Ant and Dec, who present I'm a Celebrity, have revealed more on the Australian return

Ant and Dec, who present I'm a Celebrity, have revealed more on the Australian return

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who stage the show, have revealed that they intend to reprise the reality series to Australia after a two-year stint in Wales.

After a few months of speculation, Geordie presenters told Heart Radio that they can''t see 2022 anywhere else than the Australian jungle where, until the epidemic, it had been revealed since the very first series.

Ant said on their Heart breakfast radio show that "The plan is, we were going back to Australia, and we didn''t intend to go elsewhere."

"Its got to return to it," he said. "Back to its spiritual home, return to where everything started." Everyone wants to experience some sunshine at that time of year on the telly."

The two men told fans about their hopes for an Australian return: "We love Wales, but Australia is [the show''s] home, and we''d like to return there if we can."

The upcoming season of is uncertain, but we''re still waiting to see which celebrities will be taking on the challenge later this year, where someone will follow in the footsteps of ''Elizabeth Miller to be the next King or Queen.

A range of other major changes are coming to the iconic ITV series, including news that an I''m a Celebrity spin-off series is in the works, but fans will have to wait a bit to see it in action.

So far, we know that over the years many of our iconic campmates will return to face some new challenges and that it will take place in a brand new camp in South Africa.

According to the Daily Mail (opens in a new tab), "The new stand-alone feature will include the usual annualITVprogram, which is expected to return to the Australian jungle this year after two years in Wales, and will be launched next summer."

On ITV, the show will air later this year. Previous episodes of the series are on-demand via the ITV Hub.

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