I’m A Celebrity Bosses Agree To Skip Bat-Eating Challenge This Year


DEEMED an essential business for the well being and mental health of an entire nation, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is to return to TV viewers’ screens on November 15th, although several changes have been put into place to ensure the show can go ahead during the Coronavirus pandemic. You can expect:

– The popular bushtucker trials in which celebs eat weird and gross animals is to be ‘toned down’ to avoid insensitivities surrounding the origins of the Coronavirus, so munching on bat testicles is out. Instead, the teams will bite into 100% pure British bull penises instead.

– Rather than travel to Australia where Covid restrictions have all but been lifted thanks to sterling work from the government down under, the celebs will now travel to Wales where the added risk of contracting the potentially fatal illness will add an extra layer of drama to proceedings.

– Producers have been forced to pick either Ant or Dec, not both, due to social distancing rules.

– Speaking of celebs, this year’s line-up will feature more famous people than the usual collection of D-listers thanks to Covid-19 shutting down most other avenues of work. “I was just lying around the house scratching my hole doing nothing so I said ‘fuck it, yeah sounds like a laugh'” said David Beckham, while Adele agreed in the background.

– Should any celebrity wish to remain in the relative safety and isolation of the I’m A Celeb set, they are more than welcome to do so following the series, with many suggesting that the camp might be the perfect place to ‘ride this whole thing out’. Rumours persist that the show may end up being named ‘I’m A Celebrity, And I’m 100% OK With Being Here For The Foreseeable Future’.

IACAIOHPWBHFTFF hits our screens on November 15th.