I’m a Famous Person Significant shifts are scheduled to take place in 2022.
I’m a Celebrity ITV will soon begin airing a new season in 2022, and in recent weeks, we’ve witnessed some significant shifts in the formula as a direct result of the epidemic. Because of the restrictions on travel, the camp has been relocated to Gwrych Castle in Wales for the previous two episodes. This was necessary because of the restrictions on travel.
As a result of this, we were able to see a King and Queen of the Castle being crowned in the new location. Author and podcast presenter Giovanna Fletcher and former Emmerdale star Danny Miller were the respective winners of the tournaments held in 2020 and 2021.
But I’m a Famous Person! The year 2022 is going to look very different because according to the plans, the series is going to move back to where it all began: Australia. Keeping all of this in mind, here is everything that we have found out thus far…
I’m A Celebrity 2022: Premiere Date
Since the first episode of I’m a Celebrity has always been shown on either the second or third Sunday of November, it is possible that the show will premiere on ITV on either November 13 or November 20 this year.
It is possible that the 2022 season may begin a little bit earlier than usual in order to avoid scheduling conflicts with the World Cup. This might imply that the season will begin as early as October in order to wrap up before the World Cup gets underway.
I’m a Celebrity Filming
As of right now, the producers of I’m a Celebrity are holding out hope that the show will return to its regular location after a hiatus of two years. This, of course, is contingent upon there being no new travel restrictions to and from Australia.
According to Rosemary Newell, Director of Content for ITV, “We expect I’m a Celebrity to return to Australia in November when it will generate an audience above 11 million.” This prediction was made by Newell.
Ant and Dec, the show’s hosts, also weighed in on the possibility of the show’s return, saying, “Well, the idea is the jungle.”
Dec continued by saying, “I have nothing against Wales!”
In response, Ant expressed his agreement with the statement and said, “We adore Wales, but Australia is [the show’s] home and we’d like to get back there if we can.”
I’m a Celebrity Filming
Although it’s still too soon to confirm anyone, there have been rumblings that some big names might be willing to step up to the challenge this year.
You may find some of the speculated 2022 competitors below, and we’ll keep this list updated as additional names are proposed.
Danny Dyer appears to be one of the main candidates producers are looking at to participate in the new I’m a Celebrity season because of his impending departure from EastEnders.
A show insider revealed to The Sun: “Danny is the main goal for the producers because they believe he would be fantastic in the show. They are expecting he will finish on time, and they would accept a substantial cash offer.”
Winner of the first season of RuPaul’s Drag Race in the UK. Previously, Vivienne hinted that she would be interested in competing on the show by telling Lorraine Kelly: “Even though I have a severe phobia of spiders if you put me in that jungle, I’d brave it. What a wonderful chance in life that I will never get the chance to experience again! That has my full support!”
In spite of the fact that it remains quite popular, none of the Drag Race queens have ever participated in any of the terrifying bushtucker trials; nevertheless, perhaps this year will be the one in which they do so. Especially considering that The Vivienne has recently made an appearance on the same episode of Saturday Night Takeaway as Ant and Dec…
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Since Richard Madeley was forced to withdraw from the competition owing to his health issues the previous year, is it possible that he could make a comeback to the jungle this year in an effort to win the title for himself? Although there is no evidence to support this claim as of now, it remains a possibility…
Nadiya, the champion of The Great British Bake Off and a TV host, has admitted that she declined an opportunity to return for the show’s 2020 season.
The Guardian (opens in new window) reports that she said, “I was asked to participate in I’m a Celebrity! this year, and now I kind of wish I had. It’s freezing in Wales; if I’m going to have cockroaches in my pants, I’d rather have them in the warm weather. Even yet, I can’t help but speculate on the potential outcomes.”
Would Nadiya Be Up for the Task if the Show Were to Return to Australia?
Even though we think it’s highly unlikely that Natalie will take a break from filming her role as Sonia Fowler in EastEnders in order to participate in a reality TV show set in the Australian jungle, it wouldn’t be the first time someone from the soap’s cast has taken a break from filming in order to participate in such a program.
A recent interview that Natalie gave to The Guardian (opens in a new tab) revealed that, should she ever leave EastEnders, she would be open to participating in the reality program… “When I go to a restaurant and am treated exceptionally well, I always have the thought that I could probably do a good job working the front of the house.
Or perhaps we’ll cross paths in the wilderness, “she added. It’s hard to say now that she’s competed on both Strictly Come Dancing and Celebrity Big Brother, but who knows what the future holds?
When Will I’m a Celebrity 2022 Premiere, and Who Will Host?
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will be back at the helm once more to bring us all the drama from camp, regardless of whether it is taking place in wet Wales or sunny Australia.
The two of them are sure to have us in fits of laughter every time the show is shown because they make fun of the celebrity candidates while they are attempting to complete a Bushtucker Trail.
I’m a Celebrity All-Stars: What Is It?
In this spin-off from the main series, iconic campmates from throughout the years will return to take on some new challenges, and the action will take place in a brand-new camp in South Africa.
It is not expected that the new stand-alone show will debut until 2023 because it will be broadcast in addition to the typical annual program that is broadcast on ITV.
When Ant and Dec appeared on This Morning in April, they discussed the upcoming All-Stars series…
Ant shared the following information with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “I have no idea why something like this (a series including all-stars) has never been attempted before. But this is a spin-off from the main show, and it features a group of former campmates who have reunited in South Africa to compete in various tasks and trials…”
Dec, who was co-hosting the show, realized that his co-host may have revealed too much information, so he added, “I guess it’s a secret…”
Ant continued by saying, “It’s going to be wonderful.”