I’m A Celebrity stars to battle the elements with launch show hit by wind and rain
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The stars of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! are going to end up battling the elements as the launch show is set to be hit by wind and rain.
ITV's hit show returns to TV tonight with the action taking place at Gwrych Castle in Wales instead of the Australian jungle.
However, it looks like they are in for a rough night as forecasters have predicted a downpour in the area this evening.
Weather reports suggest there's going to be strong winds and heavy rain as the show goes to air.
As always, it's unlikely to put a damper on proceedings as IAC faced even heavier downpours in the jungle – but it could leave the stars soggy and miserable as they battle plunging temperatures.
The show this year takes place in Gwrych castle, in North Wales
(Image: Kieron McCarron/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
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Show bosses had to move the 2020 series from Australia to Wales due to coronavirus restrictions.
However, the unenviable weather in the west may leave some of the celebrities even more keen to get out of there than usual.
The stars have already been complaining about the conditions in camp, with Radio 1 DJ Jordan North saying: "I've never seen a more…basic is putting it nicely…horrific bathroom."
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Corrie veteran Beverley Callard wasn't impressed either.
"The washroom. First of all, it's minging," she declared, "It needs a really good clean.
"Well I'm sorry, but no. My hair. I'll look like I've had Donald Trump's hairdresser!"
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In tonight's show all 10 celebrities arrive at the castle and they take part in their first challenge.
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*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here airs Sunday at 9pm on ITV.