I'm A Celeb fans have the same question as ITV reveals All Star series trailer | The Sun

I'M A Celeb fans all had the same question as the trailer for the All Star series was released.

ITV revealed the first sneak peak with Ant and Dec for the upcoming show in South Africa.

The commercial broadcaster released a short teaser clip on their official twitter account.

But after watching the video, I'm A Celebrity fans are confused over the format of the series and how it's going to work.

One user asked: "Why isn’t it Live? How’s it going to work with votes? @antanddec @imacelebrity."

A second viewer inquired: "Has this already been filmed ?"


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The video shows the presenting pair enjoying a savanna safari ride as they tick off the animals they have seen on a notepad.

They feel a sudden break as their open top jeep grinds to a halt, and the pair are then inundated with screams and gags from the stars.

Dec, 47, then turns over the pad to reveal a checklist of the announced line-up, plus three squares which inconspicuously contain large red question marks.

He exclaimed: "Hang on a minute," as he urged his presenting partner to look at the list of stars.

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Ant, 47, then asks the driver to step on it, before declaring "We've got work to didgeridoo!"

They then drive, revealing a brown road sign with an arrow that will lead the pair to the new celeb camp.

Dec asks: "You do know we are in South Africa right?"

To which Ant replies in the affirmative, seemingly confirming: "Yeah, course I did."

This comes after the full line-up was revealed as this brand new series brings together nine past jungle legends.

Huge names such as Paul Burrell, Helen Flanagan, Janice Dickinson and Carol Vorderman, will take part in trials described by a spokesman at ITV as “tougher” than ever.

Phil Tufnell, Jordan Banjo, Shaun Ryder, Amir Khan and Olympian Fatima Whitbread have also been confirmed to be re-entering camp.

Unlike the the original version of the show, this new series has already been pre-recorded, and was actually filmed in November 2022.

Instead of heading Down Under the show was filmed in Kruger National Park, South Africa where, ironically, the Aussie version of the show is shot.

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