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Half the I’m A Celebrity stars face starvation and sleeping on the floor in the toughest ever start to the show on Sunday.
Show bosses took the Mirror on a tour of the main camp yesterday and revealed how trials and living conditions will be testing from the beginning.
Whilst the main camp itself features only minor changes, only half the contestants will initially get to live there in.
Series Editor Olly Nash explained: “We have got our biggest walk in ever this year so the camp will be divided into two for the first few days, so there will be a winners camp, Croc Creek, and a losers camp, Snake Rock, who will have to live with rice and beans and will be sleeping on the floor.
"The Walk In has a number of events to choose the two teams, and then they will go head-to-head in a race.
“You can be pretty sure you are going to get parachute jumps and height challenges when they go in, those universal fears to test them with.
Even on an overcast day the air was muggy and I began sweating after just a few minutes. There are flies everywhere and the creek where in the past contestants have swam around and flirted looked muddy an unappealing.
Looking inside the rations box it was clear there really are only the bare essential for them to survive and the camp is also congested making the thought of staying there for three weeks unbearable.
A long bench – previously a love seat – just outside camp looks a good place of refuge from the madness and inevitable rows.
Trials boss Matt ‘Wilko’ Wilkinson also has some big plans up his sleeve. He told us: “There is going to be a trial with the most ever bugs in it, we have got 160,000 bugs in one trial.
“We have also got the trial with the most snakes ever, over 50 and it is a one person trial.
“We have the biggest underwater trial with the biggest ever underwater construction, it is v v impressive.
“And the final one is we have got the biggest trial ever full stop, I can say that all the contestants will be present but not in one capacity. It is the biggest thing we have ever constructed.”
*I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here starts Sunday, November 18 at 9pm on ITV.
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