I’m a Celebrity 2018: Who is joining Harry Redknapp in the Jungle? 

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Former Pompey manager Harry Redknapp is about to enter the Jungle for this year’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here. 

The coach, who led Portsmouth the the FA Cup in 2008, was snapped catching a flight at Heathrow Airport over the weekend, heading to Australia. 

Harry Redknapp. Picture: Joel Anderson/ITV/PA Wire

Harry Redknapp. Picture: Joel Anderson/ITV/PA Wire

But who else will be joining him in the Jungle this year? 

Well ITV have now confirmed the full list of celebrities taking part in the show this year. 

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Here is who is taking part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here 2018

Joining Harry in the Jungle are: 

- DIY SOS host Nick Knowles

- John Barrowman

- James McVey of The Vamps

- Fleur East, pop star

- Former EastEnders star Rita Simons

- Coronation Street actress Sair Khan

- The Chase's Anne Hegerty

-  Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack

- Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer 

When will I’m a Celeb start? 

ITV confirmed that the popular reality competition will be returning on Sunday, November 18 – so just over two weeks away. 

In a tweet yesterday the broadcaster said: ‘You’ve got a hot date… with some creepy crawlies I‘m A Celeb is back.

‘Starts Sunday 18th November live on ITV.’ 

READ MORE: This is when I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here will return to our screens

Who will be hosting? 

Declan ‘Dec’ Donnelly will be returning to host the show as usual - but due to Ant McPartlin’s break from TV presenting he won’t feature this year. 

He will be replaced for 2018 by Holly Willoughby, ITV announced earlier this year. 

Who is Harry Redknapp? 

He is a football manager, who was a one-time favourite for the England job. 

Harry also famously led Pompey to victory in the FA Cup in 2008. 

Which clubs has Harry Redknapp managed? 

Since becoming a professional manager in 1983, Redknapp has managed the following clubs: 

1983–1992 – AFC Bournemouth

1994–2001 – West Ham United

2002–2004 – Portsmouth

2004–2005 – Southampton

2005–2008 – Portsmouth

2008–2012 – Tottenham Hotspur

2012–2015 – Queens Park Rangers

2016 – Jordan

2017 – Birmingham City

He is currently is an adviser to Central Coast Mariners and a director at Southern Football League club Wimborne Town.