ITV have announced that the 20th series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! will be filmed in the UK – and it could have a big impact on how Bushtucker Trials work.
For the past two decades the show has been filmed in the Australian jungle, but this year this will not be possible because of coronavirus.
Instead the show will be broadcast live every night from a ruined castle in the countryside.
Ant and Dec will host the series, bringing viewers all the news and excitement of the day.
Viewers have already raised questions about how the new series would work, with fans asking how Bushtucker Trials will go ahead.
Instead of facing exotic insects and stomach churning food challenges, celebrities may be faced with the grim prospect of eating unappetising offerings that can be found here in the UK.
But the switch from Australian to UK time will likely have a major impact on the Bushtucker Trials, the Mirror reports.
Usually, I'm A Celeb airs 9pm UK time – which would be 6am the next day in New South Wales as fans watch the campmates wake up.
Towards the end of the show, Ant and Dec will often enter the camp to reveal who is doing the Bushtucker Trial later that day.
But when it airs in the UK, Ant and Dec will greet the campmates in the evening instead.
Could this mean that the Bushtucker Trials will take place at night? A spooky night task would certainly suit the new eerie location of a castle in North Wales.
The upcoming 20th season of the show is tipped to be filmed within the grounds of 200-year-old Gwrych Castle folly in North Wales – which for years has been rumoured to be haunted.
The castle ruins are said to be stalked by the ghost of past owner, Winifred Cochrane, the Countess of Dundonald, who died in 1924.
Local legends suggest the ghost of the Duchess appears floating above a first floor window in a room with no floor boards due to the wood rotting away.
While other ghosts of former gamekeepers and that of a servant girl who died on the grounds are also said to have materialised on the land…
*I'm A Celebrity returns in November on ITV