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Five More Kiwi Celebrities Prepare For Camp Life On Celebrity Treasure Island

Brynley stent, Candy Lane, Casey Frank, Joe Naufahu and
Tegan Yorwarth were announced today as the next group of celebrity castaways to trade the comforts of home for the scarcity of camp life and join the impressive lineup of attendees at TVNZ 2’s upcoming Celebrity Treasure Island.

For actor, comedian, and writer Brynley Stent, taking part in Celebrity Treasure Island is more than just a game. After losing her mother to non-Hodgkin lymphoma, she is ready to play for the ultimate prize on behalf of her charity. Leukemia and Blood Cancer DE.

Never turning down a challenge, kiwi dance legend Candy Lane hopes to get to the finals quickly and play for Endometriosis NZ, a charity with which she has an important family connection.

This is going to be a whole new ball game for former breaker and Tall Black star Casey Frank, but his mindset is that it’s worth playing when it’s worth playing, and anything to make a difference for his chosen charity, too make. Children can.

Actor and rugby player Joe Naufahu, best known for his role as Dothraki warlord in Game of Thrones, goes into battle in hopes of bringing the treasure home to a charity close to his family.
Breast Cancer New Zealand.

Mai Morning Crew’s award-winning hostess, Tegan Yorwarth, had a brief preliminary talk with her military father and is now traveling north to support her charity
The period place, armed with a ‘let’s just relax, enjoy and get tough’ attitude.

Tegan, Joe, Casey, Candy, and Brynley join in Kimberley Crossman, Tammy Davis, JJ Fong, Anna Simcic, Lance Savali, Angela Bloomfield, Buck Shelford, Chris Parker, Lana Searle, Joe Daymond and Jess Tyson, who were announced earlier this week.

Celebrity Treasure Island will premiere on TVNZ 2 this September.

The next group of prominent castaways will be announced on Sunday.

Celebrity Treasure Island is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production New Zealand.

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