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Tony Bellew And Frankie Dettori Teased As Late Arrivals To I’m A Celebrity Camp


It has been announced that Tony Bellew and Frankie Dettori will arrive late to the I’m A Celebrity…Take Me Out of Here! jungle.

In the ITV reality show “Scarena,” the jockey and former professional boxer will serve as camp coaches alongside the other ten celebrities, guiding the group into combat.

In a video montage, Italian Dettori—who abruptly announced his retirement late last year—said:

“My strength as a person, I am a fighter, I won’t lie to you, I can be quite moody sometimes when I lose so I don’t know what kind of Frankie is going to come out.”

“…I’ve been racing for 36 years in front of thousands of people, but this is my biggest challenge,” the 52-year-old added.

The reason Bellew, 40, is entering the jungle, according to him, is “because it’s a challenge, and guess what, I love a challenge.”

“I’m a serial winner, I hate to lose, I am not going to give in. I’ve faced many different things in my life now and the jungle is next, let’s see what you’ve got for me,” he added.

Upon concluding the Wednesday show, Anthony McPartlin, co-host, stated:

“There are more surprises on the way because at the end of the trial the celebrities will be split into two teams of five.”

While Declan Donnelly said: “Over the next couple of days those teams will be going head to head in trials and challenges and those trials will take place in a special area known as the Scarena.”

According to McPartlin, Dettori and Bellew, two “titans from the world of sport,” will coach each of the teams.

I’m Well-Known…Take Me Out of Here! goes on ITV and Virgin Media One.

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