The Jump 2015: Full line-up revealed

The full line-up of Channel 4's The Jump has been revealed ahead of the show's return on Sunday. Sixteen celebrities have signed up to participate in the ski-sports competition, which has already seen Strictly star Ola Jordan and Sally Bercow forced to pull out due to injury.

Famous faces taking part in the second series include Mike Tindall, Joey Essex, former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts and British heptathlete Louise Hazel.

Joining them on the slopes will be former JLS singer JB Gill, dancer Louie Spence, X Factor contestant Stacey Solomon, Jackass comedian Steve-O and Lady Victoria Hervey.

The eclectic line-up is completed with Made in Chelsea's Louise Thompson, Paul McCartney's ex-wife Heather Mills, Gogglebox star Dom Parker, Paralympic cyclist Jon-Allan Butterworth and cricketer Phil Tufnell.


The full line-up of celebrities for The Jump has been revealed

Chloe Madeley and model Jodie Kidd have also stepped in to compete after Ola and Sally were forced to leave the reality show after getting injured during training.

The stars have been busy training for the event over the last few weeks and will kick off the competition in Kuhtai, Austria on Sunday 1 February.

Davina McCall will return as the host of the challenging show, which will see the celebrities try their hands at slalom, bobsleigh and ski jumping in a bid to be crowned the winner in February.

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards and Olympic star Amy Williams will also return to offer their expert advice and help the celebrities in their training. No doubt the stars will be hoping to emulate the success of Joe McElderry, who won the first series in 2014.

As the contestants prepare to hit the slopes, they have spoken out about what they are most looking forward to – and dreading – about the show.

Click on the photo above to see what the stars have to say about their experience on The Jump.

Read interviews with The Jump stars Mike Tindall, JB Gill, Heather Mills, Jodie Kidd and Lady Victoria Hervey in the new edition of HELLO! magazine.

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