Following a week of bushtucker trials and bush-related breakdowns, I'm a Celebrity will still air on Saturday night, but the show will be a little bit different to usual. Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly will still be on presenting duties, but they will host a show of highlights that took place throughout the first week in the jungle. Fans can tune into ITV at 9:30pm for the special one-hour show, which will recap the week's antics. This means that viewers won't need to sacrifice their Saturday Strictly, which starts at 6:50pm on BBC and finishes at 8:10pm, or X
I'm a Celebrity fans were delighted to catch a glimpse of Ant McPartlin on the popular reality show – but only for a brief moment! The presenter, who has missed the 2018 series in order to focus on his treatment after a struggle with alcohol addiction, provided the voiceover for the throwback clip that was played in an episode of Extra Camp. The clip, from 2002, showed Uri Geller attempt to communicate with Michael Jackson by meditating. In the voiceover, Ant says: "His jungle communication system doesn't seem to be working very well as Michael Jackson's birthday is in
Noel Edmonds arrived in the jungle on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! on Thursday night, and after being crowned emperor of the jungle and put in charge at the leader of the camp, some campmates were less-than-impressed by their new emperor's behaviour. John Barrowman was the first to clash with the Deal Or No Deal star after Noel told him to stop scratching himself while addressing him. After denying that he had done anything wrong, the Doctor Who actor took to the Bush Telegraph to complain about Noel, saying: "I know he was trying to make
What do you think the Strictly Come Dancing professionals get up to after they are eliminated from the show? Maybe they take a trip to a nice spa for the weekend? Maybe they arrange to meet up with all their friends and family and start Christmas celebrations early? Nope! According to Janette Manrara, eliminated professionals are busier than ever after they leave the show. Janette opened up about how busy she was Chatting to her fans on Instagram stories, the Strictly star revealed that the last few weeks had been "mental", so much so that she had even lost her voice.
There's a serious chill in the November air, which means that it's time to take a first look at the full Dancing on Ice trailer. Following on from last year's award-winning and beloved polar bear advert, the new one traces the adventures of another inquisitive, adorable baby bear, who leaves her slumbering parents to go and explore. The youngster clumsily tumbles onto a frozen lake and knocks a squirrel onto the ice. Before long, they find themselves performing a dance on ice with one of the best (and funniest!) finishes seen on the show. Fans will no doubt love
Video: The celebs who left I'm a Celebrity early - revealed including Spencer Matthews, Gemma Collins and Lady Colin Campbell
Though many stars find going into the I’m A Celeb Camp a challenge, for some it is simply too much. In 2014 Gemma Collins famously quit the show after a mere 72 drama filled hours. She had a meltdown in the helicopter before even arriving at camp and after a particularly lurid case of food poisoning, she became convinced that she was infected with malaria and quit the show. Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews was also forced to retire from the show after failing to disclose to producers that he was taking a steroid based medication. Author and
Now we're gearing up for Christmas, this weekend is full of great telly and, with a couple of blankets and a glass of mulled wine in hand, it's never been so tempting to cancel all of your weekend plans and snuggle up with our top pick TV shows below! From Dynasties to the latest Louis Theroux documentary, here's what you could be watching… Friday 23 November The Graham Norton Show - 10.40pm on BBC One Graham is chatting away to a seriously star-studded couch this weekend! He is joined by Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman, who discusses her new crime thriller Destroyer and how