and Loose Women anchor says: "It was fine until they mentioned big spiders crawl all over me when I am asleep. which has freaked me out!"

Charlene thinks her role in the camp will be of a "mum and a cook," she also hopes people will see that she's a "regular girl from South London who reads the news".

Scarlette Douglas, 35, Instagram: @missscardoug

Scarlette Douglas joins I'm A Celeb 2022
Scarlette Douglas joins I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

The presenter of A Place In The Sun, who's also known for her work on Worst House on the Street and George Clarke's Flipping Fest says: If I were crowned Queen of the jungle by the public it would be such a big moment for me."

She admits she's got an irrational fear of spiders, but says she always likes to "look at the positive side in life".

Jill Scott, 35, Instagram: @jillscottjs8

Jill Scott MBE takes part in I'm A Celeb 2022
Jill Scott MBE takes part in I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

Retired England footballer Jill Scott will be missing the Men's World Cup and hopes the lads will still be in the tournament when she comes out.

The MBE describes herself as a "hard worker" and says she hates rates and the thought of being underground.

Babatunde Aléshé, 36, Instagram: @babatundecomedian

Babatunde Aleshe joins I'm A Celeb 2022
Babatunde Aleshe joins I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

The 36-year-old comedian hopes he can provide humour in the camp and hopes he can break some tension.

The star, who's also known for his stint on Gogglebox admits he's scared of "absolutely everything" and he's dreading the trials.

Olivia Attwood, 31, Instagram: @oliviajade_attwood

Olivia Attwood is in the cast of I'm A Celeb 2022
Olivia Attwood is in the cast of I'm A Celeb 2022. Picture: ITV

The Love Island star and TV personality says her role in the camp would be the "clown," adding that she doesn't take herself seriously and has a good sense of humour.

She thinks a common misconception about her is that she "won't be able to cope without makeup" but she is "happy to muck in".

Matt Hancock, 44, Instagram: @matthancockmp

Matt Hancock has most recently been reported to head into the Jungle and according to report, he's been suspended as Tory MP for joining the cast.

Watch this space for official images and his profile.

Where will I'm A Celeb 2022 take place?

The show will return to its home in the Australian jungle.

READ MORE: Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart appear on I'm A Celeb

Get the schedule for I'm A Celeb 2022 so far here:

Episode 1: Sunday 6 November: 9pm - 10.45pm
Episode 2: Monday 7 November: 9pm - 10.30pm
Episode 3: Tuesday 8 November: 9.15pm - 10.30pm
Episode 4: Wednesday 9 November: 9pm - 10.20pm
Episode 5: Thursday 10 November: 9pm - 10.20pm
Episode 6: Friday 11 November: 9pm - 10.15pm

Who will host I'm A Celeb 2022?

The reality competition will be hosted by the one and only Ant and Dec.

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Who won I'm A Celeb 2021?

Danny Miller won I'm A Celeb in 2021, with runner ups Simon Gregson and Frankie Bridge.

Who won I'm A Celeb 2020?

Giovanna Fletcher won I'm A Celeb 2020 and became Queen of the Castle, with Jordan North and Vernon Kay as runner ups.

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I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here starts on ITV1 at 9pm on Sunday 6th November

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