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I’m A Celebrity will happen this year with new show also confirmed

ITV have confirmed that I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here will go ahead this year after fears it would fall victim to the global coronavirus pandemic.

It has been eight months since EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa triumphed in a narrow victory over Coronation Street’s Kirk, aka actor Andy Whyment and the rumour mill has thrown up all sorts of names to follow in their foosteps.

Everyone from Tiger King’s Carole Baskin to TV host Vernon Kay have been linked to the I’m A Celebrity line-up and whether they will be in camp or not, one thing we know is that the show will happen.

I’m A Celebrity will return for its 20th series in the autumn and will be joined on TV schedules by a new show – a documentary called I’m A Celebrity: A Jungle Story, which will celebrate the show’s best moments over the last two decades.

The show started way back in 2002, with series 1 won by DJ legend Tony Blackburn. Other winners have included Joe Swash, Dougie Poynter, Kerry Katona, Vicky Pattison and Scarlett Moffatt.

While the new series will go ahead, there has been some doubt cast on the location of I’m A Celebrity 2020, with some reports suggesting it may be forced to relocate due to coronavirus-forced travel restrictions.



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