Aus Music Legends Revealed As ‘I'm A Celebrity…’ Contestants

4 January 2022 | 11:56 am | Staff Writer

“I’m crazy and silly enough that I said ‘yes’ to this show."

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has revealed its 2022 contestants, with two beloved Aussie music personalities entering the jungle.

Among the 10 names confirmed for the latest season of the reality show is radio and television presenter Dylan Lewis and country music star Brooke McClymont.

Lewis is of course famed for previously fronting the likes of Recovery and Video Hits and currently presents on Double J while playing in The Haploids.

“I guess having watched the series, yes, I’ve got a lot of fear now about going in there,” Lewis said in his ‘Just Before The Jungle’ interview.

“Having watched it I know what’s going to be in there and I don’t like it. What am I doing? I don’t like heights, bugs, eating yucky body parts with hairs on them. I don’t like germs, I don’t like strangers. And here it all is, in one place. And it’s where I’m going.”

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Meanwhile, Brooke McClymont is best known for performing as part of country music trio The McClymonts, and also makes music with her husband, Adam Eckersley.

Breaking the news via socials, McClymont said: “I’m crazy and silly enough that I said ‘yes’ to this show. Wish me luck – I’ll see you on the other end. Hopefully, I make it, I’m feeling confident, but I have absolutely no idea.”

McClymont has already stolen the show with the 'fart incident':

McClymont’s appearance was first teased in mid-December:

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Also revealed was Aussie comedian Cal Wilson alongside AFL legends Nathan Buckley and Derek Kickett, English TV personality Joey Essex, celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow, ‘fake influencer’ David Subritzky aka The David, Miss Universe Australia’s Maria Thattil, NRL icon Beau Ryan and Olympic swimmer Emily Seebohm.