The first two contestants tipped for the next season of I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! Australia have been revealed.
Married At First Sight’s Nasser Sultan and Rhonda Burchmore are the first stars believed to be heading to the South African jungle,
The fifth season of the Network Ten show is believed to start filming in January 2019, with hosts Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris both said to be returning.
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I’m A Celeb Australia first contestants revealed? MAFS’ Nasser Sultan and Rhonda Burchmore tipped to ‘head to the jungle’ for new season (Pictured: hosts Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris)
The publication claims that Rhonda ‘confirmed’ that she has previously been approached to star on the show twice.
Rhonda, 58, is a veteran entertainer in Australia and has been in the spotlight since her breakthrough role in The Pirmate Movie back in 1982.
Since then she’s dabbled with film, TV, stage and music throughout her career.
Pack your bags! Woman’s Day claims Rhonda Burchmore ‘confirmed’ that she has previously been approached to star on the show twice
Nasser hasn’t had such a lengthy showbiz career as his potential camp mate.
The 51-year-old reality star only found fame earlier this year as a groom on Married At First Sight’s fifth season – but has rarely been out of the spotlight since.
From tackling his trolls and selling selfies on Bondi Beach for $1 to his unique take on beauty blogging and regular interviews on KIIS FM, his profile is constantly rising.
And after previously jumping channels to appear on Network Ten’s Trial By Kyle pilot last month, I’m A Celeb could be a natural fit for Nasser.
When approached for comment by Daily Mail Australia, he said: ‘I’m not sure how I’d deal with the bugs but I’m open to offers if the producers are reading haha!’
He’s back on TV: Married At First Sight’s Nasser Sultan is also set to appear on the new season this January, the publication claims
His new home? And after previously jumping channels to appear on Network Ten’s Trial By Kyle pilot last month, I’m A Celeb could be a natural fit for Nasser
The magazine also claimed that due to ‘budget cuts’ the upcoming season will be considerably shorter this time round.
The first four seasons of the show has run for an average of 45 days.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Network Ten for comment.