Restrictions related to coronaviruses made it difficult to plan the next series, hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
Australia currently has a two week quarantine process for newcomers to the country and there is also the issue of social remoteness to consider.
The Sun reports that one of the proposals examined by ITV employs a mainly Australian crew and leaves the British members with the aim of minimizing the risks for all those involved.
A source told the publication, “I am a celebrity in six months, but the bosses are holding meetings to find out how to keep this going in the current climate.
“A package of measures is under consideration. “
Using “95%” Australian crews would overcome quarantine issues and those who fly normally down think they might miss this time because “ITV must seriously consider all options”.
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Each outcome is expected as the Covid-19 situation is constantly evolving and there are fears of a second spike after the lifting of the lockout restrictions.
The insider continued, “It’s such a huge audience success, so they will do everything they can to make sure he gets on the air.”
“But the safety and well-being of their teams is always the priority.”
The trials and tribulations of jungle life have averaged over 10 million viewers per episode and is one of the channel’s flagship shows.
The current queen of the jungle is former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa, who notably defeated American reality star Caitlyn Jenner.
Mirror Online contacted ITV for comment.
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