I’m A Celeb bosses “hope” Adam Woodyatt, Simon Gregson will boost ratings for ITV show


The castle will be entered by EastEnders Simon Gregson (Adam Woodyatt) on Thursday’s episode. The episode comes after the show was branded “dull” by viewers

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I’m A Celeb: Adam Woodyatt introduced and Simon Gregson introduced

I’m A Celebrity bosses hope that soap stars Adam Woodyatt, Simon Gregson and others will boost the show’s declining ratings.

This ITV series has been called “The ITV Show” by fans “dull”, “flat”And “lacking spark”Only 5.8 million viewers tuned into Tuesday’s episode, while Channel 4’s Great British Bake Off received 6.9million.

The source is quoted by Silver Screen BeatsAs the saying goes: “I think fans miss the show being in Australia but it’s better to have it on air than not at all.”

EastEnders’ star Adam Woodyatt will be joining Coronation Street’s Simon Gregson at the castle. These scenes will air during tomorrow night’s episode. Fans will get a brief glimpse into the new arrivals at tonight’s end.

Simon is most well-known for his role as Steve McDonald on ITV’s Coronation Street soap, while Adam is better known to UK viewers for his role as Ian Beale in EastEnders over three decades.

I’m A Celebrity often features late arrivals. Adam and Simon are two of many celebs who have entered the jungle-like castle grounds within a few days of their first intake.

Russell Watson and Ruthie Watson arrived last year. However, in the past it also featured Andy Whyment (a Corrie star) and EastEnders’ Cliff Parisi (a EastEnders star). Alison Hammond appeared in the 2010 series.

Simon Gregson, the actor who plays Steve McDonald in Corrie, has admitted that he is worried about being a “complete ball of nerves”When he arrives at camp.

The actor, who has been a soap actor for 32 years is worried that he won’t be able perform. “his true side”.

“I think it will be nice for people who are fans of the show to see a different side,”Before entering Gwrych Castle, he tells his Mirror.

“How big a difference that side is yet to be seen! They might just be like, ‘Oh my god, he’s just like Steve!’

“Yes, it is possible to see another side.”

He added: “If nerves get in the way of doing this type of thing, it can be difficult to let your true self out. Maybe it’s time for you to let go and tell stories to allow them to see another side. You never know!

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