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Jungle camp 2022: These luxury items take the celebrities with them

In a few days, the new season of the jungle camp will begin on RTL. The celebrities cannot do without these luxury items under any circumstances:

The celebrities are still enjoying their time in the five-star hotel in South Africa, but that will soon change: because on January 21, 2022, the twelve candidates will move into the depths of the jungle! From then on it’s: “Bye-bye luxury!”. In part at least. Because each of the twelve participants can take a total of two luxury goods to the camp.
MANNHEIM24* reveals which items the celebrities pack in their backpacks.

Unlike in previous years, this year’s jungle camp will not take place in the Australian jungle as usual, but in the South African wilderness. The reason for this is the ongoing corona pandemic. Three celebrities were already certain in advance: fashion designer Harald Glööckler (56), pop singer Lucas Cordalis (54) and ex-“Bachelorette” candidate Filip Pavlović (28) are fighting for the jungle crown this year. In the meantime, the other candidates for the jungle camp have also been confirmed. The show will be moderated again this year by Sonja Zietlow (53) and Daniel Hartwich (43). (fas) * MANNHEIM24 is an offer from IPPEN-MEDIA

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