The ITV show ‘I’m A Celebrity’ 2020 continues to have construction work done as a large marquee was spotted being lowered onto the site.
The highly anticipated show will take place on the North Wales’ 200-year-old Gwrych Castle for this winter’s launch as it was forced to relocate from Australia due to the global Covid-19 pandemic.
The first-ever UK series of the ITV show promises to be exciting with a selection of brave celebrities who will be enduring freezing 8°C cold temperatures.
Earlier this month construction began to restore the castle and transform it for the new series, with new pictures showing a huge crane lifting things inside the building and workers seen on site ensuring that things were going as planned ahead of the ITV series’ November launch date.
The new venue has also been said to be the perfect setting for some paranormal activity, as the castle has earned a reputation for being haunted by a number of spirits, including the previous owner Winifred Hesketh, the Countess of Dundonald who died in 1924.
Other stories include locals who believe that the spirit of a servant girl who died falling off a horse also haunts the area. While others say ghosts of former caretakers have been seen around the 200-year-old castle which spreads across 250 acres.
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly revealed they are being tested for COVID-19 every four days to present the show.
Celebrities who join them on the new series will be seen completing many challenges to win food and drink for the camp, with one being crowned King or Queen of the Castle in the end.
Despite the discouraging odds of tough circumstances, it has been reported that the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ 2020 cast are ‘excited’ for the first-ever UK series, with the full line-up now said to be complete.