Here's The First Look Inside I'm A Celebrity 2020's Gwrych Castle
The first pictures of the Welsh castle that's set to host I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! have been released - and it's a far cry from the jungles of Australia.
Builders have been working for weeks to restore Gwrych Castle, with the stars expected to be camping in very different conditions to what we've seen over the show's 20-year history.
Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the ITV show was relocated from Australia to North Wales, where a host of celebs will take on a reimagined version of the reality TV favourite.
Contestants on this year's show, who include TV presenter Vernon Kay and Team GB legend Mo Farah, will face freezing temperatures in the run-down fort.
The show is set to return to our screens from 15 November at 9pm, ITV has confirmed.
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Now in its 20th series, contestants will find themselves at the historic castle in Abergele, with views of the Welsh countryside and overlooking the Irish Sea.
The sprawling, atmospheric structure is spread across 250 acres of gardens and grounds. So practically a jungle, then.
As on previous iterations of the show, viewers will see the celebrities undertake gruelling trials and fun-filled challenges to win food and treats in the lead up to one of them being crowned, for the first time ever, King or Queen of the Castle.
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