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I'm a Celebrity Line 2018 cast 'confirmed' included Harry Redknapp and Vamps' James McVey; Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby will present this year's jungle show when it returns to ITV on November 18, and nine of the cast have been named.

Byline: Simon Meechan

A famous football manger and pop star are among the nine names 'confirmed' for the upcoming series ofI'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here.

The reality TV jungle show returns to ITV on Sunday, November 18. This year, Holly Willoughby will host alongside Declan Donnelly, with Ant McPartlin taking a break from the cameras as he focuses on hisalcohol addictionrecovery.

Former Queen of the JungleScarlett Moffatt, from County Durham, will present I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here: Extra Camp.

Nine of the cast members heading Down Under have been named, theSun reports.

They include former Spurs manager Harry Redknapp and Vamps musician James McVey.

One more as-yet-unamed celeb will be joining them on the launch night, with a further two contestants entering the Jungle on later dates.

The nine celebrities reportedly heading to the Australian Jungle for I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here 2018.

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Actress Rita is best known for playing Roxy in EastEnders between 2007 and 2017. She spent a decade as an Albert Square regular before her character was killed off.

A decorated football player and manager, Harry Redknapp was last in the dugout during his stint as Birmingham City manager in 2017.

The Londoner won FA Cups as a Portsmouth boss in 2008, and guided Spurs into the Champions League during a successful spell in the White Hart Lane hot seat.

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Presenter Nick Knowles is probably best known for DIY SOS, which has aired on the BBC since 1999.

The 56-year-old has also appeared on Who Dares Wins and Real Rescues.

Actress Emily Atack will be instantly recognisable to fans of The Inbetweeners. The 28-year-old from Luton played Will's love interest, Charlotte, on the hit comedy. She also competed on Dancing on Ice in 2010.

Singer Fleur East appeared on X Factor in 2005 as a member of girl group Addictiv Ladies, before returning to the show as a solo artist in 2014, finishing as runner-up. She reached number one on the iTunes chart with her X Factor rendition of 'Uptown Funk'.

James McVey sings and plays guitar for hit pop band, the Vamps.

The band found fame by uploading covers to YouTube and have since released three studio albums, and toured extensively.

Quiz whizz Anne is a fixture on popular game show, The Chase.

Anne is one of the 'Chasers', who contestants are tasked with outwitting, in both the UK and Australian versions of the Chase.

Known as 'The Governess', Anne has also appeared on the likes of Eggheads and Fifteen to One.

Sair Khan has played Alya Nazir on Coronation Street since 2014.

Before winning her Weatherfield role, Ayla was a receptionist at an advert agency in London.

Actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer, 20, is best known for his role in Holyoaks.

He plays Prince McQueen in the Chester-based soap.

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Rita Simons attends 'The Krays: Dead Man Walking' UK premiere at The Genesis Cinema on September 9, 2018 in London

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Harry Redknapp

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Emily Atack attends the BAFTA Children's awards at The Roundhouse on November 26, 2017

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The Vamps' Brad Simpson, Connor Ball, Tristan Evan and James McVey

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Sair Khan attends the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards

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Malique Thompson-Dwyer attending the Inside Soap Awards 2018 held at 100 Wardour Street, Soho, London
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