I’m A Celeb WINNERS (and runners up) since the start of the series’

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by Emmeline Saunders, Harold Shiel and Tiffany Wallis |

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has given us nearly 20 years of glorious, glorious grimness - who could've foreseen the popularity of celebrities gurning as they stuff yet another anus down their throat?

Rumours surrounding I'm A Celeb 2021 have already begun so while we wait for it to return, let's take a look back at what the winners (and losers) of the jungle have been up to since their stint down under...

Check out: the past I'm A Celebrity winners and the runners up

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Following the relocation of I'm A Celeb 2020, it's been confirmed that the 2021 series will also take place in North Wales' lanmark Gwrych Castle.

Katie Rawcliffe, head of entertainment at ITV, said, "We've always said we have contingencies in place for the series if the Covid situation continued to bring uncertainty, and after a highly successful run at the castle last year we're pleased that we can return there."

I’m A Celeb boss Richard Cowles added, "We're excited to return to Gwrych Castle. The last series was a huge success and we were made to feel so welcome by everyone locally and can't wait to see everyone again."

How much do I'm a Celeb winners earn?

The team at OnBuy TV and Cinema have done some digging and come up trumps with the numbers on previous I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! winners.

They found that Vicky Pattison topped the list of winners' earnings from Instagram at an impressive £14,000 per post. Wowza.

At the other end of the spectrum, series one winner Tony Blackburn - the disgraced BBC pundit who lost his job at the Beeb after refusing to co-operate with the Jimmy Saville investigation in 2016 – is estimated to earn just £11.86 per post.

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