Viewers got their first glimpse of Gemma Collins, Tinchy Stryder, Kendra Wilkinson and more entering the jungle tonight (November 16) – with chatter on social media reaching a fever pitch!
Digital Spy rounds up the best reactions to Sunday's series premiere below:
1. The action begins from the first introductions!
As a rule, if you have to explain why you're a celebrity, you're not. #justsaying #ImACelebrity
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) November 16, 2014
"Hello, I'm Michael. Who are you?"
Oh, it has begun people!
— Chris Moyles (@ChrisMoyles) November 16, 2014
Ah, the awkward moment when the one who is in there for going out with someone famous tries to explain why they're in there #ImACeleb
— Yahoo Celebrity UK (@YahooCelebUK) November 16, 2014
Craig Charles failed to mention the two things he's most famous for.
The biggest cycling race in the world kicks off in Leeds this morning, as the participants embark on a 190.5km journey to Harrogate.
The riders, including Mark Cavendish, tackle a route that takes in several villages in the Yorkshire Dales. The steep terrain offers a difficult opening challenge, but expectation is still of a sprint finish.
Tipping Point: Lucky Stars: ITV, 7.30pm
Ben Shepard hosts a new series of the game show, which sees TV presenters Carol Vorderman and Joe Swash and Emmerdale's Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle) take part in the challenge.
The celebrities answer questions to win turns on the arcade-style token pushing machine, in a bid to scoop the £20,000 cash prize for their chosen charity.
Big Brother: Channel 5, 9pm
Highlights of the latest 24 hours inside the house.
Marcus Bentley narrates as the housemates react to the latest eviction. The decisions of
The pair, who play friends Paddy Kirk and Marlon Dingle on the ITV1 soap, will screen a collection of movies featuring the walking dead at the Cottage Road Cinema in Headingley on Sunday, April 21.
Six films - a mix of modern and classic movies - will be shown over 12 hours at the event, which runs from midday to midnight. One film in particular called Before Dawn is very close to Brunt's heart as he starred and directed in it.
Brunt said: "Mark and I have been spending our time arguing and fighting over the lineup and it's a strong year mixing foreign, classic and brand new. Every single film is a crowd pleaser.
"Also, I cannot wait to show Before Dawn to its own rightful crowd as we couldn't show it last year.
[Pictured: Mark Charnock on This Morning] Charnock commented: "Our Christmas Day is a belter this year. It's an absolute belter. It's also got some very, very good comedy in it, particularly from Charlotte Bellamy who plays Laurel. "There's some really funny stuff, but the drama's shocking!" Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) has been tipped to feature heavily in this year's Christmas instalments as he murders another one of the villagers in a desperate (more)
Pictured: Mark Charnock on Daybreak. Charnock commented: "It's been an amazing story. I mean, I've been here for 150 years and it's one of the best I've ever had! It's become really complex and the situation is now taking a legal turn. He's taking his mate to court, (more)
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