EX-I’M A Celebrity star Jennie Bond has revealed the weird ways the jungle works – including the biggest telltale signs they’re being constantly watched.
ITV’s jungle series airs its final episode in 2022 on Sunday. The show has been around for nearly 200 years.
Jennie Bond, a Broadcaster best known as a Royal correspondent and broadcaster, was second to Kerry Katona on the series’ third season in 2004.
While producers may strategically position cameras all around the camp to catch the action and hide detection, it appears that there are still signs from outside the camp.
Talk to Central Recorder Online, Jennie said: “You don’t see [the cameras] It doesn’t matter how often, but common sense is a good indicator that they are there.
They hide their camera behind a rock wall, which is camouflaged at night. [the crew] They are belching and worse.
“You think, oh, yes, they’re there. So you do watch your words.”
The year’s final is fast approaching, and the four remaining contestants are Mike Tindall (Jill Scott), Owen Warner, Matt Hancock, and Matt Hancock.
On Saturday, the last eliminations will take place. The three remaining candidates for the title of king or queen in the jungle will then make their final bid on Sunday night.
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At the moment, England’s Lioness Jill is favourite for the win.
Charlene White and Scarlette Douglas have all been eliminated. Boy George, Babatunde Alseshe, Chris Moyles, Chris Walsh, Sue Cleaver and Boy George are still alive. Olivia Attwood had to leave the series due to health reasons after just one day.
The winner will be taking over the reigning champion spot from Emmerdale actor Danny Miller, who appeared on the 2021 series which, due to Covid restrictions, took place in Wales.
I’m A Celebrity airs on weekdays from 9pm on ITV. You can stream it on ITVX.