GMB launches new segment dedicated host Richard Madeley in format shakeup

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Richard Arnold, a journalist for Good Morning Britain, has added a new segment to their entertainment coverage.

GMB decided to give Richard Madeley a little extra air-time, instead of giving a recap of each episode as the hosts normally do.

Richard, who had left the show earlier this month to seek isolation, has now entered the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! castle alongside other stars such as Louise Minchin or Frankie Bridge.

He is preparing for the most difficult challenges on the show while his friends at ITV make sure that none of them are missed.



Richard Arnold welcomed the brand new segment
Richard Arnold welcomes the new segment

Richard Arnold, the host of Monday’s morning show, gave his entertainment update. He will likely be focusing on I’m A Celeb over the next few weeks, as it is.

He gave an update about the people at the castle and the challenges they faced, but he also welcomed their new segment.

The segment is placed on top of the entertainment breakdown and happens seconds after the most recent entertainment gossip.

After all the information about I’m A Celeb was shown on TV, Madeley’s small picture and a banner that read: “Madeley’s magic moments”.



The segment launched on GMB this morning
GMB launched the segment this morning

Richard Arnold, entertainment mogul, said then: “Hopefully that intro will get longer…”He admitted that his bosses would be sharing Richard’s most memorable moments on the screen every day that he remained in the castle.

Monday morning’s scene featured Madeley and David Ginola setting up a fire while they were still in their camp.

GMB viewers who didn’t see I’m A Celeb on the night before can still catch the segment with the controversial TV host on the morning program.

Richard was joined by his fellow celebs at the castle to launch the new series.



A new flurry of celebs have entered the castle
New celebs have entered the castle

It used to take place in Australia but Covid-19 rules dictate that the series is now being held in Gwrych Castle, Wales.

The challenges are just as tough, despite being in a different place.

Celebs will work together now to create surprises, while the public votes for the favourites start to win the series and be crowned the king or queen in the castle.

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