The new series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! will air in November and due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic it has moved location from sunny Australia to possibly less sunny Wales.
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ITV has debuted the first clip from the new and twentieth series and in it we see hosts Ant and Dec grappling with a map before Ant declares, "Ah it's great to be back Down Under."
What a wheeze! The pair recently hinted that the new series would be set in Gwyrch Castle, a sprawling mock medieval pile on 250 acres of gardens and grounds, which was built between 1812 and 1822 in Abergele, North Wales.
The campmates or castle-mates, if you will, for 2020 are yet to be revealed but among the names rumoured for this season include Longford favourite Maura Higgins from Love Island, Keith Duffy, Eric Cantona, Vinnie Jones, UK Drag Race star Baga Chipaz, and Ulrika-ka-ka-ka Jonsson.
Former IACGMOOH (no, that's not a Welsh word) contestant Joel Dommett has said that the new location will make things much more difficult for the celebrities.
"I think it would be really tough. They are guinea pigs," he told Digital Spy. "I went in and there had already been 16 casts in before me and you kind of knew to a certain degree what to expect.
"This year, there's no idea what to expect, and you know because it's different, they are going to throw everything, including the kitchen sink at them."