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The move comes after I’m a Celeb was forced to relocate from Australia to Wales, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Australia closed its borders early in March 2020 to prevent the spread of covid-19, with few exceptions for travel.
The last two series of the celebrity reality series were instead filmed in Gwrych Castle in Abergele, Conwy, seeing the contestants swap shorts and sweating for thermals and blankets.
Speaking on The One Show with host Alex Jones and Rylan Clarke, Dec explained: “Nothing against Wales!”
Elsewhere, Rylan joked that the hosts, who have been at the helm since the show’s inception in 2002, were just looking forward to having a holiday.
The strict covid regulations meant the campmates were forced to isolate before taking part in the show to ensure no-one would enter the programme with coronavirus.
Those taking part in the series formed a strict ‘covid-safe bubble’, with anyone who had to leave for whatever reason having to pull out the show.
This happened last year when Richard Madeley was forced to withdraw, after he fell ill while in camp and had to break the covid-safe bubble by heading to hospital.
Giovanna Fletcher won the 2020 of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! beating DJ Jordan North and presenter Vernon Kay to be crowned the show’s first ever Queen of the Castle.
Meanwhile, Emmerdale star Danny Miller beat Coronation Street legend Simon Gregson to the top prize in the 2021 season.
I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! returns to ITV later this year.
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