I’m a 2021 celebrity: Adam Woodyatt says he didn’t look for the stars

Adam Woodyatt will continue I’m A Celeb (Photo: ITV / Rex)

I’m a celebrity… Help get out of here Adam woodyatt revealed that he did not purposely google any of his competitors to participate in the show.



EastEnders actor Adam is finally ready to make his I’m A Celebrity debut alongside Coronation Street favorite, Simon gregson.

The couple were revealed as the last two campmates after days of speculation over who would enter the camp as latecomers.



But while the soap opera veteran already knows some of the show’s stars in some capacity, he tried to avoid knowing too much about the people he was about to live with.

Talk to Metro.co.uk and other media as to whether he had received any advice before entering the Welsh Castle, he said: “I spoke with my good friend Shane [Richie, who was a contestant in 2020], he gave me some.



“Vicky Pattinson, too. I’ll be honest, I didn’t really ask them, I didn’t really want to know because I just wanted to go in and find out for myself.

Adam received advice from his boyfriend Shane Richie, who entered the camp last year (Photo: Rex)

He then confessed that he wished he hadn’t been given the names of the other famous faces he would face.



‘I actually would have loved enough if I hadn’t found out about them who the other 11 [campmates] are, you know what I mean? So I would have actually been completely blind without knowing.

“Obviously, there are people I know and I know their history – but others I don’t know them,” he commented.

Adam is buddy with Danny Miller and knows a few of the cast (Photo: ITV)

Adam said of those he didn’t know before: “I deliberately didn’t google or take the time to research them, as I’d rather hear from them, rather than tell me who they are.”

The soap opera star has been a staple of our screens for over three decades, having played Ian Beale since the soap opera began in 1985.

But despite being a household name, Adam has never been approached about the show before.

He added: “I have never been approached, well, I’m not aware of having been approached in the past.

“All I know is that for this year, last December, ITV asked and I said yes!”

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