Viewers were already upset about the show being cancelled tonight, but now reports have emerged about the camp being on 'lockdown'...
If you’re already addicted to the new series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here – and we really wouldn’t blame you – we might have some bad news to break to you.
Viewers of the show were already left disappointed at the news that they wouldn’t be getting their usual fix tonight, with Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly announcing that the show will be cancelled for a night.
Why? Well, you can blame the footy fans as ITV will be playing host to the England v. Spain match.
So, while we will get to see our footy team doing what they do best, we won’t be able to watch our girl Scarlett Moffatt and Countdown‘s Carol Vorderman take on the I’m A Celebrity Big Bush Bake Off trial until Wednesday. Sob.
Hosts Ant & Dec broke the news to us at the end of last night’s live show, and it’s safe to say that social media did not take it well.
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To make matters worse, reports have emerged that the I’m A Celebrity camp is on ‘lockdown’, and the reason is pretty terrifying.
According to The Mirror, a total of EIGHT of deadly spiders have been found amongst the celebrity camp beds.
Medic Bob McCarron, who organises the trials, told the publication: ‘In Australia we have the world’s most dangerous spider which is the “funnel web”.
‘The funnel webs are the most dangerous spider in the world.
‘There is an anti-venom and of course none of the celebs have ever been bitten by them – a couple of crew have been bitten in the past.
‘In fact this year in one of the camera hides we found eight. That’s the most we’ve ever found in one day.’
A source from the show allegedly added: ‘This is really worrying because they are not normally found on set.
‘Producers are being extra careful to make sure the celebs don’t get harmed.
‘They are making camp their home and will soon get used to their surroundings. But a deadly creature would be devastating for the show.’
Bob the medic has assured, ‘We’re not going to let anybody die whether it’s a celebrity or a crew member.’