Ahead of her appearance in the movie I Am A Celebrity Get Me Out of Hair, Vernon Kay shows himself in a secluded big, beautiful townhouse.
The TV and radio presenter from Horwich, Bolton, on his Instagram page gave fans the luxury property he was staying in before the show.
This is because the entire cast was asked to isolate themselves in specific places for two weeks before going on the ITV set.
Vernon told his fans: “So I was told I was going to be a celebrity … get me out of here and I want to be honest with you.
“But before we went to the castle in North Wales, we were particularly isolated in the beautiful farm houses, beds, breakfast and hotels.
“I’m lucky to live in this place. It’s beautiful, a small farm house in Anglo.”
Due to corona virus restrictions, the show’s latest series is taking place in Gwich Castle, Wales, more than usual in the Australian jungle.
According to the Mirror, Vernon’s wife Tess Daly and their two daughters did not join him at the farmhouse.
Speaking to his 132,000 Instagram followers, he continued: “The weather is fun. It’s windy when I can not sleep, and it’s great.
“I brought my own golf net, so I can practice my golf swing. Look at the moors behind me. You train low flying skills and fly RAF every day.”
Vernon added: “We have a handful of bedrooms upstairs, which is a waste of time because I’m the only one on the farm.”
The television star asked fans to vote for him because he was interested in engaging in all the challenges and tasks that IAC throws at contestants.
He spoke of the excitement of meeting his fellow camp members this weekend.
The 46-year-old is believed to be bankrolling $ 150,000.
Vernon first became famous as the presenter of Channel 4’s weekend magazine show T4.
He then performed on All Star Family Fortunes, Beat the Star, Splash !, The Whole 19 Yards, Home for the Holiday, Let’s Win Gold, and 1000 Heartbeats.
He also hosted his own BBC Radio 1 show between 2004 and 2012.
Vernon honors his two daughters, Phoebe and Amber, for their decision to attend the show The Daily Star reports.
“I mainly do this for my daughters, Phoebe and Amber,” he said.
“It’s a show they watch regularly, they put people behind the camp, and I think it’s more fun for them to be involved.
“Now it’s approaching.
Vernon also revealed that X Factor host Dermot O’Leary and former Saturday singer Rochelle Hume had promised wise words before going into isolation.
“I told them it’s just a tele show!
“We may not be wearing hats with cork this year. Yes, it’s different from being in Wales, but there’s already a lot of gossip, and I’m excited.”
Along with I Am Celeb, who is known for his brutal Bush Tucker trials, Vernon said: “I’m afraid of limited space. Being clustrophobic in water is a big deal, and I don’t like it.”
ITV viewers can tune in to the camp for the first time on Sunday, November 14 at 9pm.
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