It’s truly an exciting time as the start of the thrilling ITV show, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here draws closer each day.
The beloved reality TV show, which is clearly a firm favourite for many, will return with its 21st series and taking place in Wales.
With a stellar lineup of celebrities, this series looks to be even more thrilling than the last.
However, it wouldn’t be I’m A Celeb if the producer and both Ant and Dec didn’t update fans with a outlandish promo.
According to the press team at ITV, the new trailer ‘sees Ant and Dec dressed as two knights as they go about preparing for the new series’ which is to ‘celebrate the splendour and beauty of Wales’.
Ant and Dec have taken to their Instagram with more than four million followers to post the new video.
They captioned the hilarious video with: “Boogie knights, So hot to trot right now on the clip clop scene #ImACeleb.”
However, fans have all picked up on an issue with the promo and that was the fact the Ant was on a horse that was clearly too small for him.
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More than a few people complained with one person writing under the video clip: “Would have been better if they showed him on a rocking horse as he is far too heavy for that pony.”
Another wrote: “Ant is far too big for that pony.”
Whilst a third person wrote: “Get off that tiny horse.”
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