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Among the stars is 44 year old Iranian comedian Shappi, who is set to face her fears on the hit ITV reality show.
Here’s everthing you need to know about the new star...
For too many years she has been known as just Nelson's mistress, a bit of a harlot (you get one job in a brothel and bang goes your reputation).
Women's lib wasn't a thing in Georgian times: Emma moved mountains to haul herself from scullery maid to Lady Hamilton.
competitor Shappi brings her newest sell-out stand-up to the JW3, having performed on a number of popular primetime TV and radio programmes including Radio Four’s The News Quiz and Just a Minute.
There’s obviously comedy in the Khorsandi blood, as her brother and father also do stand-up.
As a sought after cultural commentator, Iranian born Shappi has also appeared on Question Time (BBC 1) and Woman’s Hour (BBC Radio 4) as well as penning columns for several national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, New Statesman and GQ.
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Shappi Khorsandi landed in Brisbane yesterday, ready to take part in this year’s ITV reality show I’m a Celebrity… Having previously turned down the show due to her two children, Shappi arrived in Brisbane airport pretending to be unaware of the purpose of her journey saying to reporters: “What jungle?
I have been to the Melbourne Comedy Festival many times and I am pleased to be back.” Shappi still seemed prepared all the same, stating: “I am all good with creepy crawlies and not scared of anything.” Though she may have the show confused with a more terrifying version of Love Island: “I am single so who knows. My ideal man in there would be one who has snuck a mobile phone in.” We’re sure Shappi will shake things up in the jungle, one of her fellow camp mates is Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s father Stanley, whose son Shappi has been critical of.
Guardian writer Hadley Freeman, who has also written books The Meaning of Sunglasses, Be Awesome: Modern Essays for Modern Ladies and Life Moves Pretty Fast, will present along with actor Abigail Burdess as the Misogynist Film Club, looking at the romantic films we know and love from a feminist perspective, all with a satirical swipe.