I’M A Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here! will go ahead this year — but contestants will not get the five-star treatment when they are evicted from the jungle.
Bosses have decided that the stars of the ITV show will not stay at the £1,000-a-night Versace hotel.
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This year’s series will be a more low-key affair with no friends and family flown Down Under either.
Celebs will go back on a plane to the UK to avoid unnecessary mingling.
The show has had to make an agreement with Australia’s government and border force to stage the show in the midst of the global coronavirus crisis.
A source said: “ITV are in constant contact with the Australian authorities and are making sure everything they do is in line with their requirements.
“Part of that is that there will be no huge entourage waiting for celebrities to leave the jungle.
“And no friends also means no Versace hotel, where they have always stayed in the lap of luxury. When celebs are evicted they’ll be on the first plane home.”
The announcement on I’m A Celeb comes as ITV revealed their bumper autumn schedule. Top boss Kevin Lygo said ITV’s soaps — Emmerdale and Coronation Street — would be returning to six episodes a week by next month.
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