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2 minutes ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Terrible, terrible show, one of the nadirs of latter-period BBC 3 (and there were plenty of them). Seemed to be a cunt in real life as well.

To be honest  , I wish no disrespect to the recently deceased guy but I'd never heard of him or that programme until the news of his death broke. 

 

BBC 3 back with its own television channel next year. I wonder what treats and gems they will bring us!!

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On 23/11/2020 at 21:10, RoverAndOut said:

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

70+

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

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

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

60+

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

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

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

50+

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

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

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

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

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

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

40+

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

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

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

Under 40

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

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

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

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

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

Needs a 2021 update

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On 23/11/2020 at 21:10, RoverAndOut said:

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

 

As requested, updated for Series 21 that has just finished. Only Arlene Phillips joins the 'getting on' brigade.

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5 hours ago, RoverAndOut said:

 

As requested, updated for Series 21 that has just finished. Only Arlene Phillips joins the 'getting on' brigade.

Arlene looks in good health and stands an good chance of being around in 10 years time. 

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Tammy Slaton from 1,000  Pound Sisters. I forgot to include her on 2022 teams,2023 unlikely will be able to pick her.

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https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/feb/01/caroline-flack-ex-fiance-andrew-brady-dan-wootton-harassment

 

 

 

Former reality tv star  Andrew Brady,  star of The Apprentice  and Celebrity Big Brother might be worth keeping eye on. Ex boyfriend of the late Caroline Flack  who has pleased guilty to harassing journalist Dan Wootton . He is currently  remanded in custody and may well receive a jail sentence. 

His life  has really spiralled in recent years. 

 

For clarity though he wasn’t Caroline Flacks boyfriend at the time of her death. 

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On 01/02/2022 at 17:24, Gooseberry Crumble said:

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/feb/01/caroline-flack-ex-fiance-andrew-brady-dan-wootton-harassment

 

 

 

Former reality tv star  Andrew Brady,  star of The Apprentice  and Celebrity Big Brother might be worth keeping eye on. Ex boyfriend of the late Caroline Flack  who has pleased guilty to harassing journalist Dan Wootton . He is currently  remanded in custody and may well receive a jail sentence. 

His life  has really spiralled in recent years. 

 

For clarity though he wasn’t Caroline Flacks boyfriend at the time of her death. 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17550256/caroline-flacks-ex-andrew-brady-jailed-harassment-presenter/

 

Andrew Brady  now jailed for four months after being convicted of harassing journalist  Dan Wootton. One to keep an eye on in my opinion. 

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1 hour ago, Gooseberry Crumble said:

One to keep an eye on in my opinion. 

...can't.... resist....

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2 hours ago, Gooseberry Crumble said:

Andrew Brady now jailed for four months after being convicted of harassing journalist  Dan Wootton. One to keep an eye on in my opinion. 


He harassed and threatened to kill, what a bastard! Oh, it was Dan Wootton. Fair.

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11 minutes ago, TQR said:


He harassed and threatened to kill, what a bastard! Oh, it was Dan Wootton. Fair.


I think you might be up there as one of the most intolerant ppl I’ve come across Quim, and I’ve met Commies and neo-Nazis.

 

You seem to want everyone you disagree with dead. It’s all a bit… fascisty?

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1 hour ago, Ulitzer95 said:

 

 

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9 minutes ago, TQR said:


Er, I wasn’t being serious. I’ll post a “joking” placard as a cue next time, but for the time being maybe stop taking other posts as seriously as you take yourself?

 

Relax a little. Don’t let it get to the private message meltdown again. 


Hmmm not so sure about that. Your aggressive rants on the Kier/Boris/Trump threads aren’t too distinguishable from any of your “jokes” elsewhere.

 

I reckon you’re a rageaholic. A Flaming Quim :evil:

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38 minutes ago, TQR said:


He harassed and threatened to kill, what a bastard! Oh, it was Dan Wootton. Fair.

To be serious for a minute  though  I suspect there is some  projected guilt ar play here with Andrew.  I cannot off the top of my head  remember the details  but I feel sure in the year before his death Andrew was in a dispute of some kind with Caroline  and has actually slagged her off publicly in quite a serious  manner   I think maybe after she was accused of assault on her last boyfriend that Andrew  claimed she had been physically  abusive  to him too?  Anyway me suspects he has some unresolved feelings over that  and that's why he redirecting so much anger to Dan Wootton  as he never resolved his issues with Caroline before she took her life.

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47 minutes ago, Ulitzer95 said:

 

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2 minutes ago, TQR said:


“Must you always be such a cunt to me?”


“Er, I wasn’t being serious. I’ll post a “joking” placard as a cue next time, but for the time being maybe stop taking other posts as seriously as you take yourself?

 

Relax a little. Don’t let it get to the private message meltdown again.”

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Just now, Gooseberry Crumble said:

To be serious for a minute  though  I suspect there is some  projected guilt ar play here with Andrew.  I cannot off the top of my head  remember the details  but I feel sure in the year before his death Andrew was in a dispute of some kind with Caroline  and has actually slagged her off publicly in quite a serious  manner   I think maybe after she was accused of assault on her last boyfriend that Andrew  claimed she had been physically  abusive  to him too?  Anyway me suspects he has some unresolved feelings over that  and that's why he redirecting so much anger to Dan Wootton  as he never resolved his issues with Caroline before she took her life.


Most likely, yeah. The whole story read a bit weird when it first happened. The brutal press hounding of her was clear as day, and Wootton, as ever, was one of them, and it’s very plausible that he contributed to Caroline’s decision to take her life.
 

But as you say, Andrew hadn’t exactly acted brilliantly either. And as the judge said, he craved the celebrity status.

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