Who's on The Jump 2017? Line up revealed: Meet all the celebrities!

The Jump 2017 contestants: Cast of celebrities - Who's on The Jump this year?

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The Jump 2017 line up of all star contestants has been revealed - who's on The Jump this year?

The Jump 2017 has now kicked off and will be back this evening at the earlier time of 6:30PM on Channel 4 for round five.

Davina McCall is back as host again having fronted the show since series one.

However she confessed surprise that The Jump was given the green light for another series after the injuries suffered last time.

"I was amazed [it was renewed] because I didn't think we'd be able to get people back on it but apparently people still want to do the show which is great. They're amazing," Davina said earlier this year.

Who is on The Jump 2017 line up? Celebrities revealed!

So far a number of contestants have been confirmed for the show:

Spencer Matthews - Made In Chelsea hunk
Lydia Bright - TOWIE star
Caprice Bourret - model OUT DUE TO INJURY
Louis Smith - Olympic gymnast
Gareth Thomas - rugby player
Kadeena Cox - Paralympic medallist
Bradley Wiggins - Retired pro cyclist OUT DUE TO INJURY

Robbie Fowler - Footballer - ELIMINATED
Josie Gibson - Big Brother star - ELIMINATED
Jade Jones - Olympic taekwondo champ - ELIMINATED
Jason Robinson - rugby player
Mark Dolan - comic and TV host - ELIMINATED
Vogue Williams - model OUT DUE TO INJURY
Amy Willerton - model (replacement for Vogue)
Emma Parker Bowles - Camilla Parker Bowles’ niece

As for how The Jump 2017 will work, past series have seen celebs going head to head in a new winter sport event each week. At the end of the show, the two or more celebs with the slowest times or lowest scores have to face The Jump live where one celeb will be eliminated.

In The Jump, celebs must go as far as possible and the celeb who goes the shortest distance will be eliminated.

Come the final, the remaining celebs will go head to head on the jump with the aim of scoring the biggest overall score.

The Jump 2017 airs on Channel 4 on Sunday nights from February for six weeks.

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