ITV I'm A Celebrity viewers 'caught off guard' and ask 'what is going on' after change in show
I'm A Celebrity viewers say they were 'caught off guard' and asked 'what is going on' after spotting a strange change in the show. The 23rd series of the much-loved ITV programme launched on Sunday night (November 19) with 10 celebrities making their way into camp.
Taking part this year is actor Nick Pickard, actress and singer Jamie Lynn Spears, TV personality and Radio DJ Sam Thompson, This Morning host Josie Gibson, YouTuber Nella Rose, GB News host and ex-politician Nigel Farage, food critic Grace Dent, JLS star and TV presenter Marvin Humes, First Dates' Fred Sirieix and EastEnders actress Danielle Harold.
In a first for I’m A Celebrity, the show began with three celebrities dropped straight into the Australian Outback to complete a series of challenges. First Josie and Nigel met, and were then joined by Nella, before hearing from hosts Ant and Dec.
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Dec said: “Welcome to the Australian Outback. For now, it’s just the three of you. Your fellow celebrities are 2,000 miles away on the Gold Coast," as Ant then explained: "The other celebrities will be trying to win stars for the first meal in camp. However, how much time they have to do that will be down to you three. You’ll now take on challenges to win tokens, the more tokens you win, the more time they’ll have.”
Meanwhile, on the Gold Coast, Sam, Danielle, Grace and Fred were flown by helicopter to the top of a building 100 metres off of the ground. Having just met for the first time Marvin, Jamie Lynn and Nick then learned they would