The I’m A Celeb stars have arrived (Image: Splash)
The celebs of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2020 have been noticed arriving on set, with a parade of black vehicles photographed getting into the grounds of Gwrych Fort in Wales.
I’m A Superstar is returning to our screens this Sunday, with contestants together with Olympian Sir Mo Farah, former Strictly Come Dancing dancer AJ Pritchard and podcaster Giovanna Fletcher gearing themselves as much as tackle the dreaded Bushtucker Trials.
Shortly earlier than the launch of the brand new ITV sequence, the celebrities participating within the programme made their technique to the citadel, having been positioned in self-isolation beforehand.
In one of many photos, a person with blonde hair sporting a pink gilet and a blue shirt could be seen sitting behind one of many automobiles.
Nonetheless, it’s tough to inform whether or not the passenger is Coronation Road star Beverley Callard or broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire.
Whoever it’s, they’re going to need to rapidly get used to residing a life sans luxurious after I’m A Superstar formally begins, with the contestants set to sleep in bare, freezing conditions.
The celebs’ arrival regarded like fairly an operation (Image: Splash)
The celebrities are additionally going to have to make use of a bathe room that appears extra like a torture chamber than a rest room, a far cry from the waterfall contestants are normally in a position to make use of within the present’s typical camp in Australia.
Which contestant was noticed behind the automotive? (Image: Splash)
Earlier than arriving at Gwrych Fort, skilled dancer AJ shared a heartfelt put up on Instagram bidding his girlfriend Abbie Quinnen farewell as he heads off for what may very well be a number of weeks.
‘Off I’m going on my new journey! I hope to do you proud. See you all on the opposite facet,’ the 26-year-old mentioned, sharing an image of him and Abbie and one other along with his brother, former Love Island contestant Curtis Pritchard, additionally in body.
Abbie shared a selfie of her and AJ on Instagram, alongside the caption: ‘I miss you already.’
It was just lately feared that AJ’s possibilities of showing on I’m A Superstar had been put in danger after he examined constructive for coronavirus.
Nonetheless, after testing destructive on two events, AJ was cleared to participate in the competition, saying in a press release: ‘I’m very enthusiastic about that. It’s a giant aid for everyone. I simply wish to thank ITV for all their stringent measures. The entire level of us going into lockdown and isolating is simply in case this does occur.’
I’m A Superstar returns on Sunday at 9pm on ITV.