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I'm A Celebrity start date finally 'REVEALED'
I'm A Celebrity's start date has finally been revealed, with hosts Ant and Dec reportedly set to welcome a new batch of stars to Gwrych Castle in a number of days. The ITV show is said to kick off on Sunday 21st November according to The Sun, with the famous faces once again heading to North Wales as opposed to Australia amid Covid-19 travel restrictions.Celebrities tipped to head into the Grade I listed 19th-century country house include Adam Woodyatt, Richard Madeley, Arlene Phillips and Frankie Bridge.
Production staff onare working 24 hours a day to get the set at Gwrych Castle back up and running according to hosts Ant ans Dec.
In a video posted to their Instagram the Geordie duo updated fans with news about the clean-up project needed to get it back on air.
Since Storm Arwen hit, causing destruction and travel delays across Wales and, the popular show
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A pre-recorded episode was shown on Friday and theand on Monday.
The celebrities have also been moved fromin north Wales with
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on Tuesday and took to their Instagram to share the news.
In a video posted to their joint Instagram account the presenters praised the I'm A Celebrity team and crew for working "around the clock 24/7" to get the castle and camp ready.
They said: "We've got great news. The team has worked around the clock 24/7 to get the site back up and ready and safe to carry on."
The presenters then announced the show would be back on Tuesday before making jokes about using a toy castle and figurines had the hiatus continued.
Ant said: "[Being back on air] means we don't have to present to this castle and these figures pretending they are celebrities anymore."
The hosts then used two toy Welsh dragons as a fake trial for the fake castle saying: "We don't have to do that anymore because we are back!"
I'm A Celebrity viewers disappointed by this year's lineup
Many took to Twitter to vent their frustrations, stating that they had 'no idea' who the contestants were and that Ant and Dec were the 'only celebrities' on the show.But viewers were left unimpressed by this year's lineup, which includes Richard Madeley, Frankie Bridge, Naughty Boy, Arlene Phillips, David Ginola, Danny Miller, Snoochie Shy, Kadeena Cox, Matty Lee, and Louise Minchin.
This year's series has already faced some serious mishaps withpresenter Richard Madeley taken to hospital and due to Covid guidelines while it is
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here will return to ITV at 9pm on Tuesday.
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