Here’s where I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here’s 22 winners are now

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  • Tony Blackburn
  • Phil Tufnell
  • Kerry Katona
  • Joe Pasquale
  • Carol Thatcher
  • Matt Willis
  • Christopher Biggins
  • Joe Swash
  • Gino D’Acampo
  • Stacey Solomon
  • Dougie Poynter
  • Charlie Brooks
  • Kian Egan
  • Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty
  • Vicky Pattison
  • Scarlett Moffatt
  • Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo
  • Harry Redknapp
  • Jacqueline Jossa
  • Giovanna Fletcher
  • Danny Miller
  • Jill Scott MBE
  • The wait for this year’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is almost over for fans of the hit reality series.

    With the 23rd series soon to hit screens, has taken a look back at the previous 22 winners and what they’ve been up to since their time in camp.

    Some have expanded on their careers following their jungle stints while others have overcome personal struggles over the years.

    From the very first series in August 2002 to last year’s episodes and this year’s South Africa all-stars special, many Kings and Queens of the Jungle have come out of the series.

    While some have remained in the public eye, other winners have moved on from their television careers completely.

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    Tony Blackburn

    The first ever I’m A Celebrity winner was jockey, singer, and TV presenter Tony Blackburn.

    Following his jungle win, he returned to radio. The 80-year-old has won two lifetime achievement awards the second of which was to mark 50 years in broadcasting.

    This year, Blackburn launched the digital music channel That’s 60s.

    Phil Tufnell

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    Former England cricketer Phil Tufnell won the hearts of the public during his 2003 appearance on the ITV show.

    After being crowned king of the jungle, Phil became a team captain on They Think It’s All Over before joining BBC’s A Question of Sport.

    In 2009, he took part in Strictly Come Dancing and made it to week nine.

    This year, he took part in the I’m A Celebrity spin-off series in South Africa.

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    Kerry Katona

    The first Queen of the Jungle came in series three with former singer Kerry Katona.

    The former Atomic Kitten star beat the likes of Jennie Bond and Peter Andre in 2004 to be crowned Queen after winning over viewers with her honesty and humour.

    Since the win, Kerry has taken part in several other reality shows such as Celebrity Big Brother, Dancing on Ice, and Celebs on the Farm.

    Kerry has faced various health battles and explained in her autobiography how she had been in and out of rehab since 2004 for cocaine and alcohol abuse.

    She was also diagnosed with bipolar in 2005. She is a patron of The Shannon Bradshaw Trust, which helps children with life-threatening conditions.

    Joe Pasquale

    2004 saw two series of the popular show, and comedian Joe Pasquale was the second of the year to be crowned winner.

    The show revived his television career and in 2005 he starred in ITV’s An Audience with Jo Pasqualie.

    He also appeared on Celebrity Dancing On Ice in 2013.

    Carol Thatcher

    Margaret Thatcher’s daughter, journalist Carol, was the next to be crowned queen in 2005.

    She has largely remained out of the limelight since but appeared on Most Haunted in 2007.

    However, she faced severe controversy in 2009. It came as Carol worked as a contributor to BBC’s The One Show.

    In February 2009, it was reported Carol had made racist remarks about a black tennis player.

    Presenter Adrian Chiles, comedian Jo Brand, as well as several journalists and guests were there and overheard her remarks.

    The BBC told Thatcher she would not be able to work on the show again unless she issued a sincere apology, which she refused to do.

    Matt Willis

    After his win, Matt and his now-wife Emma Willis returned to Australia to present I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Now!

    The following year, the couple were asked to return to do the same after they won a presenting award earlier in 2008.

    However, the popular duo was forced to give up their spin-off show due to the birth of their first child.

    Matt has struggled with drug and alcohol abuse and he and wife Emma filmed a documentary about it and Matt’s rehab stints, which was released this year.

    Matt and Emma trained with St John Ambulance during the pandemic to serve as vaccination volunteers.

    Christopher Biggins

    Christopher Biggins won the show in 2007 following his hilarious antics.

    Following the series, Biggins went on to star in several pantomime shows, and in 2017, he received the Lifetime Achievement award at The Great British Pantomime Awards.

    Joe Swash

    Former EastEnders star Joe Swash was the next King of the Jungle.

    From 2009, popular Joe was on the presenting team of spin-off show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Now!

    He co-starred with Caroline Flack, Russell Kane, Laura Whitmore, Rob Beckett and David Morgan.

    In 2016, the spin-off show was re-named I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp and saw Joe fronting the series with Vicky Pattinson then Stacey Solomon and Chris Ramsey in 2016.

    Joel Dommett starred alongside him from 2017 to 2018 and Scarlett Moffatt in 2017 and 2018. He left the show in 2019.

    In January 2020, Joe also won ITV’s Dancing on Ice.

    Joe started dating Stacey Solomon in 2016 after meeting on the I’m A Celebrity spin-off show and the couple married in 2022. They share three children together.

    Gino D’Acampo

    Italian chef Gino won the hearts of the nation in 2009.

    The show flung him further into the public eye and following his win, Gino has been a regular on ITV’s This Morning.

    Since 2013, the chef has fronted seven series of Gino’s Italian Escape.

    Since 2018, he has starred alongside Gordon Ramsay and Fred Sirieix in Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip, but the latest series, which aired in September this year, is thought to be the last.

    Stacey Solomon

    Bubbly Stacey was a huge hit with fans and after making it to the final of the 2009 series of X-Factor, she entered the jungle and won even more fans in 2010.

    Her career away from singing was launched following the show and she went on to present several TV shows such as Sing If You Can, The Love Machine, I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp and since 2016, Loose Women.

    She has a loyal fan base on social media who enjoy her wholesome posts showing her family life with her husband Joe Swash and their children, and thanks to her cleaning and organisation tips she launched Sort Your Life Out in 2021 A second series aired earlier this year.

    Dougie Poynter

    McFly star Dougie beat off competitors such as TOWIE’s Mark Wright to be crowned king of the jungle in 2011.

    He and McFly star Tom Fletcher released a children’s book the following year which went on to become the most popular debut children’s novel of 2012.

    He went on to release more children’s books of his own including Plastic Sucks!: How YOU Can Reduce Single-Use Plastic and Save Our Planet in 2019.

    Charlie Brooks

    EastEnders’ Charlie Brooks is best known for her decades-long role as villain Janine Butcher in EastEnders.

    In 2012 though, fans were delighted to find she was nothing like her iconic character and crowned her the winner of I’m A Celebrity.

    Since then, she has made several returns to the BBC soap, appearing in her 1,000th episode as Janine on February 10, 2022.

    Kian Egan

    Westlife’s Kian went on to be crowned king of the jungle in 2013.

    The Irish singer has gone on to take part in the band’s reunion since 2018 and released new music as Westlife in 2019.

    Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty

    After taking on the trials of the jungle with a calm attitude and making viewers and campmates laugh, Carl was crowned the 2014 winner.

    The final challenge saw him having to eat a huge cupful of live mealworms, two fried tarantulas, three live cockroaches, ostrich anus, and a camel’s penis.

    In July 2016, Carl was awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the University of Central Lancashire.

    Vicky Pattison

    Geordie Shore star Vicky became the next Queen of the Jungle in 2015.

    In December of the same year, she became a permanent panellist on Loose Women.

    She also went on to star in the I’m A Celebrity spin-off show Extra Camp.

    In 2018, Vicky joined the fourth season of the Australian version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, where she finished in fourth place.

    Scarlett Moffatt

    Scarlett joined I’m A Celebrity in 2016 after building a strong fanbase on Gogglebox.

    She went on to launch a TV career, presenting Streetmare in 2017 and hosting the backstage events of the National Television Awards in the same year.

    Also in 2017, she joined Ant and Dec in Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway but was dropped from her role in 2019.

    Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo

    Made in Chelsea star Toff showed the public a different side of herself in the 2017 series of I’m A Celebrity.

    The next year, Toff revealed she was writing a four-part series for romance publisher Mills & Boon.

    In 2023, she appeared in I’m A Celebrity’s spin-off reality series, I’m A Celebrity… South Africa, featuring an array of former contestants.

    Harry Redknapp

    Harry won the 2018 series, keeping viewers laughing and touched with his constant comments about his wife Sandra and his love of jam-roly poly pudding.

    He hasn’t taken part in many other reality shows but did feature in a 2021 episode of EastEnders as himself.

    Jacqueline Jossa

    EastEnders star Jacqueline won in 2019 despite some big names such as Ian Wright and Caitlyn Jenner also being in the series.

    She went on to advertise products on social media as an influencer.

    This month, it was confirmed Jacqueline would be reprising her role as Lauren Branning on EastEnders.

    Giovanna Fletcher

    The 2020 series saw a very different format thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Instead of flying to Australia, the contestants stayed in a Welsh castle for the series.

    Giovanna was crowned the first queen of the castle and went on to continue her writing and podcast hosting career.

    Danny Miller

    Emmerdale star Danny Miller became the second castle winner, with the show still being impacted by the pandemic in 2021.

    Danny was a new father at the time and has since focused his attention on his family, but just weeks ago returned to Emmerdale after a hiatus from the soap.

    Jill Scott MBE

    Footballer Jill enjoyed an incredible year in 2022. The Lioness not only won the Women’s Euros that year before retiring, she also went on to be crowned Queen of the Jungle.

    Since then, Jill has appeared as a pundit in men’s and women’s matches.

    Earlier this year, she became the first female player to captain England for Soccer Aid.

    I’m A Celebrity 2023 returns to ITV on Sunday at 9pm.

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