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Was watching an episode of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? just now and noticed that the mother of Angela looked like absolute shit. Went online to Google her name to see if she could be a possible DDP pick and found out she died in February. So, spoiler for the rest of the season.

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On ‎22‎/‎08‎/‎2019 at 12:07, Spade_Cooley said:

Did we all miss the update on Julian "First Dates" Fiano? Apparently still undergoing chemo according to this story, so he should make 2020.

Recent update on Julian Fiano: https://inews.co.uk/news/cancer-mental-health-depression-anxiety-first-dates-julian-fiano-459368

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8 minutes ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Alaskan Bush People star Ami Brown's brother Rene finally enters hospice

Well, I'm uncomfortably close to hitting the "haha" emoji button

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20 hours ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Alaskan Bush People star Ami Brown's brother Rene finally enters hospice

Dead. Rene.

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Was I the only one keeping tabs on the mother of Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause? Well she died last week and, in a move sure to aggrieve traditionalists, she got a QO.

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Charlie Balducci aka Charie B., star of MTV's The True Life: I'm Getting Married, has died. He was 44. Charlie and his wife Sabrina Balducci appeared on the MTV series back in 2001, where cameras documented their journey to the altar.

 

https://www.eonline.com/news/1174005/mtv-true-life-star-charlie-balducci-dead-at-44

 

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58 minutes ago, alt obits guy said:

Charlie Balducci aka Charie B., star of MTV's The True Life: I'm Getting Married, has died. He was 44. Charlie and his wife Sabrina Balducci appeared on the MTV series back in 2001, where cameras documented their journey to the altar.

 

https://www.eonline.com/news/1174005/mtv-true-life-star-charlie-balducci-dead-at-44

 

One Wedding & a Funeral

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Hm, how did I miss this a whole month... Caitlyn Jenner, the former husband of Kris Jenner, and olympic champion, has regular battles with skin cancer:

https://www.survivornet.com/articles/caitlyn-jenner-70-reveals-recurrent-skin-cancer-chemo-cream-use-in-new-makeup-tutorial-sunscreen-wasnt-on-anybodys-radar/

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Sad Reality TV existence Molly-Mae Hague of "Love Island" "fame" has had a cancerous mole. And after the first operation, the news weren't as positive as she expected:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/12972267/molly-mae-hague-cancer-halloween/

 

She even had to cancel her Halloween plans.

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Great British Bake Off contestant from 2014, Luis Troyano, reported dead from oesophageal cancer:

 

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1 hour ago, alt obits guy said:

An unnamed contestant on the reality game show Wipeout has died after competing in the obstacle course portion of the program. The show has paused tapings until after American Thanksgiving.

 

https://www.cnn.com/2020/11/20/entertainment/wipeout-death/index.html

 


Named: Tom Sparks 

 

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With it back on TV and having watched most series of it to my shame, I got thinking about who had been on I'm a Celebrity over the years, so thought I'd do a master list so we can keep track. It's taken a few days and there is a huge amount of utter dross on here that are such celebrities they might not even get a QO as and when they eventually go. Obviously, many of them won't die for quite a while but we've already lost somebody in the 40+ category and we've lost 5 in total. Some prime fodder here for a theme team, too, if someone is so inclined. Considering doing similar for Strictly, when I've regained my strength... :sleep:

 

(Oh, and don't shout at me for my descriptions, I've basically gone for something they're known for, although I know several of them have other strings to their bow!)

 

80+

George Takei (Actor, 'Star Trek') - 20/4/37 - Third, Series 8

Tommy Cannon (Comedian, 'Cannon and Ball') - 27/6/38 - Series 5

George Hamilton (Film Actor) - 12/8/39 - Series 9

Esther Rantzen (TV Presenter, 'That's Life') - 22/6/40 - Series 8

Stanley Johnson (Boris's dad) - 18/8/40 - Series 17

David Dickinson (Antiques Expert) - 16/8/41 - Series 5

70+

Jan Leeming (Newsreader) - 5/1/42 - Series 6

Kim Woodburn (Cleaner, 'How Clean is Your House?') - 25/3/42 - Runner-up, Series 9

Robert Kilroy-Silk (Politician, Talk Show Host) - 19/5/42 - First Out, Series 8

Britt Eklund (Film Actress) - 6/10/42 - Series 10

Stefanie Powers (Actress, 'Hart to Hart') - 2/11/42 - Series 11

Willie Carson (Jockey) - 16/11/42 - Series 11

Freddie Starr (Comedian) - 9/1/43, d. 9/5/19 - First Out, Series 11

Tony Blackburn (Radio DJ) - 29/1/43 - Winner, Series 1

Arlene Phillips (Choreographer and former Strictly judge) - 22/5/43 - First Out, Series 21

Colin Baker (Actor, '6th Doctor in Doctor Who') - 8/6/43 - Series 12

Bobby Ball (Comedian, 'Cannon and Ball') - 28/1/44, d. 28/10/20 - Series 5

Faith Brown (Comedian and Impressionist) - 28/5/44 - Series 6

Rodney Marsh (Footballer) - 11/10/44 - Series 7

Laila Morse (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 1/8/45 - Series 13

Michael Buerk (Journalist) - 18/2/46 - Series 14

Antonio "Huggy Bear" Fargas (Actor, 'Starsky and Hutch') - 14/8/46 - Series 4

Edwina Currie (Politician and Writer) - 13/10/46 - Series 14

Uri Gellar ("Illusionist") - 20/12/46 - First Out, Series 1

Janet Street-Porter (Journalist and Broadcaster) - 27/12/46 - Series 4

Mike Read (Radio DJ) - 1/3/47 - First Out, Series 3

Harry Redknapp (Football Manager) - 2/3/47 - Winner, Series 18

Larry Lamb (Actor, 'EastEnders') - 1/10/47 - Series 16

Sheila Ferguson (Singer, 'The Three Degrees') - 8/10/47 - Series 4

Lynne Franks (PR Consultant) - 16/4/48 - Series 7

Wayne Sleep (Dancer) - 17/7/48 - Series 2

Christopher Biggins (Actor, 'Porridge') - 16/12/48 - WInner, Series 7

Noel Edmonds (TV Presenter) - 22/12/48 - First Out, Series 18

Duncan Bannatyne (Entrepreneur, 'Dragon's Den') - 2/2/49 - Series 15

Lady Colin Campbell ("Socialite") - 17/8/49 - Series 15

Jilly Goolden (Wine Critic, 'Food and Drink') - 28/9/49 - Series 5

Caitlyn Jenner (Olympic Gold Medal Decathlete once...) - 28/10/49 - Series 19

Christine Hamilton ("TV Personality", wife of Neil) - 10/11/49 - Third, Series 1

Joe Bugner (Boxer) - 13/3/50 - Series 9

Jenny Bond (Journalist, Royal Correspondent) - 19/8/50 - Runner-up, Series 3

Vicki Michelle (Actress, 'Allo, Allo') - 14/12/50 - Series 14

Rosemary Shrager (Chef) - 21/1/51 - Series 12

Anthony Worrall Thompson (Chef) - 1/5/51 - Series 2

Lorraine Chase (Actress, 'Emmerdale') - 16/7/51 - Series 11

Nigel Havers (Actor, 'Chariots of Fire') - 6/11/51 - First Out, Series 10

60+

Lord Charlie Brocket ("Playboy?") - 12/2/52 - Series 3

David Emanuel (Fashion Designer, Princess Di's Wedding Dress) - 17/11/52 - Runner-up, Series 13

David Gest ("Producer") - 11/5/53, d. 12/4/16 - Series 6

Carol Thatcher (Maggie's Daughter) - 15/8/53 - Winner, Series 5

Janice Dickinson (Model) - 16/2/55 - Runner-up, Series 7

Timmy Mallett (Children's TV Presenter) - 18/10/55 - Series 8

John Lydon ('Johnny Rotten', Sex Pistols) - 31/1/56 - Series 3

Richard Madeley (TV Presenter) - 13/5/56 - Series 20

Martina Navratilova (Tennis Player) - 18/10/56 - Runner-up, Series 8

David Van Day (Singer, 'Dollar') - 28/11/56 - Series 8

Beverley Callard (Soap Actress, 'Coronation Street') - 28/3/57 - Series 20

Eric Bristow (Darts Player) - 25/4/57, d. 5/4/18 - Series 12

John Burton-Race (Chef) - 1/5/57 - Series 7

Nadine Dorries (Politician) - 21/5/57 - Series 12

Danny Baker (TV and Radio Presenter) - 22/6/57 - First Out, Series 16

Steve Davis (Snooker Player) - 22/8/57 - Series 13

Linda Robson (Actress, 'Birds of a Feather') - 13/3/58 - Series 12

Brian Paddick (Politician) - 24/4/58 - Series 8

Toyah Wilcox (Pop Singer) - 18/5/58 - Series 2

Paul Burrell (Butler/Diana Whisperer) - 6/6/58 - Runner-up, Series 4

Sian Lloyd (Weather Presenter) - 3/7/58 - First Out, Series 2

Anne Hegerty (Quizzer, 'The Chase') - 14/7/58 - Series 18

Crissy Rock (Actress, 'Benidorm') - 23/9/58 - Series 11

Limahl (Singer, 'Kajagoogoo') - 19/12/58 - Series 12

Vic Reeves (Comedian, 'Reeves and Mortimer') - 24/1/59 - Series 4

Annabel Giles (TV Presenter) - 20/5/59 - First Out, Series 13

Gillian McKeith (Nutritionist) - 28/9/59 - Series 10

Jenny Eclair (Comedian) - 16/3/60 - Third, Series 10

Cliff Parisi (Actor, 'Call the Midwife') - 24/5/60 - Series 19

Tony Hadley (Singer, 'Spandau Ballet') - 2/6/60 - Series 15

Linford Christie (Olympic Gold Medal Athlete) - 2/4/60 - Series 10

Carol Vorderman (TV Presenter, 'Countdown') - 24/12/60 - Series 16

Fatima Whitbread (Olympic Silver Medal Javelin Thrower) - 3/3/61 - Third, Series 11

Brian Conley (Comedian) - 7/8/61 - First Out, Series 12

Joe Pasquale (Comedian) - 20/8/61 - Winner, Series 4

Pat Sharp (Children's TV Presenter) - 25/10/61 - Series 11

Linda Barker (Interior Designer/Teapot Smasher, 'Changing Rooms') - 26/10/61 - Third, Series 2

50+

Jimmy White (Snooker Player) - 2/5/62 - Third, Series 9

Susannah Constantine ("Fashion Guru", 'What Not to Wear') - 3/6/62 - Series 15

Shaun Ryder (Singer, 'Happy Mondays') - 23/8/62 - Second, Series 10

Nick Knowles (TV Presenter, 'DIY: SOS') - 21/9/62 - Series 18

John Fashanu (Footballer) - 18/12/62 - Runner-up, Series 2

Jimmy Osmond (Singer, 'The Osmonds') - 16/4/63 - Series 5

Martin Roberts (TV Presenter, 'Homes Under the Hammer') - 20/7/63 - Series 16

Ian Wright (Footballer) - 3/11/63 - Series 19

Nigel Benn (Boxer) - 22/1/64 - Series 1

Anna Ryder Richardson (Interior Designer, 'Changing Rooms') - 29/1/64 - Series 7

Shane Ritchie (Actor, 'EastEnders') - 11/3/64 - Series 20

Craig Charles (Actor, 'Red Dwarf') - 11/7/64 - Series 14

Lembit Opik (Politician) - 2/3/65 - Series 10

Carl "Foggy" Fogarty (World Superbike Champion) - 1/7/65 - Winner, Series 14

Matthew Wright (TV Presenter, 'The Wright Stuff') - 8/7/65 - Series 13

Sheryl Gascoigne (Gazza's wife) - 24/9/65 - Series 10

Rhona Cameron (Comedian, TV Presenter) - 27/9/65 - Series 1

Malandra Burrows (Soap Actress, 'Emmerdale') - 4/11/65 - Series 6

Samantha Fox (Model) - 15/4/66 - Series 9

Phil Tufnell (Cricketer) - 29/4/66 - Winner, Series 2

Chris Eubank (Boxer) - 8/8/66 - Series 15

Russell Watson (Opera Singer) - 24/11/66 - Series 20

Elaine Lordan (Actress, 'EastEnders') - 15/12/66 - First Out, Series 5

Dennis Wise (Footballer) - 16/12/66 - Series 17

David Ginola (Footballer) - 25/1/67 - Series 21

Justin Ryan (Interior Designer, 'Colin and Justin') - ?/2/67 - Series 9

Ruthie Henshall (West End Star) - 7/3/67 - Series 20

John Barrowman (Actor, 'Doctor Who/Torchwood') - 11/3/67 - Third, Series 18

Kate Garraway (TV Presenter, 'GMTV' and 'Good Morning Britain') - 4/5/67 - Series 19

Lauren Booth (Cherie Blair's sister) - 22/7/67 - Series 6

Dom Joly (Comedian, 'Trigger Happy TV') - 15/11/67 - Series 10

Colin McAllister (Interior Designer, 'Colin and Justin') - ?/1/68 - Series 9

Neil "Razor" Ruddock (Footballer) - 9/5/68 - Series 3

Jason Donovan (Singer and Actor, 'Neighbours') - 1/6/68 - Third, Series 6

Adam Woodyatt (Soap Actor, Ian Beale in 'EastEnders') - 28/6/68 - Series 21

Diane Modahl (Olympic Athlete) - 17/7/68 - Series 3

Darren Day (Your guess is as good as mine) - 17/7/68 - Series 1

Louise Minchin (Journalist) - 8/9/68 -Series 21

Yvette Fielding (TV Presenter, 'Blue Peter', 'Most Haunted') - 23/9/68 - Series 15

Sinitta ("Singer") - ?/10/68 - Series 11

Victoria Derbyshire (Journalist) - 2/10/68 - Series 20

Cerys Matthews (Singer, 'Catatonia') - 11/4/69 - Series 7

Lucy Benjamin (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 25/6/70 - Series 9

Dani Behr (TV Presenter) - 9/7/70 - Series 8

Melanie Sykes (TV Presenter) - 7/8/70 - Third, Series 14

Tony Anstis (Presenter) - 14/12/70 - First Out, Series 6

Lisa Snowdon (Model) - 23/1/71 - Series 16

Alfonso Ribeiro (Actor, 'Carlton' in The Fresh Prince) - 21/9/71 - Series 13

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (Socialite) - 23/12/71, d. 8/2/17 - Runner-up, Series 1

40+

Sid Owen (Soap Actor, "Rickaaaay") - 12/1/72 - Third, Series 5

Alex Best (Model/Wife of George) - 29/1/72 - Series 3

Phina Oruche (Actress, 'Footballer's Wives') - 31/8/72 - Series 6

Kimberley Davies (Soap Actress, 'Neighbours') - 20/2/73 - Series 5

Peter Andre (Pop Singer) - 27/2/73 - Third, Series 3

Natalie Appleton (Pop Singer, 'All Saints') - 14/5/73 - Series 4

Shappi Khorsandi (Comedian) - 8/6/73 - Series 17

Iain Lee (Radio Presenter) - 9/6/73 - Third, Series 17

Marc Bannerman (Soap Actor, 'EastEnders') - 15/8/73 - First Out, Series 7

Daniella Westbrook (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 5/11/73 - Series 2

Nell McAndrew (Model) - 6/11/73 - Series 1

Catalina Guirado (Model) - 1/1/74 - Series 2

Camilla Dallerup (Dancer, 'Strictly Come Dancing') - 6/4/74 - First Out, Series 9

Vernon Kay (TV Presenter, 'Family Fortunes') - 28/4/74 - Third, Series 20

Nancy Sorrell (Model, wife of Vic Reeves) - 13/7/74 - Series 4

Brian Harvey (Pop Singer, 'East 17') - 8/8/74 - First Out, Series 4

Simon Gregson (Soap Actor,  'Coronation Street') - 2/10/74 - Runner-up, Series 21

Andrew Maxwell (Comedian) - 3/12/74 - Series 19

Alison Hammond (TV Presenter, 'This Morning') - 5/2/75 - Series 10

Katie Hopkins (Shit Stirrer) - 13/2/75 - Series 7

Jamie Lomas (Soap Actor, 'Hollyoaks') - 21/4/75 - Series 17

Chris Bisson (Soap Actor, 'Coronation Street'/'Emmerdale') - 21/7/75 - Series 2

Antony Cotton (Soap Actor, 'Coronation Street') - 5/8/75 - Series 11

Sheree Murphy (Soap Actress, 'Emmerdale') - 22/8/75 - Runner-up, Series 5

Scott Henshall (Fashion Designer) - 15/11/75 - Series 6

Jason "J" Brown (Pop Singer, '5ive') - 13/6/76 - Third, Series 7

Gino D'Acampo (Chef) - 17/7/76 - Winner, Series 9

Lucy Pargeter (Soap Actress, 'Emmerdale') - 1/3/77 - Third, Series 13

Rita Simons (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 10/3/77 - Series 18

Sophie Anderton (Model) - 14/5/77 - Series 4

Brian Friedman (Choreographer, 'The X Factor') - 28/5/77 - Series 15

Fran Cosgrave ("Nightclub Owner") - 30/12/77 - Third, Series 4

Dean Gaffney (Soap Actor, 'EastEnders') - 14/2/78 - Series 6

Jenny Frost (Pop Singer, 'Atomic Kitten') - 22/2/78 - Series 5

Simon Webbe (Pop Singer, 'Blue') - 30/3/78 - Series 8

Myleene Klass (Singer, TV Presenter, 'HearSay') - 6/4/78 - Runner-up, Series 6

Jordan/Katie Price (Model) - 22/5/78 - Series 3, Series 9

Jimmy Bullard (Footballer) - 23/10/78 - Series 14

Sabrina Washington (Pop Singer, 'Mis-Teeq') - 27/10/78 - Series 9

Kieron Dyer (Footballer) - 29/12/78 - Series 15

Adele Roberts (Radio DJ) - 9/3/79 - First Out, Series 19

Vincent Simone (Dancer, 'Strictly Come Dancing') - 15/3/79 - Series 13

Stuart Manning (Soap Actor, 'Hollyoaks') - 27/5/79 - Series 9

Kian Egan (Pop Singer, 'Westlife') - 29/4/80 - Winner, Series 13

Wayne Bridge (Footballer) - 5/8/80 - Series 16

Kerry Katona ("Singer", 'Atomic Kitten') - 6/9/80 - Winner, Series 3

David Haye (Boxer) - 13/10/80 - Third, Series 12

Naughty Boy (Record Producer) - 1/1/81 - Series 21

Gemma Collins ("TOWIE") - 31/1/81 - First Out, Series 14

Andrew Whyment (Soap Actor, 'Coronation Street') - 2/4/81 - Runner-up, Series 19

Charlie Brooks (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 3/5/81 - Winner, Series 12

Antony Costa (Pop Singer, 'Blue') - 23/6/81 - Series 5

Kezia Dugdale (Politician) - 28/8/81 - Series 17

Ashley Roberts (Pop Singer, 'Pussycat Dolls') - 14/9/81 - Runner-up, Series 12

Nicola McLean (Model) - 18/9/81 - Series 8

Under 40

Joe Swash (Actor/Presenter, 'EastEnders') - 21/1/82 - Winner, Series 8

Rebekah Vardy ("WAG")17/2/82 - Series 17

Ola Jordan (Dancer, 'Strictly Come Dancing') - 30/9/82 - Series 16

Emily Scott (Model) - ?/?/83 - Series 11

Mo Farah (Olympic Gold Medal Athlete) - 23/3/83 - Series 20

Matt Willis (Pop Singer, 'Busted') - 8/5/83 - Winner, Series 6

Jennie McAlpine (Soap Actress, 'Coronation Street') - 12/2/84 - Series 17

Carly Zucker (Model) - 11/5/84 - Series 8

Gemma Atkinson (Soap Actress, 'Hollyoaks', 'Emmerdale') - 16/11/84 - Series 7

Giovanna Fletcher (Podcaster) - 29/1/85 - Winner, Series 20

Jessica-Jane Clement (Model) - 24/2/85 - Series 11

James Haskell (Rugby Player) - 2/4/85 - Series 19

Joel Dommett (Comedian) - 8/6/85 - Runner-up, Series 16

Kendra Wilkinson (Model) - 12/6/85 - Series 14

Nadine Coyle (Pop Singer, 'Girls Aloud') - 15/6/85 - Series 19

Hugo Taylor ("Made in Chelsea") - 1/6/86 - Series 12

Tinchy Stryder (Rapper) - 14/9/86 - Series 14

Amir Khan (Boxer) - 8/12/86 - Series 17

Mark Wright ("TOWIE") - 20/1/87 - Runner-up, Series 11

Kayla Collins (Model) - 1/4/87 - Series 10

Fleur East (Pop Singer, 'X Factor') - 29/10/87 - Series 18

Vicky Pattinson ("Geordie Shore") - 16/11/87 - Winner, Series 15

Dougie Poynter (Musician, 'McFly') - 30/11/87 - Winner, Series 11

Jorgie Porter (Soap Actress, 'Hollyoaks') - 25/12/87 - Series 15

Sair Khan (Soap Actress, 'Coronation Street') - 11/2/88 - Series 18

Spencer Matthews ("Made in Chelsea") - 6/8/88 - First Out, Series 15

Adam Thomas (Soap Actor, 'Emmerdale') - 11/8/88 - Third, Series 16

Jake Quickenden ("Singer", 'X Factor') - 3/9/88 - Runner-up, Series 14

Sam Quek (Olympic Gold Medal Hockey Player) - 18/10/88 - Series 16

Frankie Bridge (Singer, 'The Saturdays') - 14/1/89 - Third, Series 21

Rebecca Adlington (Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer) - 17/2/89 - Series 13

Nadia Forde (Model) - 3/5/89 - Series 14

Stacey Solomon (Pop Singer, 'X Factor') - 4/10/89 - Winner, Series 10

Aggro Santos (Rapper) - 12/10/89 - Series 10

Vanessa White (Pop Singer, 'The Saturdays') - 30/10/89 - Series 17

Emily Atack (Actress, 'The Inbetweeners') - 18/12/89 - Runner-up, Series 18

Jordan North (Radio DJ) - 14/2/90 - Runner-up, Series 20

Joey Essex ("TOWIE") - 29/7/90 - Series 13

Ferne McCann ("TOWIE") - 6/8/90 - Third, Series 15

Helen Flanagan (Soap Actress/Scaredy-Cat, 'Coronation Street') - 7/8/90 - Series 12

Scarlett Moffatt ("Gogglebox") - 17/10/90 - Winner, Series 16

Danny Miller (Soap Actor, 'Emmerdale') - 2/1/91 - Winner, Series 21

Kadeena Cox (Paralympic Gold Medal Athlete and Cyclist) - 10/3/91 - Series 21

Myles Stephenson (Pop Singer, 'Rak-Su', 'X Factor') - 11/9/91 - Series 19

Snoochie Shy (Radio 1 Extra DJ) - 13/6/92 - Series 21

Amy Willerton (Model) - 18/8/92 - Series 13

Jessica Plummer (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 16/9/92 - Series 20

Jacqueline Jossa (Soap Actress, 'EastEnders') - 29/10/92 - Winner, Series 19

Jordan Banjo (Dancer, 'Diversity') - 31/12/92 - Series 16

Roman Kemp (Radio DJ) - 28/1/93 - Third, Series 19

George Shelley (Pop Singer, 'Union J') - 27/7/93 - Runner-up, Series 15

James McVey (Musician, 'The Vamps') - 30/4/94 - Series 18

Holly Arnold (Paralympic Gold Medal Javelin Thrower) - 26/6/94 - Series 20

Georgia "Toff" Toffolo ("Made in Chelsea") - 23/10/94 - Winner, Series 17

AJ Pritchard (Dancer, 'Strictly Come Dancing') - 5/11/94 - Series 20

Jack Maynard (YouTuber) - 23/11/94 - First Out, Series 17

Malique Thompson-Dwyer (Actor, 'Hollyoaks') - 2/2/98 - Series 18

Matty Lee (Olympic Gold Medal Diver) - 5/3/98 - Series 21

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