More Washed Up Celebrities Announced
TVNZ 2’s drip-feeding of who’s who on this year’s Celebrity Treasure Island continued this morning with the revelation of the next group of castaways, including comedian Kimberley Crossman (above), and another raft of names promised for Friday.
Here’s the media release:
FIVE MORE CELEBS HEAD TO THE SANDY SHORES OF CELEBRITY TREASURE ISLAND
Anna Simcic, JJ Fong, Kimberley Crossman, Lance Savali and Tammy Davis were today announced as the next group of castaways added to the star-studded line-up of celebrities joining TVNZ 2’s upcoming Celebrity Treasure Island.
Olympian Anna Simcic was the golden girl of Kiwi swimming in the 90’s. Now a life adviser for athletes, Anna wants to practice what she preaches and give Celebrity Treasure Island all she’s got for I Am Hope.
Kiwi actor JJ Fong is passionate about supporting her charity, Leukaemia & Blood Cancer NZ, after she lost her aunt to leukaemia eight years ago.
Actor and comedian Kimberley Crossman would love to make it to the end of the game. A close friend of Celebrity Treasure Island alum Shannon Ryan, Kim could have the inside intel that will take her all the way for her charity, SPCA.
An international dancer and choreographer, Lance Savali has collaborated with global megastars like Beyoncé and Rhianna. Lance gets through life by having a laugh, but he’s ready to get serious for the sake of his charity, the Heart Foundation, having lived through his own heart problems.
George FM host, Tammy Davis is no stranger to the small screen, and relishes the opportunity to be pushed out of his comfort zone for his charity, Love Somebody.
Anna, JJ, Kimberley, Lance and Tammy join Angela Bloomfield, Sir Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford, Chris Parker, Jess Tyson, Joe Daymond and Lana Searle, who were all announced on Monday.
Celebrity Treasure Island will premiere on TVNZ 2 this September.
The next group of celebrity castaways will be announced on Friday.
Celebrity Treasure Island is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production New Zealand.