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I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Will Return In November

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I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Will Return In November

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! will return to our tellies in November.

Hosts Ant and Dec confirmed the news on Twitter today (22 October) and revealed the show will take place in Wales once again.

In the newly released trailer, the ever-present pair take on the role of knights and promise that this year, the reality TV show 'will be more gruelling than ever'.

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The programme will be returning to Gwrych Castle near Abergele in North Wales for the forthcoming series.

The last series of the show took place in the UK for the first time, after the Covid-19 pandemic forced producers to scrap plans to film the programme at its usual base in Australia.

The celebrity line-up for the new series of the programme is yet to be revealed.

However, a number of stars - including broadcaster Richard Madeley and former Love Island star Maura Higgins - have been rumoured to be taking part.

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The last series of the show was won by podcast host Giovanna Fletcher.

Credit: Instagram/@mrsgifletcher
Credit: Instagram/@mrsgifletcher

Extra road safety measures will be put in place during this year's filming after a woman taking a picture of the location was hit by a car and died, an inquest heard earlier this month.

Sharn Hughes, 58, had gone with her husband David Elfyn Hughes, to see the lights on the castle on 21 November last year when she stepped out from an archway into the road and was struck by a Volvo estate travelling at the speed limit of 60mph.

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Coroner for North Wales east and central John Gittins said the chief executive of Conwy County Borough Council Iwan Davies had written to him outlining additional safety measures which would be in place for the filming of this year's series of the show.

The show will return to Gwrych Castle. Credit: Alamy
The show will return to Gwrych Castle. Credit: Alamy

These include a reduced speed limit of 30mph for the road up to and beyond the scene of the fatal collision.

Mrs Hughes' family said they were grateful for the changes.

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They told the court £5,000 had been raised following her death for a foodbank she had collected for.

Gittins told the family: "I'm absolutely certain that, regardless of the horrendous circumstances leading to her passing, you must be incredibly proud of this woman."

He recorded a conclusion of death arising from a road traffic collision, with the cause of death as multiple traumatic injuries.

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Topics: TV and Film

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