Ex-I’m A Celebrity campmate Joel Dommett has revealed how the show’s producers inform the celebrities in camp.
Have you ever wondered how I’m A Celebrity producers communicate with the campmates in camp? Last year’s runner-up Joel Dommett has revealed how ITV producers provide information and announcements to the campmates.
Joel revealed on I’m A Celebrity’s Extra Camp that there are tannoy’s around the camp, where producers can talk to the whole of camp.
Joel and Scarlett Moffatt also went into detail about the types of announcements the crew use the tannoy’s for – Scarlett said that producers had to tell last year’s camp to stop sleeping as it was 4pm and too early for them to bed down.
Since this year’s series has started many other secrets have been exposed – Including how the Trails team prepare each year, on average the trials team breed: 250,000 cockroaches, 153,000 crickets, 2.5 million meal worms, 400 spiders, 500 rats, 30 snakes bred for each series of the show.
Ant and Dec arrive on the I’m A Celebrity set at around 2.30am every morning (Australian time obviously) to do any required voice-over, they then run through the script, watch the VTs and head to make-up before arriving at the studio for the live show to start at 7am each day.
I’m A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV.