I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has made an epic blunder just days before the new series airs – and one star won’t be too happy about it.
The iconic ITV show returns to TV screens on Sunday (November 19) at 9pm for a brand new series. Fronted by Ant and Dec, the Geordie duo will welcome another batch of stars to rough it up in the Aussie jungle.
The likes of This Morning favourite Josie Gibson and EastEnders beauty Danielle Harold are in the new line-up. As well as Nigel Farage who will follow fellow MP Matt Hancock, who appeared on last year’s series, into the jungle.
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However, just days before the new series starts, broadcaster ITV has no doubt been left red-faced following a social media blunder. On Monday (November 3) The I’m A Celeb X account uploaded a video revealing the new lot of celebs.
In the trailer, ITV made a major gaffe involving soap star Nick Pickard, best known for playing Tony Hutchinson in Hollyoaks. His surname can be seen spelled incorrectly.
As he introduced himself to the fans, the subtitles incorrectly read: "Hello, I'm Nick Picard." The channel had missed out the letter K from his name.
Despite the blunder, viewers of the show were left buzzing at the 2023 line-up. In the comments section, one person said: “Excited for this! Can't wait for it, good luck to them all.”
Someone else added: “Going to be a cracking season!” A third quipped: “This is the best line up i’ve seen in years.”
Danielle Harold is another soap star on this year’s I’m A Celeb. And she is convinced her pals at EastEnders want to see her go through hell in camp.
The actress, who played Lola Pearce on the soap, said: “They won’t be able to wait for me to get back and take the Mickey out of me. I am looking forward to getting stuck into the trials but at the same time, I hope they don’t vote for me to do all of them! There is always someone every year who people love to watch and I hope it isn’t me.”
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One campmate which will get viewers talking is controversial politician Nigel Farage, who says he’s bracing himself for the nation to put him through hell. The GB News presenter reckons he is so hated that he’ll get voted to do most of the horror trials on the new series.
He said: "Given millions hate me, I do expect people will vote for me to do trials. I am particularly dreading anything to do with heights." Farage will be exempt from some trials due to a back injury he sustained from a plane crash in a PR stunt during the 2010 general election.
But viewers will still be able to vote for him to do vile eating challenges and be pelted in creepy crawlies. Former Brexit Party leader Garage is hoping his stint on the show will help him win over some viewers after years of controversy
I'm A Celebrity.. Get Me Out of Here! returns to ITV1 and ITVX on Sunday, November 19 at 9pm
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