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The rumours over who will be entering the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! jungle have been rife as the launch date gets closer and now Caitlyn Jenner’s name has been thrown into the ring. The American reality star, 70 is reportedly set to join the line-up when the show returns later this month.

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Caitlyn Jenner is expected to head Down Under shortly as she gets ready to join her campmates in the jungle.

A source told The Sun the reality star will be joining the line-up for a staggering £500,000 fee.

This would make her one of the highest paid celebrities to sign up to the competition. 

If Caitlyn does join the jungle, could she become an early favourite to be crowned this year’s winner?

I'm A Celebrity 2019I'm A Celebrity 2019: Caitlyn has reportedly signed up (Image: ITV)

I'm A Celebrity 2019I'm A Celebrity 2019: Will Caitlyn head Down Under? (Image: ITV•GETTY)

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The reality star joins a number of celebrities who are rumoured to be taking part in this year’s show.

A source told The Sun: “She’s such a huge name and a great get for producers.

“ITV think she is one of their best ever singing. It’s a real bolt from the blue.

“They’ve asked her every year for a long time, but she finally felt the time was right.”

I'm A Celebrity 2019I'm A Celebrity 2019: Caitlyn with the Kardashian and Jenner clan (Image: GETTY)

Caitlyn won gold in the decathlon at the 1976 Olympics and later became a reality star after marrying Kris Jenner.

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