One thing’s for sure, I’m A Celeb 2020 is going to be no holiday camp. With the action moved from the Australian jungle to a ‘haunted’ castle in North Wales, the I’m A Celeb 2020 campmates are set to face freezing conditions, damp and dark living quarters and–as per tradition–some pretty horrible food…
What are the I’m A Celeb 2020 campmates’ biggest fears?
But what are the I’m A Celeb 2020 campmates most afraid of? This year’s highest-paid star Sir Mo Farah admitted that he’s ‘fearful of everything that moves–all animals!’ And whilst heights and ghosts don’t bother him, the father-of-four says he is going to really miss his wife and kids and hopes he’ll win a photo of them to keep him going.
Ex-EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer also says missing her young daughter will be the hardest part about going on the show–but she’s determined to do her proud. Despite being a self-proclaimed ‘scaredy cat’ with ‘all the phobias,’ Jess says she’s used to camping from childhood trips and is keen to ‘face [her] fears.’
Radio 1 DJ Jordan North also says he has ‘so many phobias and fears–' to the extent that he’s worried about letting people down in the Bushtucker Trials. Meanwhile, Victoria Derbyshire says she’s claustrophobic and has a fear of spiders–which doesn’t bode well considering these are bound to crop up.
I’m A Celeb 2020: AJ is determined to show what he’s made of
Finally, I’m A Celeb 2020’s AJ Pritchard–whose place on the show has been thrown into jeopardy since his routine Covid test came back positive–is also claustrophobic and has a fear of heights. However, he’s determined to do ‘as many trials as possible’ and wants to show the public the real him away from the glitter and fake tan of the Strictly ballroom.