You’re a celebrity! The possibility of him returning to Wales could be reported. ITV bosses reserve the right to use Gwrych Castle in the future.
In 2020, the series was relocated to Britain after it became difficult to travel to Australia during the Covid pandemic. The historic site was again used for filming this year.
This is after I’m A Celebrity fans requested that I’m A Celebrity return to Australia next season after complaining that 2021’s series saw Danny Miller crowned King OF The Castle despite the production difficulties caused by Storm Arwen.
You want to go back? Are you a Celebrity? Get me out of here! According to reports, he could be returning to Wales in 2022. ITV bosses have already reserved Gwrych Castle as a location for another year.
The bosses of the show are optimistic that it will be back in Australia next year. But Gwrych Castle said that they won’t take any additional bookings until November 2022.
The Sun received this information from a source: “At the moment, it’s pretty much nailed down for a third-year in the castle. Australia is slowly opening, but it could close at any moment depending on what happens.
“The executive team is happy to stay with Gwyrch Castle until the end of this year, and after that they might be able to bring it back down under.
“The show can have a third season and the trustees will not take on any more bookings without ITV being notified.”
MailOnline contacted ITV and they declined to comment.
Plans: It’s thought that while bosses are hopeful the show could return to Australia next year, Gwrych Castle have agreed that they will not take any other bookings for November 2022
After a viewer poll, many I’m A Celebrity lovers hoped the show would return to Australia in next year’s.
The program was loved by fans who suggested that producers find a different venue if restrictions prohibit next year’s show from being held in the jungle.
According to numbers, just 25% of respondents believed I’m A Celeb should have its filming in North Wales this year.
Hopeful: It comes after a viewers’ poll revealed that many I’m A Celebrity fans are hoping the show will return to Australia next year
While a large 41 percent believed it should wait a year, only eight percent of respondents agreed the show was good.
They were not impressed with the challenge presented to them by the judges and didn’t feel that they had been upheld.
According to a source, the castle served as a suitable venue for about a year. But viewers are clearly wanting Australia.
“The novelty and excitement of new locations was great last year. In 2022 it has to be Oz again.”
Fine Dining: A mere quarter of those surveyed believed that “I’m A Celeb” should be shot on location in North Wales.
Despite the fact that this year’s show was marred by catastrophes, from Storm Arwen’s devastation to Richard Madeley’s tragic departure, fans believed it was still worth their time.
According to the source, they were kept well-fed and watered in warm castles. The bosses claimed it was harder than previous years, but it didn’t feel that hard.
It is uncertain when Australia will see the return of the Covid-19 show due to Australia’s ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Richard left the contestant show due to illness. The second week saw stars being removed from Castle after Storm Arwen caused a tree 100 feet tall to crash into the wall.
Because of production disruptions caused by the storm two episodes of the series were cancelled. At the time, the castle was described as “like a warzone”.
The castle’s grounds were badly damaged by the crew, who knocked down scaffolding and tore off the marquee roof.
Due to safety concerns, the celebrities were removed from the castle and placed in isolation without access to the Internet, phones or other media.
The fear of more disruption was made worse by the power outage that struck large areas of Abergele.
ITV News reported that the cutting was felt in many areas, including local homes and businesses. It occurred after an alleged ‘large bang’ in the region.