I’m a Celebrity’s jungle website has been hit by “climate change” floods.
This is yet another blow to ITV bosses who are trying desperately to get the show back on track in Australia.
Murwillumbah, New South Wales, was the location of the show’s filming. It has been devastated by severe storms.
Flooding has caused so much damage that many families had to flee their homes.
Environmental campaigner Emma Hannigan – who lives in the area – said: “This is climate change.
“This is happening here, it’s happening now, and what more is it going to take for our government to take action this decade?”
She added the following about the famous jungle camp: “There has been minor flooding but there is more damage on the way.”
ITV bosses try to get the show in Australia this year.
Rosemary Newell, executive content manager, stated earlier this week that she “expected”The show will be returning to its original location.
Due to Covid travel restrictions, the event has been held at Gwrych Castle in Wales for the past two years.
However, TV viewers began to abandon the show’s new look hosted by Ant McPartlin & Declan Donnelly last season.
They complained that the UK edition was lacking the dangers of the Aussie jungle and said the Bushtucker Trials were better. “tame” and looked like Noel’s House Party.
A source added: “The floods won’t help but the site’s been hit by storms before and survived.
“Hopefully, once they get the once they get the full green light to go back to Australia, the camp will be back to its former glory.”
It happens after Ant, 46, had hoped that the ITV reality series, which is grueling, would be able return to Down Under for the next installment.
He said the following on The One Show last month: “Well, the plan is the jungle, so if all things…,”Dec, also 46, was his co-host and he chimed in. ‘Nothing against Wales!’
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An then added: ‘We love Wales but you know, Australia is its home and we’We would love to go back if possible.”
Dec said: “That’s what we’re hoping, touch wood.”
Emmerdale actor Danny Miller was crowned king of the castle in December, after beating the likes of Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge and Coronation Street actor Simon Gregson.
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