Meet the contestants of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2024

These stars are in for a rough ride!
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It’s finally time! We are back with another season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia, marking the first season since Dr Chris Brown left Channel 10.

The 10th season is hosted by Julia Morris and Robert Irwin and premiered on Channel 10 on March 24, 2024.

WATCH: I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here Australia 2024 Trailer.

The clues revealed that everyone from a Hollywood child star to an international stage sensation would be taking part in the challenges and tucker trials… but did fans guess correctly when it came to predicting which celebs would be dropped in the jungles of South Africa?

Keep scrolling to see the 2024 I’m A Celeb contestants and all the charities they are competing for…

Denise Drysdale. (Credit: Channel Ten)

Denise Drysdale

With a career spanning more than 50 years, entertainment icon Denise Drysdale entered the jungle as an intruder contestant on I’m A Celeb a week after her fellow contestants did.

“I watch the show a lot and, the last two years, I’ve seen people make really great friendships. You really get to know someone in that situation, and I think the friendships they’ve developed and kept are just wonderful. As you get older, it’s harder to make friends,” she said ahead of her grand entrance.

Read our exclusive interview with Denise here.

The Clue: National Treasure

The Charity: Gotcha4Life

Brittany Hockley. (Credit: Channel 10)

Brittany Hockley

Brittany has become one of The Bachelor’s most recognised faces after her stint on the popular reality TV show back in 2018.

In the years she’s gone on to achieve a successful career in media, co-hosting popular podcast Life Uncut with fellow Bachelor alum Laura Byrne, as well as sharing the mic with Laura and radio personality Mitch Churi on KISS FM’s national drive show THE PICK UP.

Not sure I’ve ever been overwhelmed with so many feelings before. I’m excited, nervous, petrified, anxious, and super pumped all at once! And somehow, I’m already hungry!! Lessssssgo!!” she said, speaking on the announcement.

The Clue: Radio Host.

The Charity: RizeUp Australia

Candice Warner. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Candice Warner

As one-half of Australia’s most famous sporting power couples, married to former cricketer David Warner, Candice is no stranger to the spotlight.

She’s a champion Ironwoman and has previously tackled the Middle East as a contestant on SAS Australia: Who Dares Wins in 2020, but will she be able to tackle everything the jungle has in store? 

The Clue: Ironwoman

The Charity: Dolly’s Dream

Callum Hole. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Callum Hole

He’s gone viral for his hijinks and silly sayings on season four of Love Island Australia, and shortly after Love Island Games, and now this Welshman has taken his rig to the jungle where more hilarity is sure to ensue.

The Clue: Reality TV Star.

The Charity: Movember

Ellie Cole. (Credit: Channel Ten)

Ellie Cole

This 32-year-old is likely the most excited to be headed to the jungle this season given she is a self-confessed I’m A Celeb superfan!

As Australia’s most decorated female Paralympian, Ellie is always up for a challenge, and we sure can’t wait to see this can-do attitude put to the test in South Africa.

The Clue: Gold Medallist.

The Charity: Challenge

Frankie Muniz. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Frankie Muniz

For those who don’t recognise Frankie all grown up, the now 38-year-old shot to global fame when he was just 13 in the iconic early 2000’s sitcom Malcolm in the Middle (2000 – 2006). 

From there he starred in several movies such as Agent Cody Banks (2003) and Racing Stripes (2005) and even played drums in the band Kingsfoil before putting his acting career on hold to pursue a career in racecar driving!

The Clue: Child Star

The Charity: Dementia Australia

Michelle Bridges. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Michelle Bridges

Best known for her time as a trainer on The Biggest Loser Australia, Michelle has gone on to become one of the nation’s most famous fitness trainers. 

But will she be able to whip herself into shape and survive everything South Africa throws her way?

The Clue: Fitness Guru

The Charity: Women’s Community Shelters

Khanh Ong. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Khanh Ong

After shooting to fame on season ten of MasterChef Australia in 2018, Khanh has become a fan favourite on the foodie scene, sharing his culinary creations on social media with his 320,000 followers. 

After starring on Australian Survivor: Blood vs Water in 2022, Khanh may be better equipped than the other celebs in the art of “doing it tough.”

The Clue: Celebrity Chef.

The Charity: Minus18Youth

Peter Daicos. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Peter Daicos

Also known as the “Magician” and the “Macedonian Marvel”, Peter had an incredible 549-goal, 15-year career in AFL which earned him a place in the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 1999.

In the 20-something years since his retirement, Peter has become a highly sought-after speaker and presenter, but it remains to be seen if his time in the jungle will him a coveted spot in the jungle’s very own hall of fame.

The Clue: AFL Legend

The Clue: Flicker of Hope

Skye Wheatley. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Skye Wheatley

After shooting to fame on Big Brother in 2014, this mum of two has had a successful career as a social media influencer, sharing every aspect of her life with her hundreds of thousands of followers.

It does remain to be seen how she will go without her creature comforts though!

The Clue: Mega Influencer.

The Charity: Bully Zero

Stephen K. Amos. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Stephen K. Amos

This award-winning stand-up comedian from the United Kingdom is used to being a star both on stage and on screens and now will bring his signature jovial comedy style to the jungle. 

With a fear of heights and creepy crawlies, we are sure hilarity will ensue when Stephen is forced to face his fears.

The Clue: International Comedian.

The Charity: Banksia Palliative Care Service

Tristan MacManus. (Credit: Channel Seven)

Tristan MacManus

He’s swapped the studio lights of Studio 10 for the jungle, but will this father of three’s long and illustrious career in showbiz and on stages across the world keep him afloat in the wilds of South Africa?

The Clue: TV Host.

The Charity: Little Legs Foundation

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