Meet the Contestants: Part II
Jacqueline Jossa gained public renown for her role as Lauren Branning on Eastenders between 2010 and 2018. In February 2018, Jossa and on-screen sister Lorna Fitzgerald left the popular soap. Having won four soap awards, Jossa is most famous for her role in the soap. Listing her phobias as “insects, creatures, spiders – everything,” Jossa has maintained a distance from an outdoorsy lifestyle, insisting “I’m not that type of girl.” We can expect some great viewing from Jossa as she appears in this year’s I’m a Celebrity.
Son of Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp and Shirlie Holliman, who served as a backing singer for Wham!, Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp has entertainment and performance in his blood. Describing a very unique phobia of cotton wool, Roman has also stated that he’s not looking forward to trials in the dark! The radio DJ has also spoken of how he is constantly referred to as Martin Kemp’s son and hopes to establish his own identity before the public, through his appearance on I’m a Celebrity.
Former England international, and Wasps and Northampton Saints, rugby union player James Haskell is also married to Chloe Madeley, Richard and Judy’s daughter. The butch rugby player, since retiring from the game, has most recently embarked on mixed martial arts. While the tough man kept tight-lipped on his phobias, we expect some good viewing ahead, especially since the jungle is best known for making even the mighty crumble!
The darling of breakfast TV and longstanding Good Morning Britain anchor Kate Garraway is considered among the most popular figures on television today. Looking forward to “go in the jungle and fly the flag for the older woman,” Kate has confessed to a long list of phobias, “spiders, heights, being in a box covered with snakes,” what has Kate let herself in for?