Many things may have changed for this year’s I Am A Celebrity, but one thing remains the same: each of the campers has to complete some unusually hard work.
Tonight’s episode, former East Enters star Shane Ritchie and radio presenter Jordan North will watch the first Bush Tucker Trial of 2020 – The Viper Vault.
Home audiences voted for the first hand-trying couple on a trial, and it doesn’t seem like an easy first job for celebrities.
At trial they are seen being placed in a coffin full of snakes, trying their best to unlock the safes in an attempt to gain as many stars as possible for the camp.
In the preview clip released by ITV, the shocked Shane, Jordan, Ant and December explain the task.
The ant says: “As the name implies, you are not alone there. You can stop the trial at any time by saying ‘I am a celebrity get me out of hair’, but this will end the trial for you and your partner, and more stars will be lost. ”
December adds: “You don’t have to try, you never have to do a trial here. You can go back to camp, but you’re going back empty-handed.”
December asks Jordan what he thinks, to which he replies: “I do not think I have ever been afraid of this in my life. I do not like flying and I would panic before boarding a plane but this
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The series kicked off last night with 10 members of the I Am A Celebrity 2020 lineup – including Mo Farah and Vernon Kay, arriving at the camp site in Gwirch Castle, North Wales.
The show marks the twentieth anniversary of the show’s first being away from the Australian jungle following corona virus travel restrictions.
Two more celebrities are set to join the camp in the original ten – comments made by Tenor Russell Watson indicate that he could be one of the contestants to be unveiled.
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