I Am A Celebrity debuts with high tension and creepy creatures

I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! put this year’s contestants straight to the test as they faced high levels of tension and terrifying creatures.

his Sunday night episode premiere saw a new batch of 10 celebrities enter the Australian jungle for the first time since 2019, as the past two years were filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to travel restrictions of Covid-19.

Among them were pop star Boy George and Love Island star Olivia Attwood, who was revealed to be the public vote to be a Jungle VIP guest, but this isn’t as luxurious as it first appears because the latter That’s when they discovered this meant “Very isolated people”.

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly also confirmed two more people will arrive at camp and poke fun at former health secretary Matt Hancock, expected to be one of them.

Donnelly joked that they tried to keep their identities “completely secret”, adding: “You’d be surprised. We will soon roll out the welcome mat for them”, emphasizing the word “rug”.

Kicking off the series in style, Attwood, radio DJ Chris Moyles, Loose Women star Charlene White, comedian Babatunde Aleshe and former England footballer Jill Scott arrived in a luxury car at a mansion coast on the Gold Coast.

Following the arrival of McPartlin and Donnelly, the duo revealed Attwood was voted Jungle VIP and she was allowed to choose one person to dine with – she chose Moyles.

The reality TV star said: “I’m so proud and not surprised that the public voted me a VIP… I guess they know more about what’s required than I do.”

Scott’s three remaining campmates, White and Aleshe were airlifted to the Focus building in Surfers Paradise, Queensland, to take on a new version of the show’s infamous plank.

McPartlin explained that the contestants would have to walk to the edge of the 334ft plank in the air and once they were all in position, they had to take a step up a cliff so they were leaning forward and they had to use a rope to stop them. falling.

They would then have to hold the position for a minute and then drop a lifeline that would send them down the cliff for each to win a coveted star, each equivalent to a meal.

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White stood up first and steadily made her way to the end of the game and waited for Aleshe to join her, who was urging herself to “just go”.

However, he became the first to say “I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here!” and withdraw.

White was eventually joined by Scott, who later admitted she was “really afraid of heights”, and they completed 60 seconds before the two let go to complete the mission and thus earn two stars. for camp.

Speaking about why he chose to give up his right to go and star, Aleshe said: “I say I am determined to be here. I wasn’t determined to stay there (pointing at the plank). “

Elsewhere, after Attwood and Moyles enjoyed their meal, they got a taste of high life when tasked with jumping out of a helicopter at 10,000ft.

After completing his first jump, Attwood said, “Oh my gosh, I’m crying, it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. That’s incredible. Top 10 experiences of my life. Great. “

Joining her on the beach, Moyles, who is not a fan of heights, added: “I’m so happy to be on the ground. Seriously, I would eat a sheep’s anus any day instead of doing so again.”

Meanwhile, one by one arriving at the marina were Boy George, football player Mike Tindall, Coronation Street’s Sue Cleaver, TV presenter and real estate expert Scarlette Douglas and Hollyoaks’ Owen Warner.

When McPartlin and Donnelly appeared on the boat, they announced that Boy George was the second Jungle VIP to be voted and that he had chosen Douglas to dine for the two of them on the yacht.

The presenting duo also poked fun at Boy Gorge when introducing his appearance, dancing to his Culture Club band’s Do You Really Want To Hurt Me, before letting viewers know their answers to the question. The question in the song title is “yes”.

The rest of the campmates – Tindall, Cleaver and Warner – are airlifted into the woods and challenged on the “Critter Cruise” where they must test each one a star from the mast by completing a challenge.

Among the obstacles to unlocking the stars are a cipher that Tindall must break and a creature’s “hell pit” where Cleaver must search for fisheyes.

Meanwhile, Owen must plunge into a trap and search for bugs and dirt to find the hex keys to unlock a hearth. This ensures all three stars to bring back to camp.

The Jungle VIPs finally banded together after Boy George and Douglas had to sail off the yacht in a dinghy to join Attwood and Moyles on an island.

Later, the group discovers that they are indeed “The Very Isolated” and will spend the night together on the island and tomorrow they will take part in the first test of the series before being able to join the others. famous to join the camp.

I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! back at 9pm on Mondays on ITV and ITV Hub.

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