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Joe Swash to make I'm A Celebrity return?

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I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2008 winner Joe Swash will reportedly appear on the new series of the show in a mystery role.

Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner Joe Swash has reportedly signed up for a mystery role in the current series.

The 2020 edition of the show is underway at Gwrych Castle in Wales - a relocation from the usual location of Australia due to coronavirus - with celebrity campmates including Sir Mo Farah, Shane Richie, Vernon Kay and Beverley Callard.

Last week it emerged that ITV has signed up former winners Charlie Brooks and Vicky Pattison, as well as 2013 campmate Joey Essex, for a mystery role in the new series.

According to The Sun, ex-EastEnders star Swash - winner in 2008 - has now been added to the mix and will make an appearance on the show in the next couple of weeks.

"Joe was one of the show's most popular winners," a source told the newspaper. "He absolutely walked his year, bagging nearly 70% of the final vote over Martina [Navratilova] and George [Takei].

"When they were looking at those to invite back, he seemed a no-brainer.

"Just as with Vicky, Joey and Charlie, exactly what Joe will be doing in North Wales still remains to be seen.

"All sorts of things have been discussed and he's game for anything. He knows the show inside out so who better to have on board. He is buzzing."

Wednesday night's show will see the campmates joined by two late arrivals - opera singer Russell Watson and stage star Ruthie Henshall.

> I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here's 20 best ever campmates

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Premier League Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Tottenham HotspurSpurs106312191221
2Liverpool106312217521
3Chelsea1054122101219
4Leicester CityLeicester106041914518
5West Ham UnitedWest Ham105231711617
6Southampton105231916317
7Wolverhampton WanderersWolves105231111017
8Everton105141917216
9Manchester UnitedMan Utd95131616016
10Aston Villa95042013715
11Manchester CityMan City94321511415
12Leeds UnitedLeeds104241517-214
13Newcastle UnitedNewcastle104241215-314
14Arsenal104151012-213
15Crystal Palace104151215-313
16Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton102441416-210
17Fulham102171119-87
18West Bromwich AlbionWest Brom10136718-116
19Burnley9126417-135
20Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd10019416-121
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