I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! reveals launch night cast

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! reveals launch night cast

After months of rumour and speculation, tonight 10 finally revealed the launch night cast of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! class of 2021.

Think you worked out all the celeb clues and hints? Give yourself a star if you guessed the below celebrities who entered the Aussie jungle.

Jack Vidgen. At just 14, this great singer rose to fame on Australia’s Got Talent. Followed by a stint on the 2019 season of The Voice, he’s back to find his own.

Paulini Curuenavuli. An ARIA Award winning singer and one quarter of mid-2000s pop group Young Divas, she was unmasked as Spider in the premiere season of The Masked Singer Australia.

Jess Eva. After first gracing our screens as a home renovator on The Block, she’s now kicking breakfast radio goals on Triple M Sydney and swapping her alarm clock for a body shock in the Aussie jungle.

Grant Denyer. While he might be pint sized, this TV Week Gold Logie winning host has taken on monster trucks and lived to tell the tale.

Toni Pearen. An actor, TV presenter and singer who burst onto our TV screens on soapie E Street. She’s back to shine her star from the inside out, hellbent on pushing herself outside her comfort zone.

Mel Buttle. She may get up on stage in front of crowds to tell hilarious stories, but this stand-up lady is nervous as hell going into the Aussie jungle.


Abbie Chatfield. Dubbed as the villain on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor Australia, this blonde bombshell is entering camp to set things alight.


Ash Williams. Appearing alongside Charlie Sheen in Anger Management, this comedian’s tussle with Tinseltown has him well trained for the Aussie jungle.


Travis Varcoe. This AFL Premiership winner is used to playing with birds and cats on the field but entering the Aussie jungle is like nothing he’s ever faced on the field.  


Nine celebrities all willing and hopefully able, to go the distance to win the cash for their chosen charity. Will they cut the mustard in the Aussie jungle? As we’ve been saying all along, you’ll just have to wait and see.