I’m A Celeb’s Gwrych Castle flooding fears as camp faces three solid days of rain this week

I’M A Celeb’s Gwrych Castle faces three solid days of rain this week raising flooding fears.

The ITV show is taking place at the impressive venue in Abergele in Wales this year, with the celebrities already facing cold temperatures.

🏰 Follow our I'm A Celebrity 2020 live blog for all the latest updates

But next week, the weather is set to take a turn and get significantly wetter, with forecasts revealing days of rain are on the way.

From Tuesday onwards, the campmates will have a high chance of rain as well as temperatures as low as 9 Celsius on Wednesday.

However, the cold weather might not be an issue for the celebs if some fans' theory about the castle being heated turned out to be true.

Many think the celebs are more toasty than they're letting on after spotting them lounging around the set in nothing but T-shirts.

One tweeted: "I am convinced that this castle has central heating. They are walking around in short sleeve T-shirt’s half the time."

Another pointed out the unusual choice of clothing given temperatures in North Wales hit a low of around six degrees at this time of year.

They wrote: "Do they have secret heating on in this castle? Everyone wearing T-shirt’s, it should be freezing."

Another laughed: "Does that castle have heating? I'm dressed in more sitting in my living room."

Suspicions were aroused on Wednesday night when the stars were shown strolling into the trial area in just T-shirts – despite it being the dead of night.

Vernon Kay, Jessica Plummer, Jordan North and co were seen sitting back in their seats in the summery outfits.

The uniforms had been drastically redesigned so the show can be filmed in Wales rather than sizzling Austraia.

Lightweight shirts and vests were out, and chunky red gilets and raincoats were in – though stars including Vernon and Jordan still wore bandanas like they were in the tropics.

I'm a Celebrity continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

Source: Read Full Article