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I’m A Celeb Viewers Can’t Get Over Danny’s Entrance

I’m A Celeb Viewers Can’t Get Over Danny’s Entrance

Who knew he was such a gymnast!

After Storm Arwen led to the cast and crew of I'm A Celebrity to evacuate the castle, the show returned to its regular live broadcast on Tuesday night.

The celebrities had been in isolation separately from one another and returned to camp one by one.

Emmerdale's Danny Miller had a particularly unique entrance that viewers were loving.

Watch his entrance below:

It's Danny!!!

Doing a forward roll into camp, Danny let everyone know how excited he was for his return.

He admitted in the Bush Telegraph: "I'm buzzing to be back, never thought I’d say that but I am absolutely buzzing to be home."

Danny was also reunited with David Ginola, who Danny confessed has been appearing in his dreams: "To see the beautiful David Ginola, who I dreamt about during isolation".

Danny was thrilled to be back with his fellow campmates (

Viewers absolutely lapped up his entrance.

One person shared on Twitter: "I loved Danny’s entrance, he’s such a dork. 😂❤️ #ImACeleb".

Another viewer agreed: "I love Danny's entrance so much! #ImACeleb".

For some it was their highlight of the show: "Best bit, rolling into camp like a winner 🏆".

"Absolutely brilliant!! Wasn't expecting that 🤣", tweeted another Danny fan.

Danny surprised both campmates and viewers with a quick forward roll (

In a statement, a spokesperson told Tyla"I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! will return from Tuesday night on ITV and ITV Hub with a brand new show. Ant and Dec will be back presenting live from the Castle."

The show is in its second year at the castle, and has already seen Richard Madeley - who ITV had reportedly been trying to get on the show for over a decade - depart after just a few days in camp due to medical reasons.

This week, the episodes were cancelled due to extreme weather, after Storm Arwen destroyed a 100ft tree which reportedly crashed into the castle wall.

The show was not airing live broadcasts as Storm Arwen caused damage to the set (

The Sun reported that a second tree was also destroyed, and ended up on a path near Cledwyn's Kiosk.

It's reported that there was considerable damage to the castle where the crew are located, with the roof or a marquee destroyed and scaffolding knocked over.

We're glad that everyone is safe and that the celebrities are back in camp!

I'm a Celebrity...continues on ITV and the ITV Hub.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: TV And Film, ITV, Im A Celebrity