I’m a celebrity for having radical new sleeping arrangements as the stars live in a ‘haunted’ castle


I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! is supposed to make bigger changes to this year’s show. The ITV reality show will take part in the grounds of the ‘haunted’ Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales.

But now, it’s been revealed that the show’s producers will be making changes to how contestants sleep, the Mirror reports.

Instead of having celebrities sleep in hammocks and sleeping bags under the stars while living in the Australian jungle, the stars of this year’s show will benefit from a makeshift covered encampment.

They’ll also get thermals amid fears that many could leave the series if the filming conditions turn out to be too dark and too cold.

A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Bosses need to make sure their celebrity cast doesn’t quit – they can’t put them to sleep outside like in Australia because they’re freezing.

“The UK winter isn’t the best and the talents aren’t used to scrambling it in the cold, so the bosses are setting up an undercover camp equipped with cameras to capture all the action. ”

Things will be very different on I’m A Celeb for the 2020 season, as the lush green jungle of the Australian outback and the haunted grounds of Welsh Castle are gone.

Paparazzi photos earlier in the week showed workers taking action to renovate the castle grounds into a film location.

The shift from the southern hemisphere to the wilderness of Wales comes after too many issues were presented by the coronavirus to film Down Under as usual.

Patrons of the show feared local lockdowns and second waves linked to the pandemic could prevent contestants and the crew from traveling to and from the filming location.

While the new Wales filming location is said to be haunted by ghosts – which should add a new level of terror to the long-running series.


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