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How to watch I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2019 online free in the UK and abroad

The 19th season of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here has officially finished. Here’s how to catch up for free in the UK and abroad

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is officially over for another year. On Sunday Jacqueline Jossa was crowned queen of the jungle after enduring three gruelling weeks in camp. Not far behind her was runner-up, Andy Whyment, and DJ, Roman Kemp, who came in third place.   

Before the final culling of celebs we saw the likes of Ian Wright and James Haskell leave. Whilst Ian was reportedly relieved to leave the jungle, James was visibly upset when saying goodbye to his fellow teammates.

Haskell said on his exit, “I got quite emotional, I thought there’s no way I could ever well up here but I did.” James and Ian join Adele Roberts, Andrew Maxwell and Cliff Parisi in the ever-growing list of evictees.

This year’s I’m a Celebrity has seen the return of host Ant McPartlin alongside his longtime pal Declan Donnelly. As always, the show is being followed up by I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp hosted by Emily Atack and Adam Thomas.

Read on for a full contestant line up and how to watch them all thrive (and survive?) in each other’s company.

How to watch I’m a Celebrity 2019 in the UK: ITV

Tune into ITV every night at 9pm to get your celebrity fix. You’ll also be able to watch on ITV + 1 if you don’t manage to catch the first showing. The show will be followed by I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp, which airs on ITV 2 soon after the show gets over.

We understand that keeping up with seven episodes a week for three weeks is difficult to maintain, and that’s where ITV Hub comes in handy. ITV’s online catch-up service, ITV Hub, allows you to get up to speed on all things Bushtucker whenever you like.

Catch up on ITV Hub

How to watch I’m a Celebrity abroad: use ExpressVPN

Unfortunately, all of ITV’s streaming and catch-up services are geo-blocked, which means that you won’t be able to access them abroad if you’re travelling out of the UK during the next seven weeks. This is where a VPN comes in handy. A VPN, or a virtual private network, gives you privacy when you’re browsing online. Your IP address is encrypted, your connection is tunnelled through other countries and your user logs won’t be stored. These methods all work together to give you complete anonymity while letting you access whichever websites and streaming services that you wish to use.

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Kate Garraway – Good Morning Britain and Smooth Radio presenter

Best known as being one half of the Good Morning Britain TV show, Kate Garraway is something of a national treasure. Unfortunately, Kate’s now going to be gracing our screens in a slightly different setting: eating maggots in Australia. Kate says she’ll miss not being able to check the news headlines about the latest Brexit developments. For most this would be a welcome distraction, but not for Kate – a true professional.

Caitlyn Jenner – Olympic gold medallist and TV personality

This will be round two for Caitlyn. Having already completed in the US version, she simply sees it as a great opportunity to leave everything behind for three weeks. I could think of better holidays myself but when you’re being paid a rumoured £500,000, I guess sleeping with snakes doesn’t seem so bad. Having rose to fame as an Olympic decathlete and part of the Kardashian clan, it’s fair to say that she’s overcome her fair share of challenges.

Nadine Coyle – former Girls Aloud singer

Nadine, one-fifth of Girls Aloud, is never far from controversy. She shot to fame on Pop Idol when she forgot her date of birth on the reality show. Maybe she can trump this memorable moment with a win in the jungle. “I really hope that by doing this, it pushes me so far out the comfort zone.” Sounds like fighting talk to us, let’s just hope she remembers her passport this time.

Roman Kemp – Capital FM presenter

Capital Radio will be one DJ down when Roman leaves for the jungle. Son of Spandau Ballet’s bassist, Martin Kemp, Ronan wants to make a name for himself in his own right, saying, “it would be nice for everyone to get to know me a bit better.” Strangely, some of Roman’s fears are unlikely to harm him in the jungle. “Some of the fears I have got are odd. I have got a strange fear of cotton wool. Why am I scared? It’s the texture and sound of it.”

Jacqueline Jossa – Former EastEnders actress (Queen of the jungle) 

Having played Laura Branning in EastEnders the majority of her career, Jacqueline is apprehensive about entering the jungle as herself. “I have never done a show where I have been myself.” For someone who “doesn’t do creatures,” this is going to prove rather difficult for Jossa. Maybe she can do the “get outta my pub” shtick to scare the roaches off? We’ll just have to wait and see.

Myles Stephenson – Rak-Su singer

Myles is likely to enter the jungle on a disappointing note when he realises that his dream campmate, Elton John, won’t be joining him. After the overspend on Caitlyn, ITV couldn’t stretch the budget enough for Elton, Myles, but there’s always next year! For those of you who are unfamiliar with Myles, he shot to fame when his group Rak-Su won X-Factor in 2017. We’re hoping for light entertainment in the form of Myles’ dulcet tones.

Andy Whyment – Coronation Street actor

Most famously known for playing Kirk Sutherland in Coronation Street, Andy Whyment is a familiar face to homes all over the UK. Despite his late entrance into the jungle Kirk has already proved very popular and is among the bookie’s favourite to win.