I’m a celebrity, Get Me Out Hair star Jessica Plummer has admitted to the family that she thinks she’s mentally fit to attend this series.
The extraordinarily popular reality show returns to its twentieth series, but with one big difference – a new location.
Since the corona virus first came to our screens in 2002 due to a pandemic outbreak, the series will no longer be filmed in the Australian jungle.
Instead, filming takes place at the historic Gwich Castle in Abergegel, North Wales, where hosts Ant and December return to host an adapted version of I Am A Celebrity and Get Me Out of Hair. .
10 celebrities will enter the Welsh camp. The show still promises to showcase celebrities through rigorous trials and tribulations to obtain food and special treats, first Castle or Queen, until a camper is crowned.
Before entering the famous camp, East Enters actress Jessica Plummer said: “It’s better for people to see who I am than my East Enters character.”
28-year-old Chandel Atkins is known to millions. Earlier this year he was killed by BBC soap.
The actress hopes to cure her fears at the Welsh Fortress. The family thinks he is mentally ill to attend.
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She revealed to those closest to her that she could not believe that she was giving up the luxuries of living in basic living conditions.
Jessica confessed: “I think everyone I’m told is my mind. My family is like everything, ‘Jessa is serious, you’re such a scary cat, you’re so precious about your luxuries, why do you sign up?”
“But I reminded them I went camping as a kid and I’ve got it in me. I’m quite competitive. I played sports as a child, and if I do not give it all up I’m going to inspire myself.”
She added about her long list of phobias that could come from being a celebrity: “I’ve got all the fears. When my friends see me, they’re going to say, ‘What’s the matter? It doesn’t make sense.’ But I have to tell myself that it’s good to face your heart.”
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Jessica admitted that she was not waiting for the tests. She said: “I’m afraid of all of them. Is one of them better? Is it better than the other? I remember seeing the show in the past and always waiting for the food trial. Whether I want to be a part of it is a different matter.”
Commenting on her reasons for signing up, the soap star said: “I can not wait to see everyone, I’m going to do things I never did. It will be a great experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity.
“I’m really excited about who I’m going to stay with. The whole goal is to work as a team to survive.”
* I’m a celebrity, Let Me Out will air on ITV from November 15th
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