Inside Im A Celebs Adam Woodyatts weight loss as he unveils dramatic transformation

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Adam Woodyatt has wowed viewers of the show after he arrived looking almost unrecognisable to his former on-screen soap character.

The 53-year-old EastEnders actor, who played Ian Beale on the BBC soap for 37 years, is a late addition to the ITV reality series this year.

I’m A Celeb, which is taking place at Gwrych Castle in Wales for the second year in a row, saw the dad-of-two making his late entrance during Thursday night’s instalment.

It was only due to his decision to take an extended break from Albert Square, that he was finally able to sign up for the hugely-popular programme.

During his break, the TV star has transformed his image shedding an incredible amount of weight and looking trimmer and healthier than ever.

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Speaking on Lorraine earlier this year, Adam said the secret to his recent transformation and weight loss was simply down to “changing his diet“.

The TV star has carefully reconsidered what he eats, opting for healthier choices and ingredients with the results of the changes plain to see.

Looking on his Instagram, it's also clear that the actor enjoys an active lifestyle and gets outdoors with plenty of cycling and fishing.

Adam arrived in camp last night having said he'd been keen to sign up for years.

He admitted that he made a choice to keep it from his friends and the rest of his family, including his ex-wife Beverley Sharp, because he wanted it to be a “surprise”.

Adam teased his fans to “expect the unexpected” as he revealed he only told his daughter Jessica, 28, and son Samuel, 24, “very recently”.

“I didn’t want to spoil the surprise,” actor explained. “And so I have been keeping very quiet about it.”

The star also revealed he’s actually known about doing the programme for a “long time” and he’s so excited to finally go and get stuck in to camp life.

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