I’m A Celeb cast complain about ‘horrific and minging’ bathroom as they land in castle

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I'm A Celebrity fans can rest easy knowing that their favourite show is hitting screens tomorrow night, despite the sizeable odds 2020 threw at it.

Tomorrow night's opening episode will see the new roster of famous faces head to the – allegedly haunted – Gwrych Castle, near Abergele in Wales.

For the next six weeks, the celebs will do battle with the elements as they take on all the wet and wind that a Welsh November has to offer.

And their first impressions of their new digs won't be overly flattering.

Radio 1 DJ Jordan North laughs: "I've never seen a more…basic is putting it nicely…horrific bathroom."

They weren't all that impressed with their new home
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Corrie veteran Beverley Callard isn't impressed either.

"The washroom. First of all, it's minging," she scolds, "It needs a really good clean.

"Well I'm sorry, but no. My hair. I'll look like I've had Donald Trump's hairdresser!"

The full line-up for 2020's series is one of the most star-studded to date.

The new stars will nervously await their trials
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The show's going ahead despite a number of obstacles
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Fans breathed a collective sigh of relief as ITV managed to get the show to run despite several lockdowns.

But show bosses were forced to shift it to Gwrych Castle after Covid made the usual Aussie jungle an impossibility.

Pushing ahead with production for the flagship reality show, ITV's making sure to pull it off in a Covid-safe way, setting the air date for tomorrow (November 15).

While many complained – before national lockdown 2.0 – that it was unfair that I'm A Celeb went ahead with filming while much of Wales remained under a local lockdown, the Welsh government argued the show could help combat the growing mental health crisis.

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The washroom looks grim
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"If it can continue in a Covid   safe way then clearly it has long term benefits," said Economy Minister Ken Skates.

"I know the producers are incredibly keen to demonstrate that they can produce a show of this nature during a pandemic, and in a responsible way."

Meanwhile, other fans had taken Twitter   to beg show bosses to press ahead forge ahead with it despite the second lockdown – saying it would be "the only thing" that would get them through the housebound days ahead.

Vernon's wife and Strictly host Tess Daly shared that he's "over the moon" to be included in the line-up.

*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here airs Sunday at 9pm on ITV.