I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Winners Where Are They Now?

I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Winners Where Are They Now?

I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here is a British reality television show that sees contestants live in the the jungle wilderness in Australia and compete in a number of challenges with the winner receiving the prize of being crowned King or Queen of the jungle.  The below post will explain where the I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here winners are now and what they have been doing since appearing on the show.

Tony Blackburn was a radio presenter and the winner of I'm a Celebrity series 1. After the show, he returned to presenting at Classic Gold, being suspended for playing too many Cliff Richard songs. He later moved to Radio 2 and a number of other BBC local Radio stations before being sacked in relation to investigations into Jimmy Saville and a conflict in uncovered documents regarding an alleged interview that Tony made that he denied happening. He now presents shows on Thames Radio and KMFM Kent.   Tony Blackburn
Phil Tufnell was a former cricketer and the winner of I'm a Celebrity series 2. After the show, he has forged a career in television. He was team captain on They Think It's All Over until 2005 and co-presented an ITV game show with Kirsty Gallagher. He appeared as a contestant on Strictly, lasting until the 9th week of the show. He is currently a team captain on A Question of Sport and appears frequently on the One Show.  He is also involved in charity work in both cricket and for children's charities.  Phil Tufnell
Kerry Katona was a former girl band member and the winner of I'm a Celebrity series 3. After the show, she split from Brian McFadden and later married Mark Croft before divorcing. She has had a number of personal problems including a stay at the priory clinic and filing for bankruptcy in 2013. She has continued her television career with an advert for Iceland, a number of reality shows  focusing on her life and has appeared on Celebrity Big Brother and Dancing on Ice. She returned to Atomic Kitten as part of the Big Reunion and has released a number of autobiographies.  Kerry Katona
Joe Pasquale was a comedian and the winner of I'm a Celebrity series 4. After the show, he did a number of comedy performances including a performance at the Royal Variety show. He has appeared and is due to appear in a number of west end shows including Monty Python's Spamalot and appears in panto every year. He presented The Price is Right on ITV and appears on Tonight at the London Palladium.  Joe Pasquale
Carol Thatcher was a journalist, daughter of prime minister Margaret Thatcher and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 5. After the show, she continues to contribute to a wide variety of magazines and newspapers. She also has had a number of television appearances including Most Haunted, Mummy's War and she also contributed regularly to The One Show between 2006 and 2009.  Carol Thatcher
Matt Willis was a member of boy band Busted and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 6. After the show, he hosted the ITV show I'm a Celebrity: Get Me Out of Here! NOW! with wife Emma Willis. He turned his hand to acting and appeared in the revival of Birds of a Feather and later in Eastenders. In 2014, Busted with McFly formed McBusted, touring and releasing an album before parting and Busted reformed releasing an album and touring in 2016. Matt Willis
Christopher Biggins was an actor and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 7. After the show, he won celebrity Come Dine with Me and appeared in a number of celebrity game shows including Celebrity MasterChef in 2014 and in comedy Psychoville. He took part in Celebrity Big Brother in 2016 but was removed from the house due to inappropriate comments he made in the house. He also continued to appear in theatre and pantomime and received the Lifetime Achievement award at the Great British Pantomime Awards.  Christopher Biggins
Joe Swash was an actor and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 8. After the show, he has appeared as a presenter on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, NOW!/I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp. He has also appeared on a number of television shows including Celebrity Juice and The Jump and has appeared in panto. He also broke a Guinness World Record for Pancake Throwing in 2009. He is currently dating Stacy Solomon.  Joe Swash
Gino D'Acampo was an Italian chef and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 9. After the show, he presented a number of day time cookery shows including  Let's Do Lunch With Gino and Mel and There's No Taste Like Home. He also launched a chain of pasta restaurants called My Pasta Bar and has released a number of cookery books to compliment each series of cookery show  Gino's Italian Escape. He regularly appears on This Morning and Celebrity Juice. He is a serial Guiness World Record holder with 5 records to his name, two were later beaten but he retook "The most ravioli made in two minutes" record again for a second time.  Gino D'Acampo
Stacey Solomon was an Xfactor contestant and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 10. After the show, she released a cover of Driving Home for Christmas that reached number 27 in the charts and later an album. She became the face of Iceland who were sponsoring the show and began tv presenting on shows such as Top Dog Model, Sing if you Can and I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Extra Camp. She also appeared regularly on panel show Loose Women and won £60,000 on The Chase. She has been dating fellow jungle winner Joe Swash since 2016.  Stacey Solomon
Dougie Poynter was the bassist for McFly and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 11. After the show, McFly joined with Busted to create super group McBusted and played a mega tour of the UK in 2014 and 15. He has appeared in catwalk shows and written for fashion magazine. Dougie and band mate Tom Fletcher wrote children's book "The Dinosaur that Pooped Christmas", which sold over 70,000 copies and other best selling titles. He is also involved in a number of environmental charity campaigns. He dated Frankie Sandford from the Saturdays and later Ellie Goulding before their split.  Dougie Poynter
Charlie Brooks was an actress best known for Eastenders and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 12. After the show, she returned to Eastenders as Janine from April 2013 to March 2014. She has appeared in theatre shows including A Streetcar Named Desire as Blanche, Sandra in Beautiful Thing and recently in How The Other Half Loves as Theresa.  Charlie Brooks
Kian Egan was a member of boy band Westlife and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 13. After the show, he returned the The Voice Ireland for 3 further seasons and co-presented Fat Pets: Slimmer of the Year with Angela Griffin. In 2014, he released solo album Home, which reached 2 in the Irish chart and number 9 in the UK chart. In 2015, he became a father again with Jodi Albert with  son, Zekey and son Cobi was born in 2017.  Kian Egan
Carl Fogarty aka Foggy was a Super bike Racer and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 14. After the show, he was awarded an Honorary title from the University of Central Lancashire and continues to support local charity North West Blood Bikes, for which he is a patron. He was airlifted to hospital after this years Dirt Quake bike event in Kings Lynn and suffered broken ribs, shoulder blade and a punctured lung. He announced he would be retiring from future biking events and continues to raise money for charity at various local events and biking events.  Carl Fogarty
Vicky Pattison was a reality tv star from Geordie Shore and winner of I'm a Celebrity series 15. After the show, she became a panel member on Loose Women and a team captain on It's Not Me, It's You and Virtually Famous. She co-presented I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp for the 2016 series of the show. She also writes a weekly column for new! magazine and appeared as the front of an Ann Summer campaign for positive body image. She is engaged to John Noble and due to appear on Say Yes to the Dress. Vicky Pattison
Scarlett Moffatt was a Gogglebox star and the winner of I'm a Celebrity series 16. After the show, she stopped appearing on Googlebox and split with boyfriend Luke Crodden, who also appeared on the show. She appeared as a panellist on Virtually Famous and presented dating show Streetmate. She has continued to work with Ant and Dec appearing as a co-presenter on Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp.  Scarlett Moffatt 
Georgia Toffolo was a Made in Chelsea star and the winner of I'm a Celebrity series 17. After the show, she joined the presenting team on This Morning. She was a backstage presenter on the 2018 National Television Awards. Georgia Toffolo 

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