I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is reportedly set to make more major 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 has been revealed the show’s producers will be making changes to how the contestants will be sleeping, the Mirror reports.
Instead of having the celebrities sleep in hammocks and in sleeping bags under the stars while living in the Australian jungle, the stars in this year’s show will be provided with a makeshift roofed camp.
They will also get thermals amid fears many might quit the show if the filming conditions prove too bleak and cold.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Bosses need to make sure their celeb cast don’t quit – they can’t have them sleeping outside, like in Australia, as they’d freeze.
“The UK winter is not the nicest and the talent are not used to roughing it in the cold so bosses are creating an under-cover camp kitted out with cameras to capture all the action.”
Things will be looking very different on I’m A Celeb for the 2020 season as gone is the lush green jungle of the Aussie outback and in is the haunted grounds of the Welsh castle.
Paparazzi shots earlier in the week showed workmen taking action to renovate the castle grounds into a filming location.
The move from the Southern Hemisphere to the wilds of Wales come after too many issues were presented by coronavirus to film Down Under as usual.
Show bosses were concerned local lockdowns and second waves relating to the pandemic could hinder contestants and crew travelling to and from the filming location.
While the new filming location in Wales is said to be haunted by ghosts – which is expected to add a new level of terror to the long-running series.