Inside The Spooky I’m A Celebrity 2021 Camp At Gwrych Castle
18 November 2021, 15:39
The location for I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 2021 is more terrifying than ever.
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Grywch Castle has been the new home of the ITV series since 2020 after Australia became a no-go due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
After taking on their first challenge of the series the celebs will once again have a fire-pit to gather around, where they will cook over a stove every evening depending on the food they win between them in the bushtucker trials.
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An abandoned red telephone box sits in the corner for the stars to take their calls to each other and there’s an outdoor seating area with what looks like a well in the centre.
This year the campmates will sleep on mattresses on wrought iron bed frames in a cold-looking room of the castle, where a neglected piano can be seen in the corner.
The cast’s quarters sit behind huge double doors where spikes line the tops of the walls for an even more intimidating greeting.
On Sunday night The Saturdays’ Frankie Bridge, Emmerdale’s Danny Miller, Olympic diver Matty Lee and TV host Richard Madeley will be among the celebrities entering the castle.
And it’s thought their first challenge is a terrifying one, as a huge contraption was seen being set up on the edge of a massive quarry not too far from the I’m A Celeb base.
It seems the stars will have to bungee jump from a platform, keeping in theme with the heights challenge contestants face at the start of every I’m a Celeb series.