I'm A Celebrity could be a wash-out

Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly

Ant and Dec

The new series of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' is set to be a wash-out with weather forecasters predicting huge storms in Australia during November.

The new series of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' is set to be a wash-out.

The ITV1 reality show - which is staged in the Australian outback - returns to TV screens in November but weather forecasters are predicting huge storms will hit the area, meaning the celebrities will get very wet.

If it does rain it decreases the likelihood of the female contestants stripping down to their bikinis to shower, disappointing many of the show's male fans, who in previous years have been treated to the likes of Myleene Klass and Kayla Collins in their skimpy swimwear.

Australian weather expert Rob Webb said: "There will be a rapid increase in storm activity from November. We are expecting 25 to 30 storms this season."

It's not just viewers who will be disappointed, as hosts Ant and Dec enjoy their annual trip to Australia's Gold Coast because it usually means they will be able to play a few rounds of golf in the sun.

A source added to the Daily Star newspaper: "I looks like the show could be renamed 'I'm A Celeb-wetty'. Rain, high winds and possible flooding are just what we don' want to hear."


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