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 November 21

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  • 6:03, 21 Nov 2021
  • Updated: 6:03, 21 Nov 2021

RICHARD Madeley has revealed he’s been warned to keep his angry outbursts in check by is son-in-law and former England rugby star James Haskell.

Richard said: “James told me not to lose my temper.”

“People don’t like it when you lose your temper and he was the next one to be voted out.

“He said ‘don’t let hunger get the better of you and if you’re getting ratty, pipe down’,” he continued to say.

Meanwhile, Ant and Dec watched on in horror as this year’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! campmates plunged from the edge of a cliff in their first trial.

In an exclusive video shown to The Mirror, Snoochie Shy, Naughty Boy, Louise Minchin and Danny Miller are seen walking out to the scaffolding as they are battered by the Welsh winds.

Read our I’m A Celeb live blog below for the latest news and gossip…

  • Where are Ant and Dec staying in Wales?

    Hosts Ant and Dec were rumoured to be staying at Bodysgallen Hall near Llandudno.

    Bodysgallen is a luxury country house hotel set on Pydew Mountain.

    It boasts a three AA Rosette restaurant and a luxurious spa.

    As well as the hotel, the grounds have 16 cottage suites which have “added privacy” and their own separate garden – so the presenter duo may be making the most of these areas.

    Importantly, the hotel is located 12 miles from Gwrych Castle – making it a quick drive to set.

    However, the Telegraph reported that Ant has been spotted walking his dogs along the beach at Penmaenmawr.

  • Louise Minchin will battle secret health condition

    BREAKFAST telly host Louise Minchin will battle a secret health condition in I’m A Celebrity which turns her hands blue.

    The former BBC anchor has Raynaud’s Syndrome, which affects blood circulation to the fingers and toes.

    The mum-of-two said: “I feet the cold really badly, I have this thing called Raynaud’s Syndrome, which means my hand and feed go numb very quickly, even in supermarkets. So cold is a big thing for me.”

    Symptoms from Raynaud’s can last for hours and can be incredibly painful.

  • Odds on first trial

    According to Betfair Casino, the public wants these celebs to do the first I’m A Celebrity 2021 trial:

    1. Richard Madeley – 25%
    2. Adam Woodyatt – 12%
    3. Simon Gregson – 9%
    4. Arlene Phillips – 9% 
    5. David Ginola – 8% 
    6. Naughty Boy – 7% 
    7. Danny Miller – 6% 
    8. Frankie Bridge – 6% 
    9. Louise Minchin – 6% 
    10. Matty lee – 4% 
    11. Kadeena Cox – 3% 
    12. Snoochie Shy – 3% 
  • TODAY’S THE DAY!!

    Fans, there’s not long left now until the show kicks off. Make sure you’ve stocked up on the snacks and drinks and secured the comfy seat on the sofa.

    The show kicks off on Sunday (November 21, 2021) at 9pm on ITV.

    It will then continue every day at the same time.

    You can also watch episodes that have already aired on the ITV Hub.

  • I’m a Celeb fans want Richard Madeley to do first trial

    New survey research commissioned by Betfair Casino has revealed that Brits want to see GMB host Richard Madeley taking on the first bushtucker trial.

    Fans and have also chosen him the campmate they’d LEAST like to live with in camp this year. 

    They’ve also named their favourite ever campmate from over the years of the hit ITV show, crowning Harry Redknapp ahead of Joe Swash and Katie Price

    According to Betfair Casino, fans’ biggest villain is in the form of Katie Hopkins, who was closely followed by Lady Colin Campbell and Gillian McKeith. 

  • Will the show ever return to Australia?

    This is still yet to be decided, but it hasn’t been ruled out.

    The Sun exclusively revealed that I’m A Celebrity big wigs are considering hosting alternate years between the Australian jungle and the Welsh castle.

    They think it’s a good way to keep the show, hosted by Ant and Dec fresh and interesting.

  • Last years trials were too easy

    Last year viewers slammed the action, claiming the trials were too easy.

    Speaking from Gwyrch Castle, Executive Producer Olly Nash said: “We did set out at the beginning to make it much tougher. They are in for longer, the trials are bigger. The trials were limited last year and this time they are much closer to the Australian series in terms of scale.

    “Absolutely they are harder and bigger and there are more trials over the series than ever before and more triallists taking part. That was the learnings of having one series here.

    “We have 24 trials this year, I think normally it is closer to 20 in a full series, it is the most ever and absolutely the most celebrities taking part.”

  • Keeping an eye out

    To stop intruders, I’m A Celebrity bosses have hired top-level security guards who work around the clock.

    Locals say they’ve already spotted guards in uniform and night goggles patrolling the castle walls and surrounding woodland.

    Mayor Alan Hunter, 63, said: ‘There is a lot of security at the castle.

    “And these are not your normal security that you find at your supermarket.

    “These are serious people. But they are just a deterrent as people are curious.”

    Dog walker Richard Hughes, 27, said: ‘I went walking near the castle and it was sealed off with fences.””There is security. The rumour is that some of them are ex-SAS. I have heard they have night vision goggles for the woods,” they added to MailOnline.

  • Matty Lee going to ‘thrive under pressure’

    Diving fans were delighted to hear that bosses have signed up Tom Daley’s Olympic diving partner Matty Lee.

    The 23-year-old is said to be “excited” about the challenges and will “thrive under pressure”.

    Speaking about joining the show, Matty said: “My two childhood dreams were to win an Olympic medal and take part in my favourite TV series. And now I am doing both this year!”

    “I am really looking forward to the Trials and also, to be around different people will be fun too. I am used to just being around athletes.

    “I think I will definitely freak out at rats and I know I will scream. Heights won’t be an issue though! I am obviously used to diving off 10-metre boards.”

  • I’m A Celebs Arlene Phillips trademarks her name

    Arlene Phillips has trademarked her famous name to stop chancers cashing in on her fame during her I’m A Celebrity stint.

    The Hot Gossip dance troupe founder, 78, now has legal protection in place to prevent others from exploiting her talents, the Sun Online can exclusively reveal.

    She’ll pick up £100,000 for three weeks’ work to add to her estimated £2million fortune.

  • First look at epic new I’m A Celebrity tower challenge

    I’M A Celebrity’s celebrity contestants arrived at Gwrych Castle in the dead of night and were confronted by an epic trial before they could gain access.

    A large motorcade was seen ferrying the celebs into the site as flames erupted outside the historic building.

    Huge blue towers in the grounds were illuminated blue and provided the setting for welcoming challenge Turrets of Terror.

    It’s unclear if all the celebs took part but they were spotted holding a large key-shaped token at the top.

  • Richard Madeley and Frankie Bridge go head to head

    We are back, the first trial has taken place and it looks like a good one.

    Richard Madeley and Frankie Bridge have taken on Turrets of Terror after receiving the most votes.

    The aptly-named challenge is a huge three-level structure positioned in front of the majestic Gwrych Castle in North Wales.

  • Wayne Bridge will vote for Frankie to do every trial

    Wayne Bridge admits he will be voting for wife Frankie to do every I’m A Celeb trial, laughing: “It’s not that I want to see her suffer exactly, but . . .”

    The former Chelsea footballer, 41, was a contestant himself in 2016 and says he’s sure Frankie voted for him to do the trials — and is determined to get his own back.

    And he said he would love to see The Saturdays singer, 32, take on the notorious eating trial after she gagged on ketchup when he staged a mini-version at home.

    Wayne said: “I’ll be voting for Frankie to do every single challenge, don’t you worry. Not that I want her to suffer, but I think it’ll be really entertaining. I want to see her reaction, I think it will be brilliant.”

  • “I want people to know the real me”

    Speaking about joining the show, he said: “I want people to know the real me. I am not a celebrity at all. My music is the celebrity and now is the chance for me to show people what I am really like.”

    He added: “I don’t know what people in the music industry will think about me being in the Castle but having a break from everything is something I think everyone should have and do once a year.

    “I love my friends and family, but I think it is good to have a break and time out.”

  • Star breaks down in tears as he explains shock decision to QUIT soap for I’m A Celeb

    Danny Miller got emotional as he explained his surprise decision to quit Emmerdale to take part in I’m A Celebrity.

    Speaking about his exit for the first time, ahead of appearing in the castle, a very emotional Danny shared:  “I have left Emmerdale, unfortunately. I have decided to start a new path in life.

    “I have got my baby and I am getting married next year and it felt like the right time to start a new chapter in my life.

    “I can feel my nerves saying it because I’ve not really told anybody. I am very emotional about it. It’s been a massive part of my life.”

  • Louise Minchin will battle secret health condition

    Louise Minchin will battle a secret health condition in I’m A Celebrity which turns her hands blue.

    The former BBC anchor has Raynaud’s Syndrome, which affects blood circulation to the fingers and toes.

    So Louise will struggle in the extreme cold of North Wales when she checks into Gwrych Castle.

    The mum-of-two said: “I feet the cold really badly, I have this thing called Raynaud’s Syndrome, which means my hand and feed go numb very quickly, even in supermarkets. So cold is a big thing for me.”

    Symptoms from Raynaud’s can last for hours and can be incredibly painful.

  • Snoochie Shy looks terrified as she clings onto Louise

    Snoochie Shy looked terrified as she clung onto Louise Minchin ahead of her nail-biting first challenge near the Gwrych Castle grounds in Wales.

    The DJ, 29, is one of 12 famous faces taking part in the 21st series of the ITV show, which will hit our screens this Sunday.

    The celebs have already started filming the scary tasks that comes as part of being involved on the popular programme.

    In new pictures Snoochie, Danny Miller, Naughty Boy and Louise Minchin, 53, can be seen looking apprehensive as they stood in front of a helicopter in the middle of nowhere.

  • Could this be what Ant & Dec wake up to

    Hosts Ant and Dec were rumoured to be staying at Bodysgallen Hall near Llandudno.

    Bodysgallen is a luxury country house hotel set on Pydew Mountain.

    It boasts a three AA Rosette restaurant and a luxurious spa.

    As well as the hotel, the grounds have 16 cottage suites which have “added privacy” and their own separate garden – so the presenter duo may be making the most of these areas.

    Importantly, the hotel is located 12 miles from Gwrych Castle – making it a quick drive to set.

    However, the Telegraph reported that Ant has been spotted walking his dogs along the beach at Penmaenmawr.

  • Ginola heart fears

    The French star, 54, says he is determined to make the most of his “second chance in life” and fears nothing in the stress-inducing trials because “I’m a man”.

    The former winger — who needed a quadruple heart bypass operation after his near-fatal collapse in France in 2016 — said: “I am a man. I’m not scared of anything.”

    “When I am saying that I am not being pretentious. Obviously there are things that scare you in life. I know that they are going to try to put you in very complicated situations.

    “Even if you get snakes or bugs or whatever . . .  I mean it is something to discover.

    “It is fine for me. And as I said . . .  I am a man. I want to see if the man I am right now is capable of facing those situations.”

  • How do I vote on I’m A Celebrity by phone?

    Next we have the old-school way to vote.

    One of the simplest ways to vote is by picking up the phone and dialling the number for your chosen campmate.

    You just need to dial 09020 44 24 followed by the two numbers corresponding to each campmate, which are revealed by Ant and Dec during the show.

    The calls do come with a a charge.

    Votes made by phone come with a cost of 50p per vote, with 15p from each vote going to Britain Get Talking Help Out Helplines appeal.

    They could also cost more depending on your phone provider.

    You must ask the bill payer’s permission before you vote.

  • How do I vote on I’m A Celebrity using the app?

    Once the show is underway, a quick and easy way to vote is to download the official I’m A Celebrity app which is free.

    It is available for on the App StoreiTunes, and Google Play.

    Once downloaded, you’ll need to enter your date of birth before accessing the content.

    To vote, click on the ‘Vote’ tab at the bottom of the app and when voting is open during the show simply press the button to chose a celebrity.

  • Tomorrow is the day we have been waiting for

    Not long now until we see the campmates enter the castle.

    Here is a recap of the stars taking the plunge.

  • Fans wanted more, and that’s exactly what they will get

    During last years series, viewers slammed the show for not being hard enough, but producers have confirmed that this series will be tougher.

    Speaking from Gwyrch Castle, Executive Producer Olly Nash said: “We did set out at the beginning to make it much tougher. They are in for longer, the trials are bigger. The trials were limited last year and this time they are much closer to the Australian series in terms of scale.

    “Absolutely they are harder and bigger and there are more trials over the series than ever before and more triallists taking part. That was the learnings of having one series here.

    “We have 24 trials this year, I think normally it is closer to 20 in a full series, it is the most ever and absolutely the most celebrities taking part.”

Original posted at www.thesun.co.uk

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