I’m A Celebrity ages: This is how old all of the 2020 campmates are
Beverley is the eldest this year
After watching the current I’m A Celebrity contestants living their back to basics lives every single night in the castle, it’s no surprise you’re probably Googling everything about them – from their ages, to the scandalous things that got them in the papers.
We’ve found out everything about the current lineup, from Ruthie’s wild nights in Buckingham Palace to Hollie being an MBE don’t you know. So here’s something else to add to the list, these are all the ages of the current I’m A Celebrity contestants.
Sir Mo Farah is 37-years-old. The Olympic champion received his knighthood in 2017, when he was 34.
TV presenter, Vernon Kay, is 46-years-old. He started his career as a model before turning to TV, hosting T4 on Channel 4 from 2000 until 2005.
Corrie legend, Beverley Callard, is the eldest of all the current I’m A Celebrity campmates, aged 63. She started playing Liz McDonald on Coronation Street in 1989.
Strictly professional AJ Pritchard is the youngest of the boys taking part this year. He was born in 1994, with the full name Alex Joseph Pritchard.
Neon Jungle singer Jessica Plummer is 28-years-old. She was a member of the pop group from 2013 and joined EastEnders in 2019.
Victoria Derbyshire was born in October 1968, making her 52-years-old. She’s been on our TVs as a journalist and presenter since 1993. Previous to that, she studied English language and literature at University of Liverpool.
TV and stage actor Shane Richie is the eldest male on I’m A Celebrity this year. He’s 56-years-old and played Alfie Moon in EastEnders on and off between 2002 and 2019.
Paralympian Hollie Arnold is the youngest female contestant, at age 26. Her first Paralympics was in Beijing in 2008, when she was just 14 years old and she went on to compete in London in 2012, and Rio in 2016. She won gold in Rio, setting a new world record at the same time.
35-year-old Giovanna Fletcher is definitely the mother of the group this year. The author and podcaster has been married to Tom from McFly since 2012 and they have three children together.
Radio host and DJ, Jordan North, is 30. He started his radio career after graduating from the University of Sunderland. His first job was a producer and researcher at BBC Radio 5 Live and he joined BBC 1 as a host in 2014.
Tenor singer, Russell Watson, was born in November 1966 and is 54-years-old. He came to attention in 1999 when he sang the national anthem at the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.
Ruthie Henshall was born in March 1967, as Valentine Ruth Henshall. She was married from 2004 to 2010 and has two daughters.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is back on ITV1 tonight. Previous episodes are available on demand.