Ant And Dec Reveal How Long It Takes To Film Each I’m A Celeb Episode

The presenting duo shared a sneak look at their hectic schedule.


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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here came back with a bang on Sunday night, with a host of new celebrities taking to the grounds of Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales, completing challenges and testing their limits in the hopes of becoming either king or queen of the castle.

And this year has already taken off on a good start, we’ve got fans loving (and voting) for terrified BBC Radio 1 presenter, Jordan North in what looks like every challenge from now on, swooning over AJ Pritchard stripping it all off for the shower and laughing at everything that Vernon Kay says.

Yes, this season is off to a good start despite fears that the set wouldn’t be ready in time as the crew had to up sticks and leave the Australian jungle behind due to Covid-19.

So, although it’s not the crack of dawn when our favourite presenting duo Ant and Dec go live for the show anymore, it does mean that they’re filming late into the night, with the challenges also taking place later than we expected.

Sharing their daily running order, Ant and Dec posted a photo to Instagram which shows that their day begins at 5:15pm, and ends at 12:45am.

Each night, it appears as though Ant and Dec record their voiceovers before going through hours of meetings, and then, hair and makeup for going live at 9pm.

After that, the pair then travel to the trails, with the trail filming commencing at 11:15pm and ending at 11:45pm. Finally, the board then says that the lads wrap at 12:45am, calling it a night, and heading back to the hotel for some sleep.

Catch I’m A Celeb on Virgin Media One at 9pm.