I’m A Celeb All Stars takes voting powers out of viewers’ hands

Carol Vorderman says contestants on I’m A Celeb South Africa are ‘so competitive’

I’m A Celebrity is returning to ITV with a brand new All Stars series which will see winners and contestants from previous seasons of the Australian show make a comeback.

Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly are hosting the show from South Africa, where the challenges are said to be even more brutal than ever before.

As the show has already been filmed, there will not be an opportunity for viewers to vote off contestants.

Instead, it will be left in the hands of the celebs to decide their fates.

Express.co.uk has all you need to know about how the voting process works.

How are celebrities voted off in I’m A Celeb All Stars?

The show is making its debut on Monday, April 24 and it will air for three weeks.

As the show has been pre-recorded, viewers will not be able to vote for who they would like to see take part in Bush Tucker Trials.

Instead, the contestants will go head to head against one another to be crowned I’m A Celebrity Legend.

Contestant Jordan Banjo has explained how the campmates have the ability to vote one another off.

He appeared on The One Show along with his I’m A Celeb co-star, Carol Vorderman.

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Alex Jones said of the new system: “That is difficult though, isn’t it? Because usually, it’s the public isn’t it?”

Roman Kemp asked: “So how does that go down? So you have got head-to-head trials against each other but you can also kind of vote each other out, right?”

Jordan then explained to Roman how voting people off “goes down quite awkwardly”.

He joked about going behind his co-star Carol’s back and being two-faced towards her as part of the game.

He said: “You could be sat there eating your rice and beans saying ‘I couldn’t survive in here without you Carol’.

“And then you walk off and behind her back you’re like ‘I’m going to absolutely smash her at that trial’.”

Ahead of the show, Carol said she loved seeing contestants break the rules.

She said: “I love it when people get the giggles. I like it when they are cheeky or bend the rules instead of being nicey nice.”

Some of the stars also spoke out about their competitive streak as they shared their hopes of winning.

Boxing champion Amir Khan said: “I am not going to be a pushover. I came fifth last time but I want to go all the way in South Africa.”

I’m A Celeb all stars airs on ITV from Monday, April 24 at 9pm

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