TV recap I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here: When does someone get eliminated?

Here we are, week 2 of I’m a Celebrity …

Get Me Out of Here Australia, so it must be time for a contestant to go home soon.

The series was only filmed over a four-week period and so far the only contestant to leave is the wonderfully snarky Mel Buttle, who had to go for her own mental health.

Word is there will be two more intruders this week, and if you search hard enough online you could find out their names.

What do you all think of the new lockdown-imposed location? Does filming it in Australia rather than South Africa lessen their show in any way? Sure, the format is different due to the pre-recording structure but do we miss yet another gross food eating challenge where people eat animal testicles?

Apart from some big event challenges involving mountain-top jumps, I don’t see why it can’t be filmed in Australia in the future.

Or does the show get huge tax breaks from the South African government?

What do you think?

Would you be happy for the show to stay in Australia?


I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out if Here starts tonight. Some contestants have been revealed

I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here Australia starts tonight and Ten has already revealed two contestants.

The first is Toni Pearen, who was big in the 90s as a pop singer and actor on soapie E Street.

The second is comedian Mel Buttle, who co-hosts the Great Australian Bake Off and writes a column for the Courier Mail.


Is Pete Evans going to be on I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here?

It’s hard to believe Channel 10 would stoop so low, but rumours are swirling that Pete Evans has been cast on I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here.

The new season is being filmed in Queensland this year instead of Africa, due to Covid restrictions.

Will you boycott the show if conspiracy theorist Pete is cast?

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