Who won I’m a Celebrity in 2019, 2018 and all the years before? Tony Blackburn and more
As the new series of Je suis une célébrité… Get Me Out of Here! looms closer, you might be wondering what became of previous winners.
Stars participating on this year’s series have arrived in Wales ahead of the launch episode, which will be broadcast this Sunday (21 novembre).
Among this year’s crop of celebrity contestants is Frankie Bridge, who is best known for her time in pop group The Saturdays, et Bonjour la Grande-Bretagne co-host Richard Madeley, who is already taunting viewers about the potential Bushtucker Trials.
Soap star Danny Miller (Aaron Dingle in Emmerdale) et ancien Venez danser strictement judge Arlene Philips are also joining the series.
Find out about previous winners and what they’re up to now, au dessous de:
Tony Blackburn (2002 gagnant)
Broadcaster Tony Blackburn was the first ever King of the Jungle after emerging victorious in the first series of I’m a Celeb. After making it out of the Australian outback, he carried on with his work at a number of radio stations.
Phil Tufnell (2003 gagnant)
After winning the second season of I’m a Celeb, retired cricketer Phil Tufnell went on to become a team captain on the quiz show They Think It’s All Over dans 2005, before leading a team on the BBC’s A Question of Sport.
Il est apparu en tant que candidat sur Venez danser strictement dans 2009, and continues to make regular appearances on The One Show and elsewhere as a sports pundit.
Kerry Katona (2004)
Kerry Katona famously became the face of Iceland supermarkets after becoming the first-ever Queen of the Jungle in 2004.
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She later made appearances on Celebrity Big Brother et Dancing on Ice, and has appeared as a guest on shows such as Femmes Lâches, Ce matin, et Bonjour la Grande-Bretagne.
Joe Pasquale (2004)
There were two series of Je suis une célébrité dans 2004. Kerry Katona won the first in February, while comedian Joe Pasquale triumphed in December that same year.
He has scored a job as the host of a rebooted series of The Price is Right dans 2006. He appeared on Dancing on Ice dans 2013, then again the following year for an All Stars series.
He voiced a rat character in Garfield 2, dans 2006.
Carol Thatcher (2005)
The daughter of Margaret Thatcher beat competition from the likes of Bobby Ball, David Dickinson and Blue singer Anthony Costa to win the 2005 séries.
She became a freelance contributor on The One Show after winning I’m a Celeb, but was dropped by the BBC after referring to a black tennis player as a “golliwog” during a private conversation with comedian Jo Brand and presenter Adrian Chiles.
Matt Willis (2006)
The Busted bassist hosted a spin-off I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here NOW! with his then-partner Emma Willis, a year after winning the 2006 séries. The show ran until 2008.
He has interviewed fellow celebrities on the red carpet and presented coverage for a number of awards shows, including the Brit Awards and the Baftas.
As an actor, he had a short-term role in EastEnders as the boyfriend of character Stacey Branning, and as a theatre performer in shows including West End productions Flashdance: La comédie musicale, et Wicked.
Christopher Biggins (2007)
The actor and TV presenter was a popular winner with I’m a Celeb fans in 2007, and has remained a regular fixture on British TV.
Dans 2016, he caused controversy and was removed from the Celebrity Big Brother house for making comments that were “capable of causing great offence to housemates and the viewing public.”
Joe Swash (2008)
le EastEnders star recently won this year’s series of Dancing on Ice, but before that he was crowned King of the Jungle on Je suis une célébrité dans 2008.
For the next decade, he was part of the presenting team on the I’m a Celeb spin-off show on ITV2. He has also appeared in various pantomimes.
Gino D’Acampo (2009)
The Italian chef managed to survive a number of gruelling challenges during his time in the jungle and remains a popular figure on TV cooking shows.
Stacey Solomon (2010)
Like previous winner Kerry Katona, Solomon became a face of Iceland supermarkets after being crowned Queen of the Jungle.
She has since presented a number of TV shows, and is a panellist on the show Femmes Lâches. She also served as a co-presenter on the Je suis une célébrité spin-off, Extra Camp. She is married to fellow I’m a Celeb winner Joe Swash.
Dougie Poynter (2011)
Boyband members seem to have a good time of it on reality TV. Poynter won in 2011 and went on to tour with McBusted, a “supergroup” boyband formed from Busted and McFly, and with his rock band, UNE.
Charlie Brooks (2012)
After winning the 2012 séries de Je suis une célébrité, les EastEnders star returned to continue playing antagonist Janine Butcher.
Brooks quit the show in 2014 and has since been heard narrating Channel 5 spectacle Botched Up Bodies. She also released a fitness DVD.
Kian Egan (2013)
Kian Egan was brought on as a coach on The Voice of Ireland following his win on I’m a Celeb.
L'année dernière, he reunited with Westlife for a special tour celebrating the band’s 20th anniversary. Westlife released a new album that same year, titré Spectrum.
Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty (2014)
The former motorcycle racer is one of the few winners who apparently shirked offers of endorsement deals and TV appearances after winning I’m a Celeb dans 2014, sticking mainly to charity work.
Vicky Pattison (2015)
L'ancien Ex On the Beach star was flooded with TV offers after becoming Queen of the Jungle in 2015.
She became a panellist on Femmes Lâches and also presented Je suis une célébrité: Extra Camp. She has written an autobiography and two novels, and appeared on a number of shows including Celebrity Coach Trip and Celebrity Masterchef.
Scarlett Moffatt (2016)
le Boîte à lunettes star won the hearts of I’m a Celeb fans everywhere for her performance, ultimately going on to be voted Queen of the Jungle.
She later scored a gig as a co-host on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, and recently appeared with her family in the controversial Channel 4 documentaire, The British Tribe Next Door.
Georgia Toffolo (2017)
Toffolo was one of the more controversial winners of Je suis une célébrité thanks to her devotion to MP Jacob Rees Mogg.
She joined Ce matin as a roving reporter after winning the show in 2017, but still makes regular appearances on Made in Chelsea, the show that made her famous.
Also on TV, she has appeared on Boîte à lunettes de célébrité et Celebrity Hunted. She released a book, Always Smiling, dans 2018.
Harry Redknapp (2018)
The veteran football manager’s coronation as King of the Jungle in 2018, where he beat popular actor John Barrowman, was watched by almost 11 million viewers. After winning the show, he went back to his football career.
Jacqueline Jossa (2019)
EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa was one of the more popular winners of Je suis une célébrité thanks to her unfiltered but endearing personality.
Earlier this month it was announced that Jossa is making her West End debut in a special, socially distanced performance of A Christmas Carol: La comédie musicale at the Dominion Theatre in London.
Giovanna Fletcher (2020)
The podcaster and author beat out fellow contestant Jordan North to be named the show’s first ever Queen of the Castle.
Fletcher, 35, might be best known as a host of the Happy Mum, Happy Baby Podcast, an audio show which earlier this year featured Kate Middleton’s first-ever podcast interview. She is married to McFly singer Tom Fletcher, who is currently competing on this year’s series of Venez danser strictement.
Je suis une célébrité 2021 launches on ITV on Sunday 21 novembre