I’m A Celebrity 2021: New series will have more trials than ever before

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is set to have more trials and more stars taking part in them, and we can’t wait to see it.

Producers of the hit survival show said they’ve come into the new series with more ‘ambition’ and they’ve set out to make it a lot ‘tougher’ for this year’s contestants, which means great entertainment for all of us at home.

The celebrities, including The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge, ex-footballer David Ginola, journalist Louise Minchin, actor Danny Miller and presented Richard Madeley also face the prospect of having to spend the first few days in The Clink, as the upcoming show will initially split the camp in half.

Dame Arlene Phillips, Olympic gold medallist diver Matty Lee, Radio 1Xtra DJ Snoochie Shy, chart-topping music producer Naughty Boy and Paralympic gold medal athlete, Kadeena Cox, are also part of the cast.

The stars will first battle it out in a challenge called Turrets of Terror, which will decide who will stay in the main camp.

The defeated contestants will find themselves in the dreaded and undesirable jail, where they will sleep on a hard floor and shower in the dark.

‘Life will be made much tougher for the celebrities who end up in The Clink,’ creative director Tom Gould said.

‘This is the biggest change for us and it will change the dynamic at the start of the series.’

Executive director Olly Nash revealed there are 24 trials this year, and confessed this year’s show will see more celebrities taking part than ever before.

‘They’re in for longer, the trials are bigger,’ he teased. ‘The trials were quite limited last year but this year they’re much closer to the Australian series in terms of their scale.

‘It’s just the learnings of having one series here and what’s possible.’

Ant and Dec will be back to guide celebrities through the highs and lows of the castle experience when they return later this month.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! starts on Sunday November 21 at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub.

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