Fans Want Version Of I'm A Celebrity With Ordinary People As Contestants
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is well underway, with millions of fans tuning in every night to see what this year's batch of famous faces are up to.
But some viewers are not content with just watching the stars chow down on a kangaroo's bits or being locked in a cage with thousands of creepy crawlies.
Fans of the show are asking for their opportunity to spend a couple of weeks in the jungle themselves.
Hundreds have taken to social media, urging producers to create a show for ordinary people to take part in.
Writing on Twitter, one person wrote: "@imacelebrity can we so a new show but for us normal peeps. I'm not a celebrity get me in there. Just a thought."
A second viewer commented: "They should do 'I'm a normal person get me out of here!' instead of I'm a Celebrity because I wanna see my dad try and do all the challenges that he called 'easy' lmaoo."
A third wrote: "I wish they did I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! for just normal everyday people instead of just celebrities going on the show."
And the requests just kept on coming, with a fourth user asking the same question: "Can they create an I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! but for normal people or teenagers like me so I can do on it. Cause it's something I've always wanted to do."
While another added: "Reckon they should also do I'm Not a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here with just normal people, that'd be funny."
I wish they did I'm a celebrity get me out of here for just normal everyday people instead of just celebrities going on the show
- megzholloran2 (@megzholloran2) November 21, 2019
Now, whether anything ever comes of this remains to be seen - it's surprising the show's makers haven't already done it, to be honest.
But if they do, the chances are they won't be earning nearly as much as any of this year's current group of celebs.
According to reports, Caitlyn Jenner is taking home the biggest pay packet, earning a massive £500,000 ($640,000) for her appearance.
While other rumours for the celebrity fees include Ian Wright, who is said to have agreed a £400,000 ($513,000) pay cheque, followed by ex-Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle, who will apparently be paid £250,000 ($320,000).
Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway and former EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa are reportedly getting a sweet £75,000 ($96,000) each.
Both rugby start James Haskell and Radio 1 DJ Adele Robers are said to be getting £50,000 ($64,000) each for their appearances.
Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp is rumoured to be on a £40,000 ($51,000) fee, while Myles Stephenson, who sings in X Factor winning band Rak-Su is earning £25,000 ($32,000).
But who knows, maybe one day we could be seeing Alan from the local butchers going ham on some pig anus. We can but hope.
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