Ant and Dec’s tough I’m a Celebrity routine has been revealed – and it looks like there’s tons to do if you’re working for the ITV show.
The latest series of the ITV reality show has finally hit our screens and fans are absolutely loving this year’s different twist and turns.
This year’s show is filmed in a new location, specifically Wales’ Gwrych Castle in Abergele and the Georgie due have been keeping busy on set to make sure everything runs smoothly.
And fans were recently shocked by the amount of graft that the couple have to go through to make sure we all have an amazing show.
The couple posted an Instagram story which gave a sneak peek into just how much work the lads have to put in for a show, the Mirror reports.
A typical day starts at 5:15pm and doesn’t finish until 12:45am, with the trials recorded at around 11:15pm, despite the show only going on air from 9pm to 10pm.
The first job of the day starts with the recording of their voiceovers for the night’s episode, before they have a script meeting over video call on Zoom.
After that they travel back to the staff compound where they will have a 15 minute break and get makeup and wardrobe touch-ups, before having another Zoom meeting.
Then at 11:15pm they will record the Bushtucker Trial for the next day, which will see them working until after midnight.
After a delayed start on Tuesday night due to the new series of Phillip Schofield’s How To Spend It Well at Christmas, I’m A Celebrity will be back in its usual 9pm slot on Wednesday, when we’ll see new arrivals Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall make their entrance.
The performers will take part in next trial Stage Fright and although their arrival is meant to be a shock to the celebs already in the castle, viewers think Shane Richie already knew they were coming in.
He was heard shouting: “R and R… stage fright… R and R.” after Ant and Dec walked out of the castle after telling the campmates about the trial at the end of Tuesday night’s show.
Directly tweeting Ant and Dec, one wrote: “how did Shane Richie know about ‘R & R’ when you told them the trial – Russell and Ruthie? ” and another tweeted the lads to say: “Stage Fright, R and R” said by Shane Richie as you left. Russell and Ruthie. they know.”