I’m a Celeb viewers all have the same complaint about episode one
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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is back with a fresh set of stars gearing up to take on a bunch of awful tasks - but viewers tuning in to this evening’s show all had the same complaint.
The popular ITV show kicked off tonight with Josie Gibson, Nella Rose and Nigel Farage all being dropped off into the Aussie Outback to face a rather grim task to win their campmates some time for their own separate challenge.
Meanwhile, Danielle Harold, Fred Sirieix, Sam Thompson and Grace Dent were sent up to a super high building with hosts Ant and Dec to take on their own challenge to try and win some meals for camp.
All four celebrities absolutely smashed it, to be fair, picking up the maximum four stars - which translates to four meals for camp.
The challenge may be familiar to fans of the show, as our famous faces being dangled off the side of a tall building is a pretty regular feature, and it was this fact that has left some viewers unimpressed.
Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, one viewer said: “They all act really surprised when they see the building like they don’t show it every year.”
Another wrote: “Have @ITV got a lifetime contract with that building for the I'm A Celeb opener? Mix it up for once.”
While a third commented: “I’m A Celebrity producers coming up with ideas for tasks every year and deciding in episode 1 they’ll all be dangled off a really high building.”
Also heading into the camp this year is Nick Pickard, Jamie-Lynn Spears and Marvin Humes.
The show was hit with quite a bit of controversy before it even aired for its inclusion of Farage, with some fans even vowing to ‘boycott’ the show.
Speaking about why he decided to join up, Farage said: "I want to test myself. Business, politics, media, I’ve done so many different jobs and generally I have been reasonably successful.
"But I have never been tested in quite this way.
"It’s such a mental test and maybe I will discover who I really am.
“I understood why Matt Hancock did it. He went in there with his reputation on the floor.
"The truth is after the banking issue I raised a few months ago, I was standing up for a million people who had lost their bank accounts, then winning at the TRIC awards, I am going in at a different stage of my career."
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Topics: Im A Celebrity