There is NOT a secret supply of hot water: ITV rubbish claims I’m A Ce…

EXCLUSIVE: I’m A Celeb is dogged with fakery accusations over gruelling living conditions – however bosses SLAM claims stars are given secret luxuries including hot water and heating

  • ITV have rubbished claims that stars are supplied with hot water after they were accused of providing campmates with a range of luxuries during their stay 
  • As of Sunday, Stars including Richard Madeley, Danny Miller and David Ginola have hunkered down at 19th century Gwrych Castle for the next three weeks
  • Reports have emerged surrounding the real conditions in the castle, with allegations that the conditions are not as excruciating as portrayed on-screen 
  • Insiders told MailOnline: ‘There is NOT a secret supply of hot water’


I’m A Celeb bosses have rubbished claims that celebrities are supplied with hot water amid accusations over secret luxuries during their stay in the Welsh camp. 

Stars including Good Morning Britain great number Richard Madeley, Emmerdale actor Danny  Miller and French football ace David Ginola have hunkered down at 19th century Gwrych Castle near Abergele for the next three weeks.  

While there, the group will be required to ‘burn wood’ and ‘manage the water pump for 40 minutes a day’ to earn ‘lukewarm water’, with a show source insisting  to MailOnline: ‘There is NOT a secret supply of hot water.’  

False: ITV have rubbished claims that celebrities are supplied with hot water on camp, saying that they have to ‘burn wood’ and ‘pump the pump for 40 minutes a day’ to earn ‘lukewarm water’

ITV bosses before told MailOnline that the shower used in The Clink, the smaller, more basic camp, will be ‘early’ where contestants will have to work for their warm water. 

They said: ‘It is a much smaller living space; they do get to sleep inside at the minimum but there will be no beds for them – they will sleep on the floor. 

And while there is a ‘switch’, if the celebrities don’t do the responsibilities, they don’t get the lukewarm water, in spite of. 

‘There’s a very early shower camp but most of their daily lives will be within a cramped and claustrophobic courtyard, all their cooking, eating, washing up, and the chores they do will all happen outside.

‘They are really going to be on top of each other for the first few days.’

Eeek: ITV bosses before told MailOnline that the shower in The Clink, the smaller, more bare camp, will be ‘early’ where contestants will have to work for their warm water

The main camp was dubbed luxurious by the creative director of the show in comparison as campmates will be able to enjoy hammocks and have showers in twos.  

An insider also told The Sun that the VIPs were also being plied with cigarettes. 

The Sun’s source said: ‘Danny was asking for one within an hour of the entrance trial ending. David had two smokes in less than an hour.’ 

However, celebrities have always had access to a smoking area in both Wales and Australia. 

Turn me on: While there is a ‘switch’, if the celebrities don’t do the responsibilities, they don’t get the lukewarm water, in spite of

Smoking: An insider also told The Sun that the VIPs were being plied with cigarettes. However, celebrities have always had access to a smoking area in both Wales and Australia

This year’s series has been dubbed the ‘toughest ever’ by producers and includes ‘one tough challenge everyday.’   

The trials will be filmed late at night, after the live show on ITV.

Campmates, consequently, will not eat their evening meal – if they win any food at all – until the early hours of the morning.

Tom said: ‘Trials always happen after the live show because clearly you have the votes within the live show and dinner is a direct consequence of the trial so depending on the number of stars they win if any… they will be eating dinner late.’

Oh no: This year’s series has been dubbed the ‘toughest ever’ by producers and includes ‘one tough challenge everyday’ 

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