I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!’s Alli Simpson — sister of singing sensation Cody Simpson — swapped the urban jungle of Los Angeles for the “so-called jungle” of Australia with the 22-year-old blonde bombshell immediately catching the eye of comedian Ash Williams — who had been cosying up to Abbie Chatfield.
Alli impressed and surprised viewers with the way she tackled her first task in the competition, traversing floor after floor of horrific creatures (and one regurgitating toilet) in order to secure stars to feed her waiting campmates.
While Cody is undoubtedly the more famous sibling, Alli has a solid following of her own, boasting 1.2 million Instagram followers and growing. An actor, singer and model, she reportedly became good friends with Miley Cyrus when the pop superstar was dating Cody.
For her part, Simpson is in a relationship with Queensland real estate agent Mitchell Lambert (sorry, Ash) with the pair sharing sweet pics together on their respective Instagram accounts.
Alli was previously in a relationship with fellow singer Conrad Sewell, who she dated from 2017 to 2018. At the time of their split, Alli told The Daily Mail, “It was a mutual thing, but we were talking about it at dinner [in Sydney] and it’s a difficult thing to have a relationship in the public eye. I don’t even know what the right thing to say is and how involved you want to get with the rest of the world.”
The singer has also released a few tracks over the years under her own record label with catchy titles such as Notice Me, Material Boy and the very relatable, Why I’m Single.
The multi-talented Aussie has also hosted her own radio show, The Alli Simpson Show, where she interviewed celebrities such as Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
You might also recognise Simpson from Filthy Rich and Homeless, in which she swapped her privileged life to discover what life is like for the nation’s homeless in the country’s most expensive city (Sydney).
The experience was so moving for the influencer that she went on to team up with the Salvation Army for a campaign to help Australians living on the street.
The campaign, which was also in conjunction with apparel company Underworks, encouraged people to post pictures of them wearing socks and thongs to Instagram with the hashtag #IGiveASock with a pair of socks then being donated to people who need them most.