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Who is Grace Dent in ITV's I'm A Celebrity 2023?

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is back on ITV for another series with 10 new celebrities heading into camp to battle it out for the jungle crown.

Among this year's campmates is 50-year-old food critic and novelist Grace Dent. As well as writing restaurant reviews for The Guardian, Grace is a regular on TV screens.

The journalist has appeared as a critic and judge on Masterchef UK, Celebrity Masterchef and Great British Menu, as well as featuring in the series Very British Problems, Have I Got News For You and Charlie Brooker's Screen Wipe among others.

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Grace is the host the Guardian podcast Comfort Eating, which sees her chatting to famous guests about some of their favourite snacks, and has written several young adult novels, her first of which, It's a Girl Thing, was shortlisted for the 2008 Queen of Teen Prize. Her memoir Hungry, about how she went from growing up on 'beige' food to becoming a celebrated critic, won the Lakeland Book of the Year award in 2021.

Grace, who is based in London but originally from Carlisle in Cumbria, has previously said she eats a "mainly vegan" diet and admitted ahead of heading into the jungle that she is dreading the food on offer. "I am especially dreading being hungry because I tend to eat four or five posh meals out a week because I am a restaurant critic," Grace told ITV. "I know they are going to give me an eating trial and I am dreading putting even worse things in my mouth than I have in the past in fancy restaurants! I think I will be writing