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I’m A Celeb All Stars: ‘Viewers already predict Shaun Ryder will win as show returns

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I’m A Celeb South Africa: ‘He’s a legend!’ Viewers already predict loveable Shaun Ryder will be crowned King of the Jungle as show returns with iconic campmates

I’m A Celeb All Stars viewers have already predicted Shaun Ryder will be crowned King of The Jungle during Monday’s opening episode.

The Happy Monday’s singer, 60, was branded a ‘legend’ as he returned for a second stint on the show following his previous appearance in 2010.

He reminded fans of his loveable personality and cheeky sense of humour while teasing Paul Burrell, 64, during their opening challenge in South Africa. 

The duo, joined by supermodel Janice Dickinson, 68, they paddled around a lagoon only to be joined by a whole host of creepy crawlies. 

Taking to Twitter one viewer wrote: ‘Already decided Shaun Ryder is the 2023 South Africa winner’.

Champion: I'm A Celeb All Stars viewers have already predicted Shaun Ryder, 60, will be crowned King of The Jungle during Monday's opening episode

Champion: I’m A Celeb All Stars viewers have already predicted Shaun Ryder, 60, will be crowned King of The Jungle during Monday’s opening episode

The Happy Monday's singer was branded a 'legend' as he returned for a second stint on the show following his previous appearance in 2010

The Happy Monday’s singer was branded a ‘legend’ as he returned for a second stint on the show following his previous appearance in 2010

While a second added: ’40 minutes in….just announced Shaun Ryder as the winner’.

‘Shaun Ryder to win’ another wrote and ‘Shaun Ryder for the win!’.

Someone else gushed: ‘I want Shaun Ruder to win already. He was my fav before and again now’.

Meanwhile viewers all had the same complaint as the South African spin-off hit ITV viewers screens, branding it ‘wrong’. 

The show was pre-recorded in South Africa’s Kruger National Park last year, with the first episode airing on Monday.

For the first time in 21 years, the show, which kicks off on Monday and features an all-star cast, will not end with a Jungle King or Queen – instead having a ‘Legend’.

The lack of public vote means the stars, including Carol Vorderman , Helen Flanagan and Amir Khan, will compete against each other, thus will not be heading for royal status – instead just battling between each other.

A statement from ITV read: ‘With no public vote, they will be competing against each other in a battle to become the first ever ‘I’m A Celebrity Legend’.’

Funny fella: He reminded fans of his loveable personality and cheeky sense of humour while teasing Paul Burrell, 64, during their opening challenge in South Africa (L-R) Shaun, Janice and Paul

Funny fella: He reminded fans of his loveable personality and cheeky sense of humour while teasing Paul Burrell, 64, during their opening challenge in South Africa (L-R) Shaun, Janice and Paul 

Early lead: Taking to Twitter one viewer wrote: 'Already decided Shaun Ryder is the 2023 South Africa winner'

Early lead: Taking to Twitter one viewer wrote: ‘Already decided Shaun Ryder is the 2023 South Africa winner’

Viewers took to Twitter to express their frustration over the new format, with one penning: ‘When it’s all pre-recorded! Not live. Not watching’

Another said: ‘I’m looking forward to the I’m A Celeb All Stars show but it’s a shame that it’s not live and we can’t vote with it being pre recorded’

A third wrote: ‘I don’t like how it’s all pre-recorded! If Love Island can do it anyone can!’

One user added: ‘Really can’t see the point of this I’m A Celeb in South Africa if it’s all pre-recorded, no voting – just a swizz really, probably know who wins if you search online as well I guess’ 

Someone penned: ‘Doesn’t quite feel the same seeing as it was recorded last September’

As well as news of the winners, it has also been reported that two latecomers will join the cast – in the form of winners Georgia Toffolo and Joe Swash.

An insider told The Mirror : ‘A show source said: ‘There will still be a winner of the show but they won’t be crowned in quite the same way…

‘There is no public vote and also they have all competed before, so bosses decided they couldn’t really be crowned king or queen. Instead one celeb will get legendary status.’

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