I’m A Celeb stars fighting over which luxury items to take into camp

I’m A Celeb contestants are busy fighting over which items they can take into the jungle as they prepare for this year’s show.

Ahead of the show’s first episode this weekend, this year’s contestants are getting one lastmoment of luxury in a villabefore they officially enter the camp for the 2022 series.

Although campmates usually have the chance to win luxury items through challenges, they are all allowed to bring a small amount of items with them from home.

But show bosses at ITV have revealed that the contestants are allowed to bring with them is highly vetted and they can’t all request the same things.

Executive producer Olly Nash said: "This year like most years they will get an opportunity to win their luxury items, but it depends how well they get on.

"They're still in negotiation because we try to make sure that not everybody has the same. So we're still negotiating.”

Speaking toThe Mirror , the producer added: “What is the most common over the years? Pillows and photos from home.

"Then you get people like Helen Flanagan who asked for fake tan and then when she got it five days in she already had a tan and she ended up with a bright orange face.

"Joey Essex brought in rubber rings to play in the pool. So some people bring in silly stuff."

However, contestants can’t just bring in anything and some items are banned.

Olly continued: “You wouldn't have books, you won't have anything like a game of chess or anything like that.

"So you wouldn't have anything that could be distracting, part of this game is making sure that you are creating reality and having a chat with other people and doing stuff and dealing with the boredom."

Celebrities taking part in this year’s show include pop icon Boy George, Tory MP Matt Hancock, Love Island starOlivia Attwood , royalMike Tindall, radio hostChris Moylesand other stars.

Chris Moyles recently gave fans a look at the isolation villa he's staying in before the show to keep the show as covid-free as possible before the launch night on Sunday.

Chris addressed fans directly in a recorded message posted to his social media where he joked he had “no choice” about I'm a Celeb as his partner Tiffany Austin wanted to revamp their ensuite.

He said: “Hello everyone, it’s Chris.

“And yes I am in Australia, and to prove it, look, blue skies,” Chris said, spinning the camera to show sunny weather which is definitely not the UK.

He continued: “Sorry I kept it from you, I didn’t keep it from you I just didn’t tell you. But yes, it is true, I’m going into the jungle.”

He concluded: "Please watch the show, please vote, just don't let me be out first. The embarrassment of having to go to the five star hotel and as far as trials go… medical grounds… I've got flat feet so I can't do anything.

"Anyway please support me in there thank you. See you on the other side."

I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! begins on Sunday 6 November on ITV at 9pm.


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