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A plane has been flown over the castle where I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is currently being filmed.
According to reports, the stunt kicked up a frenzy in the castle walls as staff working on the ITV show had to get everyone back inside to avoid them seeing it.
The contestants are meant to be completely cut off from the outside world and in the dark as to which campmates are popular with the show's viewers.
The small aircraft travelled through the skies above Gwrych Castle with a huge banner that said 'Danny Miller to win'.
As per The Sun, it seems the campmates were non-the-wiser of the prank after getting back to the castle from isolation.
A source told the publication: "Nobody has any idea who was behind the prank, but fortunately the campmates were inside the castle and didn't see it.
"It's part of the show that they're cut off from the outside world and don't have any idea who is popular with viewers - it was a close call."
Miller, who plays Aaron Dingle in Emmerdale, clearly has some adoring fans (if they were behind the prank) who are calling for him to be crowned champion despite him not being a favourite to win.
LADbible has contacted I'm A Celebrity for a statement.
Currently Coronation Street star Simon Gregson is favourite to win with Coral at 5-2 while David Ginola is coming in at 11-4. Frankie Bridge is 4-1 to win.
The contestants had only recently returned back to the castle after three days off air which was brought about thanks to Storm Arwen.
The show returned on our screens on Tuesday night after extreme weather conditions forced the production team to throw in the towel until things were safe again.
Co-hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly welcomed back viewers at the start of the episode and praised the teams that worked around the clock to get the show back up and running.
The pair showed images of the destruction caused by the storm on the production site and confirmed that the castle did not suffer significant damage, but explained the celebrities were evacuated as a precaution and taken to separate locations without phones, internet or TVs.
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