I'm A Celebrity stars Fleur East, Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Harry Redknapp land in Australia as they prepare to enter the jungle

The actor, former X Factor star and football manager hopped off their planes at Brisbane airport and dazzled a group of waiting paps after a 27 hour flight from London to the Gold Coast.

Fleur had a spring in her step and she couldn't stop smiling as she pushed a trolley stacked with luggage.

The star wore a gold jacket and bottoms teamed with red nails, gorgeous curly hair and dark shades that hid her tired eyes.

Despite the long journey, Fleur was a bundle of energy and whizzed through the airport with her personalised Lous Vuitton cabin bag and a larger black case in tow.

Harry looked relaxed with a jumper wrapped around his neck as he pulled his luggage.

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The former Tottenham boss is an early favourite to win the reality show.

Hollyoaks hunk Malique was one of the first to sign up to this year's series.

The Sun exclusively revealed how he signed on the dotted line back in July.

Ahead of his stint Down Under, Malique has been working hard at the gym to make sure he's as buff as possible for the cameras.

A pal told The Sun: “Malique is over the moon about the gig and has been hitting up the gym already to make sure his body is as buff as possible by the time he goes to Oz.

“He knows this is a huge opportunity and wants to make sure it’s as fruitful as possible.”

There are still six big name stars still to touch down in Australia.

Last week The Sun exclusively revealed the full line up of celebs preparing for their stint in the jungle.

It includes former EastEnders star Rita Simons, Emily Atack and Nick Knowles.

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