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Entertainment I'm A Celeb 'have scrapped family reunions amid COVID-19 crisis'

02:50  02 december  2020
02:50  02 december  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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I'm A Celebrity show bosses have reportedly been forced to scrap emotional family reunions on the show due to the coronavirus crisis.

It has been claimed that new strict rules amid the global pandemic has meant that it is not possible to bring the contestants' loved ones in to greet them after their stint on the programme came to an end.

A source speaking to The Sun on Tuesday claimed: 'ITV were desperate to include the segment as it is always really sweet and heart-warming.

a person standing next to a palm tree: Tough decision: I'm A Celeb bosses 'have scrapped family reunions amid the coronavirus crisis', it was reported on Tuesday (2018 winner Harry Redknapp with his wife Sandra) © Provided by Daily Mail Tough decision: I'm A Celeb bosses 'have scrapped family reunions amid the coronavirus crisis', it was reported on Tuesday (2018 winner Harry Redknapp with his wife Sandra)

'It's also a nice lift for the celebs who are fed up after three weeks of rations and being away from family.

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'But this year they've realised with Covid rules and restrictions, it's just too much of a logistical headache, so have had to knock it on the head.'

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a young boy standing next to a fence: Not possible: It has been claimed that new strict rules amid the global pandemic has meant they can't bring the contestants' loved ones in to greet them as it is 'a logistical headache' © Provided by Daily Mail Not possible: It has been claimed that new strict rules amid the global pandemic has meant they can't bring the contestants' loved ones in to greet them as it is 'a logistical headache'

The show was relocated from Australia to Wales due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the stars staying in Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales, for six weeks.

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Jessica Plummer and Russell Watson were the latest stars evicted from I'm A Celebrity on Tuesday night.

In the double elimination, Russell, 54, received the lowest amount of votes from the public, while EastEnders star Jess, 28, placed seventh in the competition.

When asked how they were feeling by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, Jess said 'mixed emotions', while Russell added: 'mixed emotions for me too as well,' before adding: 'Can't wait for a shave'.

Changes: The show was relocated from Australia to Wales due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the stars staying in Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales, for six weeks © Provided by Daily Mail Changes: The show was relocated from Australia to Wales due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the stars staying in Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales, for six weeks

Prompted further by Dec, Tenor Russell said: 'I'm emotional really, it just reminds me of what a good time we had in there. I got hit on the head and ate a few cockroaches- apart from that it was great.

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'It felt difficult going in late, it felt like everyone had established a relationship, but no I settled in well.

The remaining six celebrities will continue to be evicted from the programme's new location of Gwrych Castle in North Wales each night until the finale on Friday.

Parasport athlete Hollie Arnold and actress Ruthie Henshall were voted off the show last week, while Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were eliminated in the series' first double elimination on Monday.

Russell Watson standing posing for the camera: Voted off: Jessica Plummer and Russell Watson were the latest stars evicted from I'm A Celebrity on Tuesday night © Provided by Daily Mail Voted off: Jessica Plummer and Russell Watson were the latest stars evicted from I'm A Celebrity on Tuesday night Read more

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