November is just around the corner which meansI’m a Celebwill be hitting our screens. And, to make the news even sweeter ITV has announced that a new spin-off show called I’m a Celebrity...The Daily Drop will be airing alongside it!
I’m a Celebrity...The Daily Drop will be hosted by TV presenter Vick Hope and will allow fans the chance to dig deeper into all the latest camp action and gossip.
The new series comes asI’m a Celebrity… Extra Campwas axed back in January.
In The Daily Drop, Vick will be discussing and dissecting the latest antics coming from the Gwrych Castle and will also be hosting participants as they are eliminated from the show.
Brand new episodes of The Daily Drop will air on ITV Hub at 7 am the morning after each show. On the ITV Hub, the show can be watched at any time. But, the show will also be run on ITV 2 at a later time for all those more traditional TV watchers.
Vick has already released a statement claiming how excited she is to be hosting the new spin-off inIAC’s 20th-year running:
I’m so excited to be hosting I’m A Celebrity...The Daily Drop on ITV Hub. I’m A Celeb is such a brilliant show, loved by so many, and exactly what we all need right now. I’m very grateful to get to be a part of the stellar team behind it and can’t wait to see what this series has in store! I just know they’re going to go massive this year for the 20th anniversary, and give the audience absolutely top-drawer thrills and spills.
I’ll have guests join me for each show so we can fully dissect all the action, share our opinions on what’s going on inside the camp and hopefully bring you some good gossip along the way!
Many fans were worried this year that I’m a Celeb would be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, ITV producers managed to work their magic and move the show to Wales for a new northern hemisphere take on the camp. Due to the virus, Wales has just recently gone into lockdown but government officials have confirmed that I’m a Celeb will still be allowed to film as long as they follow social distancing rules.
Economy Minister Kev Skates even stated that the show might be good for our mental health and that it’s just the thing to bring us all together.
We couldn’t agree more!