I'm A Celeb will kick off with extra-long episode as stars face terrifying journey into camp ahead of first night | The Sun

I'M A Celeb season is officially upon us and as the stars start landing in Australia, we start finding out what they're in for.

And let's just say the ITV jungle show is going all out to make sure they're back with a bang.

When I'm A Celeb returns on Sunday, November 6th, there will be a supersized, 105min episode to get viewers fully up to date with the gang's first 24 hours in camp.

That's if they even get there, considering as always it's never just a case of arriving in the jungle and setting up camp. First off, they're arriving earlier than normal – so the production team can isolate them and insure they're Covid free before entering the show.

Then of course, is the all important initial trials to get into camp. Ant and Dec will be on hand once again to guide them through this bit, but considering previous challenges range from walking on a tiny plinth hundreds of feet in the air, to skydiving and rowing a boat with a hole in it, we can't imagine them being fun.

The stars of this year's series have started landing in Australia, with the first four names confirmed as Radio DJ Chris Moyles, Love Island's Olivia Attwood, Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner.

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It's believed the rest of the stars will land in the coming days, giving them time to isolate and test negative before the start of the show.

Rumoured additions include Seann Walsh, former rugby Ace and Royal family member Mike Tindall, Loose Women's Charlene White and Eastenders star Danny Dyer.

The ITV jungle series is returning to Aus for the first time in two years, after travel restrictions put in place during the Covid outbreak meant they temporarily moved to Gwyrch Castle in Wales.

The return to Australia's gold coast hasn't been easy though, with an outbreak of Q Fever in the country throwing the show into jeopardy in September.

I'm A Celebrity returns in November on ITV.

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