Ant and Dec are still rambling through the Welsh countryside in search of camp in a new promo video for I’m A Celebrity 2020.
The 40-second teaser for the upcoming series, which will take place in North Wales instead of Australia due to the pandemic, sees presenters Ant and Dec – who are unaware of the location change – spot a telephone box and use it to phone Kiosk Kev for directions to the campsite.
However, Kev gives them a classic Outback Shack question with a lockdown twist: “According to a recent survey, what percentage of people stay in their pyjamas all day at the weekends. Is it A. 23 per cent, or B. 39 per cent.”
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“My gut says 23 per cent,” Dec says, as the two continue on their search.
The trailer is a follow-up to I’m A Celeb’s first promo, which saw Ant and Dec arrive in North Wales, thinking they’d been flown Down Under, before making their way towards the I’m A Celebrity filming location at Gwrych Castle with only a map of Australia to guide them.
The historical castle in Abergele will become the home of I’m A Celeb’s new cohort of celebrity campmates in November, after ITV decided that filming wouldn’t take place in Australia for the first time in 18 years in light of COVID-19.
Series 20 was briefly thrown into turmoil last week, when the Welsh First Minister announced that a national ‘fire-break’ lockdown would be imposed in Wales from 23rd October to 9th November.
However, Gwyrch Castle’s Twitter account quickly clarified that I’m A Celebrity would still go ahead in Wales, as filming that cannot be undertaken from home is in full compliance with Welsh law.
ITV recently announced BBC Radio 1 DJ Vick Hope will present I’m A Celeb’s companion show The Daily Drop, which is set to replace Extra Camp.