What Days Is I'm A Celebrity On And What Time?
21 November 2023, 15:20
Here's when, how, where and what time to watch I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2023.
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The show is usually 60 mins but ITV extended the runtime of the launch episode to 105 minutes, which allowed more time to introduce viewers to the new batch of celebrity campmates.
On the first episode the campmates were split into smaller teams and tasked with collected stars for meals, before they'd even met the whole gang.
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Lucky for I'm A Celeb fans the show is on every night Monday to Sunday until it's final, which will be in December. With hosts Ant and Dec, we will see the celebs fight to be crowned King or Queen of the jungle every evening on ITV1 and ITVX.
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What day is I'm A Celeb on?
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! will be on every day Monday-Sunday. As the campmates are under 24-hour surveillance we will be treated to a daily dose of their jungle antics every evening until the show finishes in December.
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What time is I'm A Celeb on?
Most of the episodes will be aired at 9pm but throughout the series some are likely to be on a little later and start at 9.15pm.
The show will be on ITV1 at 9pm every evening but for those who miss it it will be available for catch-up on ITVX.
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Before entering the jungle Youtuber Nella Rose has admitted she is "afraid of everything" and her fellow campmate, actress Danielle Harold, has said she is "both excited and nervous".
Other celebs have played it cooler, with First Dates' Fred Sirieix saying he has been training super hard in the last 4 years so he is prepped for what the show has to offer.
Fred said: "I train like a machine – that’s my way to cope with doing I’m A Celebrity. This isn’t a 100m race. You are going in for the long haul." And former MEP Nigel Farage said he "dealt with snakes in the European Market", so he is ready for the deadly animals of Australia.
We look forward to the jungle becoming part of our nightly routine!
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