Olivia Attwood reveals reason for leaving I'm A Celebrity
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I’m A Celebrity is back in the Outback after a two-year break away from the jungle as the ITV show was held at Gwrych Castle in Wales. Thankfully, the contestants were able to travel halfway around the world this time around for the series, resuming the show’s normality. Even though fans have been loving every second of bickering and Bushtucker Trials, many are curious about when they can expect the finale.
When does I’m A Celebrity end?
I’m A Celebrity’s 2022 series made its debut on Sunday, November 6, which is slightly earlier than usual.
This is because the World Cup will soon be starting and so ITV is trying to prevent as much crossover as possible.
I’m A Celebrity typically lasts around 20 to 22 days, around the three-week mark.
It has now been confirmed that this season will have 22 instalments, taking the show up to the finale which airs on Sunday, November 27, at 9pm on ITV.
In 2020, the series was shorter than usual with just 20 episodes filmed at the Welsh castle.
Last year and 2019, on the other hand, had even fewer with 19 instalments to enjoy.
Thankfully, the show’s production is back to normal so viewers can expect the usual number of episodes to look forward to.
As always, there will be a final three making it to the grand final, with one of them being crowned either the King or Queen of the Jungle.
Last year, there were a few stars who could have been named the I’m A Celebrity champion.
Emmerdale actor Danny Miller, Coronation Street star Simon Gregson and The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge were the final three.
But it was actor Miller who ended up taking the crown by the end of the series.
When Ant and Dec made the announcement, he was left stunned.
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Miller said: “I can’t believe it, I feel so sick.
“I’m speechless for once…from the bottom of my heart and my family’s heart this is the best thing that has happened to me bar my son.”
There is still some time before fans can start guessing the outcome of the series with almost all of the contestants in it to win it.
The only star to have left has been Love Island’s Olivia Attwood after she was forced to go on medical grounds.
The celebrities remaining in the competition are:
Culture Club singer Boy George
England football star Jill Scott
Comedian Babatunde Aléshé
Former England rugby ace Mike Tindall
Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver
Hollyoaks star Owen Warner
Loose Women and ITV News’ Charlene White
Radio host Chris Moyles
Comedian Seann Walsh
Former A Place in the Sun host Scarlette Douglas
Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! continues every night at 8pm on ITV.
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