I’m A Celeb 2015: 10 things you didn’t know about the I’m A Celebrity jungle

The I’m A Celebrity jungle is a LOT more dangerous than you might think; here’s 10 things you didn’t know about the hit show

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by Kayleigh Dray |
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Many people think that I’m A Celebrity - Get Me Out Of Here in the Australian jungle is a short holiday break for the A-listers where they can relax and top up their tans.

But that couldn’t be any further from the truth!

Last year Australia’s most dangerous spiders had to be removed from the I’m A Celebrity Get me Out of Here camp and it was reported that hosts Ant and Dec narrowly escaped death or serious injury.

Now the team at First4lawyers have revealed that the ITV jungle set up for the celebrity show is more dangerous than we think.

Check it out…

10 things you didn’t know about the safety of the I'm A Celeb celebrities:

    That’s a LOT more intense than we thought.

    Andy Cullwick at First4lawyers says: “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here starts this weekend and the celebrities have started to arrive at the airport in Australia ready for the show.

    “Each person will be fully covered by now in terms of life and personal injury insurance however this does not mean that the celebrities won’t be faced with dangers whilst in the jungle.

    “From twisted ankles during the bush tucker trials to spider bites as they sleep at night, these are just some of the dangers that these high profile celebrities could face as they take part in the ITV challenge.”

    He added: “Gemma Collins last year faced a traumatic experience whilst in the jungle and removed herself immediately.

    “This shows that the celebrity competition isn’t a walk in the park and the resulting psychological distress can put the participants at high risk of both personal injury and trauma.

    “However, we at First4lawyers expect that contracts have been put in place by ITV, transferring the liability of the contestants safety on to the celebrities themselves.”

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