I’m a Star, Get Me Out of Here The bosses put a new rule in place for the celebrities entering this year’s show.
The popular ITV show is filmed from North Wales for the second time while the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Ant and Dec will be hosting the show again, and the producers put in a new rule to prevent a Covid crisis.
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According to The Sun, the bosses are enforcing a two-week quarantine for all participating stars to avoid a strict-style crisis.
According to reports, a bubble will be put up for the celebrities so there are no issues with jabs and for the safety of the attendees while they are participating in chores at the castle.
Strictly Come Dancing fell into crisis at the start of the latest series, with three stars reportedly refusing to get the coronavirus jab.
Richard Madeley and EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt are just a few of the celebrities who will walk into the castle.
Adam, who plays Ian Beale on the BBC Soap but recently took a break from the show, first appeared on EastEnders in 1985 as a teenager and is the longest-serving character on the BBC Soap.
He has starred in over 3,000 episodes.
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