I’m A Celeb 2020 will end on Friday 4th December with a one hour and 35 minute long finale episode. This is a departure from tradition as the final episode of each series has usually aired on a Sunday in recent years–but this is 2020 and honestly we’re just glad that we got a series of I’m A Celeb this year at all.
Why is I’m A Celeb shorter this year?
I’m A Celeb 2020 is a couple of days shorter than the show has been in recent years (the last five series have been 22 days long whilst series 14 was a bumper 23 days long)–although it’s still longer than the first two series of the show back in the early 2000s which only lasted for 15 days each.
ITV haven’t officially revealed why I’m A Celeb is shorter this year but an insider source apparently told The Sun that it’s due to concerns that the conditions for campmates this year are harsher than ever with the freezing temperatures in Wales and producers were concerned that unhappy celebs might walk out.
When will campmates start getting voted out of I’m A Celeb 2020?
No one has been voted out of I’m A Celeb 2020 yet but celebs are likely to start being kicked out of the castle very soon. In recent years, the first celeb has been voted out on Day 13. This year, that falls on Friday night so we reckon there’s a good chance that’s when the first elimination will be happening.
With only 8 days to go until the finale, we can expect some double eliminations next week, as there are usually only 3 celebs left in camp in the last episode. Hollie Arnold, Ruthie Henshall and Victoria Derbyshire all look to be in danger of being first voted out according to the bookies, whilst Jordan North, Vernon Kay and Giovanna Fletcher are favourites to win I’m A Celeb 2020.