I’m A Celebrity stars Emily Atack and Fleur East’s new TV roles REVEALED

I’m A Celebrity: Emily Atack is set for a new TV role  [ITV/REX/Shutterstock]

I’m A Celebrity campmates Fleur East and Emily Atack will be reunited on TV, as their first post-jungle roles have been confirmed.

Fleur and Emily will both star in the same series on CBBC to air in the New Year.

Almost Never also stars Strictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly and Pussycat Dolls star Kimberly Wyatt.

Emily and Fleur are both on I'm A Celebrity 2018Emily and Fleur are both on I’m A Celebrity 2018 [ITV/REX/Shutterstock]

I'm A Celebrity: ans have turned on Fleur East for doing so many Bushtucker TrialsFleur will make a cameo in a new CBBC series [ITV]

It follows a fictional talent competition called The Spotlight, as a brand new boy band is pitted against a girl group.

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Tess hosts the competition as the two bands compete, with the new series then following the boys as they go on to success.

I’m A Celeb and Inbetweeners actress Emily will play the mother of one of two of the boys in the group.

Strictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly confirmed a delay in the dance off resultsStrictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly will also be on the show [BBC]

Meanwhile, her new pal Fleur will make a cameo during the series.

It was mentioned by Emily’s mother Kate Robbins before she joined the jungle that she already knew Fleur, so perhaps this is how.

Emily and Fleur are still in the jungle for now, with five contestants having been voted out of the jungle.

Kimberly Wyatt seen leaving the ITV Studios after appearing on Lorraine on May 10Kimberly Wyatt will appear too [Getty]

Anne Hegerty was the latest star to leave the jungle, and she was very happy to be out.

Noel Edmonds, Rita Simons, Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Sair Khan have all left too.

The live final will air on Sunday 9 December on ITV.

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