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MAFS, Love Island & BIP Stars Rumoured To Be On IAC

It seems that the 2019 season of Channel Ten’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is going to be one massive reality TV show reunion with rumours suggesting that some of the contestants from MAFS, Love Island and Bachelor In Paradise are on the cast list!

NW are reporting that the jungle will be filled with some of our reality TV favs next year including Nasser from the most recent season of Married At First Sight and Tayla Damir from Australia’s first season of Love Island.

The publication has also claimed that some other MAFS favs such as Ryan Gallagher and Sarah Roza have also been approached by producers to take part in the show that sees stars pushed to their limits as they try to survive in the jungle and participate in some seriously tough challenges to earn their meals and other luxuries.

In terms of the Love Island cast, winner of the show Tayla Damir is not the only one who has been offered a contract! According to NW, I’m A Celebrity will attempt to bring back our fav love triangle with Tayla’s recent ex Grant Crapp, and his ex from the show Cassidy McGill also rumoured to be joining the cast.

And just incase that wasn’t enough reality stars for you, it’s also being reported that The Bachelor franchise favs Tara Pavlovic and Lisa Hyde are also being considered for a place on the show.

The official cast list for I’m A Celebrity has not been released yet and isn’t expected to be made public until November, but TV insiders have told NW that producers of the show are working hard to make this their best season yet.

And we have to say, with all of these names it sounds like it’s going to be pretty darn interesting! Not only will the Tayla and Grant drama be darn good TV viewing but watching Nasser try and survive in the Tucker Challenges when he couldn’t even deal with Gab’s apartment on MAFS will be absolute GOLD!

Although we have to say it brings into question the definition of ‘celebrity’ in this case. With past contestants including singer Shannon Noll, comedian Fiona O’Loughlin and actor Peter Rowsthorn, do you think reality TV show contestants really count as celebrities?

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