Im A Celebrity 2022 starts tonight and heres all you need to know

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here: Trailer for new series

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I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! returns to ITV with the series returning to Australia for the first time in a couple of years. Hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly will greet the celebrities as they spend their first night stranded on an island and will face the first trial of the series. has all you need to know about what time it starts.

What time is I’m A Celebrity on tonight? 

Ant and Dec will be reporting live from the jungle every evening this autumn as the celebrities battle to be crowned king or queen of the jungle.

Some of the famous faces taking part in the 2022 series include popstar Boy George, former Health Secretary Matt Hancock and ex-rugby player and Royal Family member, Mike Tindall.

Viewers will witness the celebrity survival challenge on Sunday night, as the celebs will be waving goodbye to their lives of luxury to set up camp in the jungle for up to three weeks.

They can look forward to battling bugs and Bushtucker Trials, rations and extreme weather conditions.

The first episode will air at 9pm on ITV, after a special edition of The Masked Singer.

Fans can look forward to an hour and 45-minute long episode, which will end at 10.45pm in time for the news.

Viewers are excited to start voting for who will be taking part in the dreaded Bushtucker Trials this year.

Boy George explained how he would cope if he was chosen to do lots of challenges.

He said: “My biggest fear is being scared and the trials are not something I am particularly excited about.

“I will just laugh. I know they won’t want to hurt me. But I don’t want to be bored either and I will try to get the stars for everyone.

“I think I will be the in-house dietician when I am in the camp because I will be telling everyone they aren’t going to let us starve. I will be telling everyone to calm down.”

The other contestants joining this year include Corrie actress Sue Cleaver and Hollyoaks star Owen Warner.

They will be joined by TV presenters Scarlette Douglas and Charlene White, as well as radio DJ Chris Moyles.

Fans will also see England football star Jill Scott, comedian Babatunde Aléshé and reality star Olivia Attwood.

Viewers have had the chance to vote for who they wish to see become Jungle VIPs for the first challenge.

Jungle VIPs are ‘Very Isolated People’ and they will spend their first night stranded.

Mike Tindall said he was looking forward to some of the challenges, joking about the dreaded eating challenge.

He said: “At least with the eating trials, you get food in you! It might not taste very nice but at least it is serving a purpose and giving you a protein intake. Bring on those challenges.”

Admitting he has not done any preparation beforehand for his new camp life, he added: “I don’t think I am too bothered about sleeping in a hammock but it will be interesting as I wouldn’t say I am someone who falls asleep anywhere.

“But I have slept in a hammock before and it is something your body will get used to in time.”

The series has been a topic of controversy this year as viewers have hit back at how much some of the famous faces are getting paid to take part.

Matt Hancock is being paid £400,000 to head into the jungle, and it did not go down well with TalkTV host Piers Morgan.

Talking to his viewers on Uncensored, he said in a scathing rant: “He’s not a celebrity, but now it’s emerged that Hancock’s being paid a staggering £400,000 for his shameful self-promoting jolly to the other side of the world.”

Regarding his huge pay, a spokesperson for the MP said he will be giving a generous donation to a charity.

I’m A Celebrity 2022 airs on ITV at 9pm

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