Errr. What’s This News About The Famous I’m A Celebrity Shower…?

The iconic shower has been exposed as being FAKE. And we just don't know what's real anymore...

This year’s season marks the 16th series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and needless to say, the show hasn’t lost its touch.

More than 15 years on, we still thoroughly enjoy watching celebrities be stripped bare of the luxuries of their typical lives and be forced to undergo disgusting or fear inducing trials.

So far this year, we’ve seen comedian Joel Dommett be forced to face his fear of heights by climbing up a giant structure and putting his hands in boxes full of critters on his way up.

Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, Olympian Sam Queck, dancers Jordan Banjo and Ola Jordan were left squirming after being locked in the Tomb of Terrors with a tonne of creepy crawlies.

And, most recently, we’ve massively enjoyed watching Adam Thomas face-off with spiders, which is a big phobia of his.

'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 21 Nov 2016

But, rumours are surfacing that all might not be what it seems in the I’m A Celebrity camp….

These speculations come in light of an article that 2006 contestant Laura Booth wrote for the Daily Mail, which has now resurfaced and is doing the rounds online. In it, Laura discusses how fake she felt the whole camp environment actually was during her experience.


'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 14 Nov 2016

She wrote, ‘Take the rocks around the edge of the encampment – they seemed to be hollow and made of papier mache.

‘I also realised that the waterfall, like the pool beneath it was not part of the jungle at all, but a man-made creation. Unless, of course, real rain forest waterfalls get turned off between three and six every afternoon.’

GASP. Not the iconic I’m A Celeb shower.

'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 21 Nov 2016

We’re sure viewers take the ‘reality’ of today’s reality shows with a pinch of salt, and I’m A Celeb producers have reacted casually to the claims, stating that they had never implied that the shower has never been said to of been ‘real’.

Our hearts are broken.

By Catherine Delves