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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! begins on Sunday 15 November, and the first trial looks just as gruelling as previous series' despite being set in North Wales, and not the Australian outback.
In a first peek the celebrities including Coronation Street's Beverley Callard, Olympian Sir Mo Farah and former Strictly pro AJ Pritchard helicopter across Snowdonia and abseil down a cliff before arriving at Gwrych Castle to be met with their first trial.
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Presenting duo Ant and Dec greet them and explain that the celebrities have to work as a team to win ten stars. Each star is worth a meal for camp.
Ant and Dec warn that they should "expect the unexpected".
They are then told that for ever one of them that said the words "I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!" the group would be deducted one star.
And if they decide against doing the trial as a group then they will have to eat a diet of rice and beans.
Next they are all locked into ten cages and have to work as a team to move the stars from one side to the other, using either their hands or a magnet in under 12 minutes.
Of course, given the nature of the show, creepy crawlies rain down upon them.
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Former Eastenders star Shane Richie passed his star to fellow Albert Square veteran Jessica Plummer as cockroaches and crickets fall on top of them.
Famed author Giovanna Fletcher has particular trouble with bugs as when Jessica passed her the star, she exclaims: “It’s down my knickers”.
Meanwhile presenter Vernon Kay tries to order the critters away, saying: "pack it in will you" as mealworms fall onto the other celebrity contestants.
AJ then passes the stars to Beverley who finds it difficult to move them through her matrix, before radio host Jordan North, Mo and journalist Victoria Derbyshire take their turn.
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We can't wait to see how many stars they managed to get and whether they will be eating rice and beans during their first night in the castle.
To find out more tune into I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Sunday at 9pm on ITV.
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