I’M A Celebrity stars are going to be terrorised by cat-sized rats and terrifying sounds at night.
The shock revelation was made by former campmate and pro footballer Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock ahead of the new series starting on Sunday.
Describing what the new line-up of celebs have in store by drawing on his own experiences after appearing in 2004, he said: “It looks like good fun, but they only show one hour of 24-hour footage, and most of the time it’s scary. You’ve got jungle rats the size of cats!”
Talking on behalf of Wren Kitchens, the star hastened to add: “Everything in the jungle, everything, all of the animals are coming towards you because you’ve got like, well not a lot of food but you’ve got like one bit of potato, one lump of meat and a carrot!
“But there is food in there, so you’re bringing all the animals in, and you’re bringing in all of the flies… so everything is coming towards you! It’s quite a scary place at night.
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“And, when the jungle gets dark, the noises you hear are unbelievable, you hear things you’ve never heard in your life! So be prepared for that, but for your luxury item, take a nice chair – a blow-up chair!”
During his candid chat, Razor also said he still keeps in touch with fellow I’m A Celeb co-star Kerry Katona.
“I bumped into her in Manchester the other month and we often speak to each other,” he said.
The campmates for the new series have arrived Down Under, and there isn't long before the show kicks off on ITV.
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I'm A Celebrity is making its big comeback in Australia and will kick off on November 6, 2022, ITV has confirmed.
The popular reality show has taken place in Wales for the last two years due to travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
But the celebrities taking part in the new series are being treated to the FULL Aussie experience.
And of course, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will return as hosts.
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