I’M A Celebrity fans spotted a sweet tribute to Aussie’s Kiosk Kev as he was substituted for the Welsh series.
Viewers first met Kiosk Cledwyn tonight as Hollie Arnold and Giovanna Fletcher for the Castle Coin Challenge.
And after placing the castle pieces on his counter, a framed photo of the Kev kiosk on an Australian beach could be seen.
This caused viewers to miss the Australian equivalent, with one saying, “I miss Kiosk Keith.”
Another said: “NO I DON’T LIKE THIS I MISS KIOSK KEITH!” ”
Someone added, “Oh, I miss the Keith booth. “
ITV bosses have made a series of changes after the long-running series was forced to leave their jungle home in Australia and move to Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales due to Covid-19.
A source said: “The ITV bosses are having a lot of fun with the changes to this year’s show, including the characters who have been on the show since its debut in 2002.
“Obviously stealing Kiosk Kev, which is played by a farmer called Mark Herlaar, in the UK was banned, so they chose Kiosk Cledwyn.
“The name is a bit of a joke and is a nod to Cledwyn, who was Secretary of State for Wales in the late 1960s.
“He will be the face of the new Goofy Dollar Challenge, the game that celebrities play daily to win treats, but he has been reviewed.
“The task is now known as the Castle Coin Challenge and will be just as difficult as before.”
Tonight the Cledwyn kiosk called the camp for the first time, with Victoria Derbyshire rushing to answer the phone.
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He asked them what percentage of Brits talked about the weather at least once a day, A. 26% or B, 44%.
They were all convinced it was 44 percent – but the Cledwyn booth immediately closed its shutter to the faces of Giovanna and Hollie who both said, “Nooooooo.
Hollie and Giovanna resumed the applause at camp – but they must have given them the bad news that they got the wrong answer.