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Lottie Gibbons

ITV I'm A Celebrity rumoured start date is a lot sooner than you think

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! will reportedly start earlier than usual due to the World Cup.

Last week, a new trailer aired for the upcoming season. The video clip saw the presenters jump out of a helicopter into the wilderness.

The celebrity reality show is returning to its original location after the past two series were filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.

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The trailer sees Ant enthusiastically radio through that "Alpha November Tango and Delta Echo Ciabatta are coming in hot". Before he leaps from the helicopter he reminds Dec of their "Ant and Dec Always Together" contract, with the presenter replying: "I wish I'd never signed that thing!"

As they plummet into the jungle, they open their parachutes which are emblazoned with the phrase "we're back". ITV has confirmed the show will air in November, but according to TV Zone, the series will begin during week commencing November 4, with Sunday, November 5 thought to be the most likely air date.

Ant and Dec have hosted the show since its launch in 2002, with the exception of the 2018 series when Ant, 46, was temporarily replaced by Holly Willoughby. The show's 2021 series was won by Emmerdale actor Danny Miller.

Last month it was confirmed there will be an all-star series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! hosted from South Africa next year. Ant and Dec confirmed that famous names from the last 20 years of the ITV show will return to compete.


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