These famous names are making a late arrival into the jungle

I’m A Celebrity is about to get a dramatic shake-up with the arrival of two new campmates!

It’s been revealed that radio host Danny Baker and Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts will join the jungle camp on Wednesday, bringing the total number of celebs to 12.

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And whilst there had long been rumours of these two being part of the line-up, the news of Danny’s arrival is kind of unexpected – as he’s spent much of the past couple of weeks DENYING that he’s going down under on social media.

The 59-year-old posted on Twitter on 6 November: ‘Sitting here seeing I am going in the Jungle next week. Chums, the very idea is preposterous. And to people I’m now working with: calm down.’

He also joked: ‘To be fair, I did have talks with #IACGMOOH this year but when I said my luxury item had to be a case of white wine the f***ers backed out.’

This continued for some time and Danny cheekily referenced the rumours during the US election results last week.

‘Starting to wish I had gone in the Jungle now. In Australia its 8.30 tomorrow morning. I could tell you who the next President is. #Spoiler,’ he quipped before the outcome was announced.

Hmmm, something tells us this one will be a bit of a joker in the camp!

Meanwhile Martin, 53, has opened up about his impending arrival and admits he has a lot of fears over entering the jungle – namely that he could DIE there.

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‘It would be terribly embarrassing if they killed somebody,’ he tells The Mirror. ‘Imagine the insurance claims? It would be a nightmare! You think you’re going into a semi-sterile environment.

‘And then you meet Medic Bob and he makes it clear that it’s absolutely not the case and he goes through this list of things that are going to kill you.

‘He said: “They’re all going to kill you, it’s just how long it will take”. Terrifying.’

Yikes! Let’s hope that Danny and Martin have a relatively danger-free arrival into the jungle.