I'm A Celeb star Fred Sirieix reveals his 'secret weapon' in the jungle as he arrives in Australia after Nigel Farage | The Sun

TELLY foodie Fred Sirieix is ready to swap fancy restaurants for a campfire supper as he has landed in Australia for I’m A Celebrity.

The First Dates maître d’ has just arrived at Brisbane Airport ahead of joining the jungle this week and told The Sun he's got a few tricks up his sleeve to cope with life in the camp.

The star appeared in good spirits as he walked off the red-eye flight wearing a baseball cap and a denim jacket.

In September The Sun told how telly foodie Fred Sirieix, 51, was swapping the fancy restaurant world for chowing down on jungle critters.

A TV insider said: “Show bosses hope he’ll be a hit with the ladies watching, which is part of the reason they’ve targeted him.

“Everyone’s really excited that they’re close to signing him up.”

Fred boasts a six-pack thanks to boxing and would become the latest hunk to show off his ripped body in the jungle shower.

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But he said last year: “I don’t think I’d do I’m a Celebrity. I wouldn’t be too keen on eating a camel’s anus or something like that.

“I know I eat frogs, I’m French, but at least those frogs are cooked!”

Fred will join the full I'm A Celebrity 2023 line-up in camp this weekend, with politicians, influencers and daytime stars being thrown into the nation's most famous camp.

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Ant and Dec will welcome the latest stars brave enough to tackle stomach-churning bushtucker trials and terrifying challenges on Sunday November 19.

And this year's show is set to be one of the best yet with twelve top names from the worlds of Westminster, Albert Square and even the MasterChef kitchen.

ITV appears to have upped the ante on its famous Bushtucker Trials too, with The Sun’s exclusive footage showing the Walk The Plank challenge has received a devilish makeover.

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