I’m A Celeb’s Gwrych Castle to become no-fly zone

I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! producers are set to ban aircraft from flying over Gwrych Castle while the show is being filmed.

I’m A Celeb’s Gwrych Castle to become no-fly zone
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As ITV producers gear up to bring us a second series of I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! from Wales’ Gwrych Castle, they’re taking extensive measures to secure the castle—including issuing a no-fly order over the castle.

According to a source quoted by The Sun:

There is a serious point to these measures, because producers are making security their priority this year for multiple reasons. They don’t want any secret builds observed from the sky. And you have to remember the gruesome trials and tough camp life are just part of the challenge for the celebs. Being in that bubble, cut off from real life, is a big part of the psychological load on their shoulders. So producers are prepared to do everything they can to preserve that.

When will I’m A Celeb 2021 start?

The official start date for I’m A Celeb 2021 is yet to be confirmed. However, based on previous years, we reckon the show is most likely to kick off in just over three weeks’ time, on Sunday 14 November. That means we’ll likely get confirmation of who’s in the line-up in a couple of weeks’ time.

Who is in the I’m A Celeb 2021 line-up?

ITV is remaining tight-lipped over the line-up, but several names have been reported in the press. These include soap stars Adam Woodyatt (otherwise known as EastEnders’ Ian Beale) and Simon Gregson (aka Steve McDonald from Coronation Street). Presenter Richard Madeley, Olympic diver Matty Lee, The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge, ex-Strictly judge Arlene Phillips and Love IslanderMaura Higginsare all rumoured to be in the line-up too.

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