THE I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmates have started to settle into the jungle, which can only mean one thing – evictions are coming.
The phone lines are open from tonight (November 17), and it is only a matter of time before the public says goodbye to their least-favourite celebrity.
When is the first eviction on I’m A Celebrity 2022?
I’m A Celebrity 2022 will see its first eviction this Friday, November 18.
This is day 13 since the celebs set off to the Australian camp, which is typically the day when evictions begin.
Although Olivia Attwood had to leave the show early due to medical reasons, this will not change the usual eviction schedule.
Celebs will be voted off in turn, until a King or Queen of the Jungle is officially crowned.
Jill Scott is currently the favourite to win the show, but like always, we know quickly things can change in the jungle.
On his entry to the jungle, viewers anticipated a “revenge eviction” to kick Matt Hancock off the show once and for all.
However, it came as shock when a public vote revealed that along with Mike Tindall, the former health secretary had gained the most viewer votes to be the first camp leader, a contest he eventually won.
A source said: “The eviction will be bittersweet as it is always sad to see the first celebrity go.
“But it means that family and friends will have the experience of meeting their loved one on the famous bridge in the jungle as the series has returned to Australia.”
Who is in the cast of I’m A Celeb 2022?
The following contestants are taking part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 2022.
- Boy George – Pop star and Culture Club legend
- Mike Tindall – Rugby Union Player and married to Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall
- Owen Warner – Hollyoaks star
- Sue Cleaver – Coronation Street star
- Charlene White – ITV newsreader and Loose Women anchor
- Scarlette Douglas – A Place In HOAR presenter
- Jill Scott – Retired England Lioness
- Babatunde Aléshé – Comedian, Gogglebox
- Olivia Attwood – Love Island star (Left for medical reasons)
- Matt Hancock – Former Tory MP