The start date for I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here has been announced and people cannot wait to see the fresh crop of celebs chowing down on some Kangaroo testicles.
Yes the light-hearted ITV entertainment show has been bringing out the nation’s sadistic side for fifteen years and will be back on our screens on November 19th – two weeks later than the usual start date.
In less than three weeks you’ll once again be able to watch a reality star crunching a crocodile penis between their teeth after jumping out of a plane and nobody can judge you for it!
The show have tweeted a short clip which reads, ‘lets get ready to jungle’ referencing Ant and Dec’s post-Byker Grove pop gem, Let’s Get Ready To Rumble:
— I'm A Celebrity… (@imacelebrity) November 1, 2017
ITV also confirmed Ant and Dec will be back on our screens together, as it should be.
Their mischievous smiles, while a former Emmerdale star screams from inside a tank of writhing snakes, give the show its hairy, eight legged soul.
Ant has struggled with some personal difficulties this year, checking into rehab for treatment for his addiction to prescription drugs and alcohol.
It sparked rumours Dec would be presenting without his best pal, which would of course, lead many a confused grandmothers to tap and frown at the TV screen, wondering where the other half had gone.
Thankfully, the inseperable pair will be making a return to the jungle together, as confirmed by Station controller, Kevin Lygo at the Edinburgh International TV Festival:
Ant is doing really well and we are expecting him to return for I’m a Celebrity.
Kevin described Ant as being ‘irreplaceable’ and we wholeheartedly agree.
Excellent stuff. We cannot wait to see the buddies reunited once more, gleefully bonding over burying a former pop star underground in a coffin full of hungry rats.
However, there’ll be a few changes to this year’s season.
Hilarious Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt will now be presenting Extra Camp alongside Joe Swash and 2016 runner-up Joel Dommett.
Gogglebox legend Scarlett is an absolute pro at providing quick and funny commentary on telly shows and we’re sure she’s going to absolutely smash it.
— Gemma Ryan. 🌼💛 (@MonkeySocks92) November 1, 2017
— Kerry Taylor (@KerryTaylor75) November 1, 2017
Hell yeah best reality show 😁😁😁
— REALITY NOW (@Tv_reality93) November 1, 2017
It’s the best reality tv going…could never get bored of it ? x
— Jo Williams (@jo221082) November 1, 2017
We are so ready.
Let’s get ready to jungle!
Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.