ITV Gives Fans The First Look Of The 'I'm A Celeb' Jungle Living Quarters
It's just a matter of days until ten contestants head into the I'm a Celebrity jungle and now we've got a first glimpse at exactly what will meet them on the other side.
And it looks as though the camp's living quarters in the Australian outback will be very similar to other years, except for the addition of a jungle gym!
The basic gym, fit for the basic living quarters, includes a medicine ball, an array of dumbbells, as well as a boxing bag hanging from a tree complete with a pair of gloves.
Maybe the latter will come in handy when they want to take out their frustrations... Say when the first celeb fails a task and comes home empty handed, or when they get over-tired and start niggling at each other.
The sleeping arrangements also look as uncomfortable as ever, with camp beds that are low to the floor (think of all those bugs, snakes and spiders that could crawl onto them!) and tricky to master hammocks strung up between trees.
Alternatively, they could head over to the jungle shower, but that will be an equally chilly and effortful wash. One camp mate will have to pump while the other receives a rainfall like shower that will flow off the rocks above - it will be as cold as rainfall too.
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Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly the highest paid celebrity ever, apparently receiving a fee of £500k! We're sure most people would do it for half a million. Plus, many want the experience of jungle life, or a reboot for their career.
There's an array of people going in, with the full line up being announced earlier this week.
The class of 2019 includes: Caitlyn Jenner, 70, Ian Wright, 56, Kate Garraway, 52, Jacqueline Jossa, 27, James Haskell, 34, Nadine Coyle, 34, Roman Kemp, 26, Andrew Maxwell, 44, Myles Stephenson, 28 and Adele Roberts, 40.
The new series, which kicks of on Sunday 17th November is the 19th instalment of the show hosted by Antony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly and will see the contestants fight for the jungle crown once again.
But before then they'll have to live among the trees in hammocks, take on gruesome challenges and cook for themselves - that's if they win enough stars to be allowed food other than beans and rice rations.
Rather them than us!
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here starts at 9m on 17th November on ITV.
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