I’m A Celebrity: The show is expected to return this November [ITV]
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans are already getting exciting for the upcoming series of the ITV reality show.
With the likes of Danny Dyer, Jacqueline Jossa and Jonny Mitchell joining the series 17 rumoured lineup list, we can understand why.
But ahead of Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly reuniting to present the series, fans already have important questions about the reality show.
Where do the celebs set up camp? [Wenn]
The UK edition of the show is filmed out in the Australian Outback.
To be specific, the camp is set up to the south of the Springbrook National Park in New South Wales
But is it about to change? According to reports, it could move to Kangeroo Island, Australian’s third biggest island, once the current contract is up.
Ola Jordan showers white bikini I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! [Rex]
So many people have wondered over the years whether the show is fake.
While producers insist the show is real — from the celebrities sleeping arrangement to the infamous bushtucker trials — there is one thing they have admitted isn’t real.
According to The Sun, a show insider has confirmed the shower is actually fake, and runs warm water for the celebs to wash in.
It is also reported that the water is turned on and off throughout the day to save using too much and wasting anything.
Ant and Dec will be returning for another series of I’m A Celebrity [Wenn]
Naturally, famous faces don’t volunteer to live in the wild, survive off beans and rice and sleep in a tomb filled with rats all for free.
Last year, the salaries of the 2017 celebs was revealed, with Carol Vorderman being paid the most to take part.
The former Countdown host was reportedly paid a whopping £200,000.
Celebs are given a uniform for their time in the jungle [ITV]
Hardy anything! The rules are very strict, as they’re given a uniform to wear in there.
Boys and girls are allowed to pack three sets of underwear and three sets of swimwear. For all the sexy shower scenes, of course.