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Entertainment What you had to say about I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here 2020 coming to North Wales

14:26  29 august  2020
14:26  29 august  2020 Source:   dailypost.co.uk

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ITV announced the exciting news on Thursday that I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here 2020 will be held in North Wales this year.

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Get Me Out Of Here !, does it? What's better than seeing a bunch of famous people being put through their paces with gruelling challenges in return for On August 27th, ITV confirmed the new series will be filmed in the ruins of Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales , which means the celeb contestants

Ant and Dec will be hosting the hugely popular show from Gwrych Castle in Abergele after it was decided to relocate the show from Australia amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Dr Mark Baker, chairman of the Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust, said he's "absolutely delighted", with the Welsh Government also expressing their excitement at the proposals.

And the buzz was mainly reflected in comments from our readers, with dozens of people saying they couldn't wait to see the show in action.

Mary Lewis said: "Definitely looking forward to watching it.

a stone castle with a clock tower in front of a brick building: The entrance to Gwrych Castle near Abergele © DAVID POWELL/NORTH WALES LIVE The entrance to Gwrych Castle near Abergele

"It's going to be brilliant, proud to be Welsh."

David Jones said: "Great advert for North Wales, just hope it showcases some of our beautiful country."

Sophie Owen added: "It will be very different watching it not set in Australia but it will help North Wales loads with the tourism etc so I'm happy about it."

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I ' M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE ! contestant Jennie Bond, who competed on the show in 2004, has spoken out about what this year's line-up of stars can expect from their experience as she I ’ m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here ! 2020 will air from Gwrych Castle in Wales (Image: GETTY).

I ' m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2020 's stars will be forced to endure freezing temperatures and no protection from the elements, as bosses Castle: Andrew White, Director Wales , National Lottery Heritage Fund said : 'We have been delighted to support Gwrych Castle and it is great to hear it will

And Niky Baker added: "With any luck this should showcase North Wales and be good for tourism, even if its folks booking for next year."

Some of you had some thoughts about what trials the contestants might get up to while here.

Lee Kennedy said: "Well one challenge will be literally to eat anything before the seagulls get it."

And others spoke about how the celebrities might cope with the cold Welsh weather, and whether the ghosts of Gwrych Castle might haunt the spooked contestants.

While most people were excited to see the show filmed in the region, some readers were less impressed with the announcement.

One said: "I wont be watching this rubbish.

"Can't stand the programme or the presenters.

"Before anyone says yes I will be switching over to another channel."

And another said: "What a waste of time they are funny as a bucketful of nails."

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