“I am famous, get me out of here!”: when it opens, what is the new Mexican reality show about

He has been preparing a new reality show that promises a lot of emotions, actions and fun. The announcement made by the Ajusco television station a few days ago left its viewers more than expectant, and it is that the opportunity to see 12 celebrities in extreme situations competing and living together in pursuit of a goal will always be adrenaline. However, the notice they published on social networks did not detail who the participants would be and where the competition will take place, information that we will tell you below.

MORE INFORMATION: Why did Rocío Sánchez Azuara resign from Imagen Televisión and take her program to TV Azteca?

” is the name of the reality show that TV Azteca will broadcast, through Azteca Uno, as indicated in its intriguing spot. Right there they indicated that 12 celebrities will have to leave the luxuries of the city to enter a jungle, in an experience that will change their lives. But what else is known about the reality show other than that it will have a ‘survivor’ style?

According to the images that accompanied the announcement, during their stay in that jungle, the celebrities will have to compete in extreme sports and will be tested in extreme situations, such as enduring insects on their face, jumping from great heights, or enduring snake bites. That is to say, it will be a reality show of competition and survival.

WHO WILL BE THE 12 CELEBRITIES THAT WILL COMPETE IN “I AM FAMOUS, GET ME OUT OF HERE!”?

Some of the names that are handled for now are the following, although without confirmation by the production of the reality show or TV Azteca:

  • Poh Ling Yeow: outstanding participant of Masterchef Spain.
  • The David: almost four million followers, is a renowned shoe designer. He created Dave 8-inch high heels worn by Miley Cyrus.
  • Dylan Lewis: It’s Dylan from the ’90s music show.
  • Beau Ryan: sports star, singer and comedian.
  • Maria Thattil: Miss Universe Australia 2020.
  • Nathan Buckley: one of the most decorated players in the AFL. He was for a long time the respected trainer of Collingwood.
  • Brooke McClymont: He is part of The McClymonts, an award-winning Australian country music group.
  • Emily Seebohm: four-time Olympian She achieved 56 medals, one of the most celebrated swimmers in Australia.
  • Derek Kickett: former AFL superstar.
  • Cal Wilson: a renowned comedian.

On the other hand, and according to information handled by the newspaper El Heraldo, Marcos Valdes and Alfredo Adame They are two of the twelve celebrities who will be put to the test in the new program that will premiere the TV Azteca signal.

They also stated that Magaly Chávez, Adame’s fiancee, and the singer Valeria Cuevas were also invited to participate in the reality show, but it is unknown if they finally accepted the proposal.

WHO WILL DRIVE “I’M FAMOUS GET ME OUT OF HERE!”?

TV Azteca has also not released a pledge regarding the subject, but according to the user in Twitter La Comadrita, the one indicated would be Adrián Uribe, actor and presenter who has been linked to Televisa for a long time, so if this transcendence is confirmed, it would be a blow to the San Ángel television station. So far neither Uribe nor the television station have given any indication that this is true.

WHEN WILL “I AM FAMOUS, GET ME OUT OF HERE!” PREMIERE?

The information handled by the specialized press in Mexico is that the reality show will be released next May through the Azteca Uno channel, but there is no specific date, although the objective is to capture the audience that was very attached to the “Exatlón All Star”.

Adrián Uribe, who became known in the Mexican show business as "The Vitor" could be the driver "I'm famous get me out of here!" (Photo: Adrián Uribe / Instagram)
Adrián Uribe, who became known in the Mexican show business as “El Vítor” could be the host of “I’m famous, get me out of here!” (Photo: Adrián Uribe / Instagram)

We would love to thank the writer of this article for this amazing material

“I am famous, get me out of here!”: when it opens, what is the new Mexican reality show about