What I’m A Celebrity stars get up to on Saturdays when there’s no live show

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I'm A Celebrity's back for another, albeit unique, year.

2020 marks the first time the ITV flagship show has been held outside the usual Australian jungle setting.

Shifted to the spooky Gwrych Castle near Abergele in Wales, the new roster of celebs have to contend with the wind and the rain rather than the baking heat and legions of critters.

And fans get to return to camp six nights a week, with a sizeable chunk of every show being held live.

That is, except on Saturdays, when there's no live show at all.

While we'll get to see any of Saturday's antics play out on Sunday's show, the one that airs on Saturday night will be a weekly round-up for the first time in I'm A Celeb history.

The celebs have a load of free time around the camp fire
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As we approach the week anniversary of the series' opener, ITV promises Saturday nights will consist of "the very best of the camp action from that week."

But these episodes will also include some "unseen moments" that we weren't treated to during the week.

But what do the celebs get up to when the cameras are off?

While we get a look at day-to-day life during Sunday's show, celebs are more or less left to their own devices.

Trial veteran David always kept up on his fitness in the jungle

Beverley's a self-avowed fitness obsessive
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There isn't all that much to get up to, but past celebs have proved imaginative when it comes to burning hours of free time.

Boxer David Haye, who made it to the final back in 2012, used the time to hone his champion body and get in a vigorous workout.

There's another fitness fanatic in camp this year, in the shape of Corrie legend Beverley Callard.

She's already boasted the success of one of her fitness videos, admitting that she's "obsessed" with keeping healthy – and would happily lead camp workouts.

Sir Mo will likely want to keep up his fitness
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Caitlyn and Jacqueline became jungle BFFs
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Sir Mo Farah, as an Olympic champion, will no doubt want to keep his heart working too, so it's not a stretch to imagine him working up a sweat.

Others have used the time away from trials, Dingo Dollar Challenges and the general struggles of living in a jungle to properly get to know their new pals.

Cut off from pretty much all technology, including their phones, there's not a whole lot to get up to, so nattering seems a sensible way to use up a couple of hours.

Caitlyn Jenner and Jacqueline Jossa became camp besties last year, and it's anyone's guess who'll form a dynamic duo of friendship this year.

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