It’s this time of year again, but I’m a celebrity for 2020 িয়ে get me out of here! There have been a few changes in the camp.
For the first time in 18 years, the hit reality TV show has moved out of the Australian jungle, due to interruptions in the period COVID-19 The epidemic, and now closer to home, is being filmed in Wales.
Will it be better or worse for celebrities? Will the toilet still be right? And how do you grub the wicket in Wales?
As the season of 20 I am a celebrity Set to get started, here are the answers to all the important questions.
Who is participating?
After much speculation and a few leaks, the line-up is now confirmed.
First, there are Sir Mo Farah, 37, the most successful British track athlete in the history of the modern Olympic Games.
With all the medals under his belt, of course the teams will rely on him to do well in the works.
“I think there will be a lot of pressure but hopefully it should get better.” “I know yaki stuff is involved in eating tests but you just have to hold your nose and burst.”
TV gift Vernon K.Bill, who is married to street-less dancing host Tess Daly, is also on the bill, saying he’s doing it for his daughters Phoebe and Amber.
The 44-year-old, who has done shows including T4, All Star Family Fortune, Beat the Star and Splash, as well as appearing on Radio 1, said: “Every time I talk about it, I get a double fist pump from them. And they are thrilled to be involved. “
Coronation Street Dear Beverly Collard, Aka Liz MacDonald is also taking part, after rejecting many offers to appear in the jungle, she finally said yes after deciding to leave the soap after 31 years.
They will be joined by singers, presenters and comedians Shane Ritchie56 56, best known for his portrayal of Alfie Moon in Eastenders; Radio 1 presenter Jordan North, 30; Journalist and broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire, 52; Author and podcaster Giovanna Fletcher, 35; Former Streetly Low Dancing Star AJ Pritchard, 26; Paralympic gold medal Holly Arnold, 26; And singers and EastEnders They Jessica Plumer, 28.
There will no doubt be some additions here as the series goes on.
Where is this series being filmed?
This year, celebrities will change sunscreen for switchers after setting up camp Guerrich Castle in Abergel. North Wales.
ITV says the format of the show’s series will remain the same despite the different aspects of the decision – although this year’s winner will be crowned King or Queen of the Castle instead of Jungle.
Situated on a tree-lined hill overlooking the Irish Sea and next to the Abergel Golf Club and Monroe Farm Park, the privately owned castle boasts tarot, towers and research and offers twenty-five acres of gardens and fields.
After the stage Portillo featured the venue several years ago in the Great British Railway Journey series, it will now be time to ignite.
Guerrich Castle Preserve Trust Chairman Dr. Mark Buck describes the castle as “a beautiful grade listed as a 19th century house and a must-see destination for tourists traveling to Wales”.
Faith hopes the show will support ongoing reconstruction projects and help the region make an economic improvement.
Which restrictions will be effective due to COVID-19?
Despite the latest lockdown rules, the series is moving forward a lot.
However, ITV has released a “COVID Management Plan” detailing drastic measures, including the use of wearable buzzers, which are discontinued after crew members approach each other.
With a lot of work starting from a remote location in London, the number of site crews has also halved and both celebrity and host ants and December will have access to “extremely limited” production.
Competitors have formed a bubble of isolation over the past two weeks, such as Ants and Dec – fortunately, the pair are good friends.
All of these will be tested for carnivirus every three days.
Other measures include banning visitors from the site, masking the crew at certain locations, checking the temperature upon arrival, hand washing, testing and special training.
Richard Cowles, Entertainment Director at ITV Studios, said: “Everyone on the production team has worked incredibly hard to bring a celebrity to Wales and a huge part of making that possible is developing our protocol around COVID.
“We’ve worked with Dr. Paul Leachfield, ITV’s Chief Medical Officer, ITV’s Department of Health and Safety, and our own health and safety and medical team to keep everyone connected to the product – who is in front of and behind the camera – as safe as possible.”
Did the crew or crew have a carnivirus?
Pritchard revealed that he had tested positive when he was isolated before traveling to the castle.
However, he said he has no symptoms, and has had two negative tests since his positive result – which means he will go to the ball.
“Thanks to ITV and the whole team for putting in place security measures to protect their staff and celebrities, that’s why we’re isolated,” he said.
“Right now we are in a situation like this in this insane world.”
He added: “I’m ready to win anything I throw at myself.”
How are you dealing with ants and December?
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly recently revealed that they took part in their first Buschcar trial, which appeared in a special episode before the series began.
Filmed in the jungle in 2012, the presenters took on the challenge of eating a deadly horror.
Trailers of the series show the two getting used to their new abode, one of which features the pair in a Welsh cafe. After 18 years of Australian cuisine, Welsh cakes are served instead.
Another shows them scratching their heads in search of the location of their figure, after waterproofing in the rain they test their mapping skills.
“Well, this is the coldest summer ever in Australia,” DC said, before Ante’s phone gave him a message in Welsh.
What about the challenge?
Lots of jungle challenges depend on the jungle and its animals. So how will they be replicated here in the UK?
Australia has snakes, spiders and these huge angry crabs,
ITV put the details at the bottom of the wrapper, simply saying that viewers will see Castle’s drunken trials and fun-filled challenges to win food and treats among the top to crown the King for the first time. “
So you have to find out.
I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! It starts at 9pm on Sunday 15th November on ITV
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