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An outstanding 11.9 million people tuned in to watch the launch of the 2013 series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! on Sunday. That makes it the second highest, live audience of 2013 after Any Murray’s Wimbledon win back in July.

For those of you that didn’t watch the show on Sunday, here is a quick breakdown for you. I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! is a British reality television show, first screened in 2002, in which celebrities live in jungle conditions set in Australia with few creature comforts. The show has been hosted by Ant & Dec  and over the past years we have seen numerous celebrities face the jungle. 

Contestants undergo infamous ‘bushtucker trials’ to win meals, with The Only Way Is Essex star Joey Essex and presenter Matthew Wright eating turkey testicles and ostrich penis on last night’s show.

Who will be in this series?

With the first  episode aired, it is clear who will be seeing fighting it out for that all important title of King/Queen of the Jungle. 

The line up consists of fashion designer David Emanuel,  snooker legend Steve DavisWestlife’s Kian Egan followed by EastEnders star Laila Morse and Emmerdale actress Lucy Pargetertalkshow host Matthew Wright and Miss Universe contestant Amy WillertonOlympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor Alfonso Ribeiro – aka our favourite dancing geek Carlton Banks.

The final contestant to enter was TOWIE star Joey Essex, who arrived wearing one of the biggest medallions we have ever seen. He is currently the bookies’ favourite to win the crown, but only time will tell. We wonder if he’s brought any fake tan with him?

Now before go straight to the travel agency and book your flight to the Aussie outback to eat some Turkey genitalia, you might want to discuss some insurance. Many celebrities that have appeared on the show have suffered some kind of accident, whether it be food poisoning, animal attack or had tick’s take hold. 

This only highlights the important of health and travel insurance when travelling abroad and you can be sure that the expenses of medical services when abroad are going to be quite steep, especially when you aren’t prepared for it and not many people are when they go abroad looking for a break from day to day life. However we at simplyinsure.ie aim to help you when it comes to sorting your insurance out, so that if and when you choose to go aboard, you can rest easy knowing that if anything happens, you are adequately and affordable covered. 

If you are interested in health or travel insurance or any kind of insurance, give us a call (1890-746-759). Our website is also here to answer any of your questions and to give you a FREE quotation on your insurance. We also have a twitter and a facebook page that you can use to contact us, should you have any questions. – 🙂