Sir Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford. Picture / SuppliedSome of New Zealand’s favorite well-known faces can be going head-to-head on Movie star Treasure Island later this 12 months.Matt Chisholm and ZM Drive host Bree Tomasel are returning to host the competitors and put the celebrities by their paces.In 2019, Coast radio host Sam Wallace fought his method to win $100,000 for his chosen charity Starship.Right now TVNZ has introduced the primary six contestants becoming a member of the Movie star Treasure Island NZ camp. The present was filmed domestically due to Covid-19 journey restrictions.Angela Bloomfield, Shortland Road starBloomfield appeared on our beloved cleaning soap for twenty-four years as Rachel McKenna, and now the 48-year-old is able to deal with Movie star Treasure Island.Angela Bloomfield. Picture / SuppliedShe’s competing for her chosen charity PolyEmp, which helps younger individuals with particular wants get into their first job after faculty or into tertiary training.The actress is not sure how her time will go on the island, however she is raring to compete.”I am not nervous, there are two extremes – I’m both going to show right into a camp mum, or I’m going to have a panic assault on the prime of some mountain. However I’m okay with both of these!”Sir Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford, former All Blacks captainA competitor who wants no introduction is All Blacks legend Sir ‘Buck’ Shelford.The 63-year-old former All Black and males’s well being advocate is competing for his chosen charity Te Kiwi Maia, which works to help our nation’s first responders.Associated articlesShelford says he is turned down loads of different actuality exhibits earlier than, and his frequent sense can be one in all his largest strengths.”I have been requested earlier than to do a number of these types of programmes and I flip them down as a result of I’m so busy in my life doing the issues that I need to do.”I do not actually class myself as a celeb, I’m simply an ex-rugby participant. I have a tendency to spend so much of my spare time working with the charities,” he says, including being president of a rugby membership retains him busy, as do his grandkids.Chris Parker, comedianParker, who entertained the nation along with his hilarious skits and epic felting expertise throughout our Covid-19 lockdowns is buying and selling within the stage for a aggressive island paradise.Chris Parker. Picture / SuppliedThe 30-year-old comic is “clearly” supporting charity Rainbow Youth, he says.”I’m homosexual. I needed to help a charity that advocates for and helps queer youth in New Zealand.”He determined to join Movie star Treasure Island to offer himself the final word problem.”Life may be so boring and routine like,” he says.”My best power is my attractive physique! No, I believe I can be a giant supportive participant: I’m taking part in for the workforce. There is not any deceit with me – I’m all honesty and all love.”Jess Tyson, former Miss World New Zealand and TV information reporterTyson received the Miss World New Zealand pageant in 2018, and now works as a reporter for Te Ao Māori information at Māori Tv.Jess Tyson. Picture / SuppliedThe 28-year-old is competing for her personal charity Courageous, which helps younger individuals affected by sexual violence.Tyson has a aggressive streak and can use that to her benefit within the competitors.Joe Daymond, comedianJoining fellow comic Chris Parker on the island is Joe Daymond, who boasts greater than 100,000 followers on his social media accounts. He makes use of his platform to entertain and educate in opposition to racism.Joe Daymond. Picture / SuppliedThe 24-year-old’s chosen charity is Movember: “I have been a extremely large advocate for psychological well being, and males’s well being specifically,” he says.He is getting ready his physique for the dietary restrictions on the island.”I did hear that we’re strictly on rice, so I’ve eaten nothing however sushi for 3 meals a day.”Lana Searle, radio hostMediaworks radio host Lana Searle (Ngāti Kuri) plans to make use of technique and data of the outside to her benefit on the island.Lana Searle. Picture / SuppliedThe 34-year-old is supporting a charity based by her iwi known as 4th Gen, which works to seek out methods to teach individuals on the tradition and biosecurity points our ecosystem faces.”I believe I can win,” she says.”I’m most comfy within the underdog surroundings.”• Movie star Treasure Island returns to TVNZ 2 this September.