Im A Celebrity camp makeover revealed in pictures with new larger campsite and bunkbeds

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is set to make a welcome return to screens on Sunday 6 November with a new host of celebrities ready to head into the jungle.

This year's star-studded line-up includes stars such as Boy George, Chris Moyles and Coronation Street's Sue Cleaver. Also appearing are former England rugby aceMike Tindall, Love Island's Olivia Attwood,Matt Hancock- plus others.

For the first time in three years the ITV show will be filmed in the Australian jungle near Murwillumbah in New South Wales.

The iconic campsite has also undergone a makeover ready for this year's series, with some exciting new features.

Many aspects of the site remain the same as previous series, but the camp has been made slightly bigger this year.

Bunkbeds have been installed in the campsite for the first time ever, and a new luxury motorhome has been parked at the top of the space. The motorhome has enough space to house two celebrities, but they'll have to win the right to stay in there.

Speaking about the new sleeping arrangements that have been introduced, executive producer Olly Nash said: "The camp fire is still very much the same but we have bunk beds which is a first for I'm A Celebrity and then we have a Luxury RV(motorhome) that was driven through the jungle about 35 years ago, broke down and was never moved."

He continued, adding: "That will make a very comfy home for two people inside there. They won't be in there at the start but on day three, two people will win the right to sleep in there.

"I'm sure that will become the number one spot to sleep in and fight to stay in throughout the series. It has thick mattresses and they are comfy beds, it has its own little set of lighting and will be much cooler in there.

"The bunk beds are trying to make something slightly more intimate. In Wales we had little groups of beds together and that just means that you can have a real bromance probably with the two blokes will end up on there on the bunks."

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The iconic I'm A Celebrity bridge remains in place as well as the waterfall shower. A bathtub remains in camp, which celebs will need to get on a tandem and cycle in order to see the tub fill up with water.

The treehouse, where contestants tend to head to exchange gossip, has had a roof installed. Ant and Dec's studio has also been an upgrade and now boasts a new roof along with LED lighting.

The 2022 series will be "much bigger" than usual, with Olly also adding: "It's much bigger than we've ever done before. And we're filming more(challenges) than we've ever filmed before."

He continued: "There'll be more elements lasting over more shows than has happened before too, so it's not all just going to be limited to show one. Not all celebrities will be here in camp at the end of Sunday's show."

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


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