I’m A Celebrity bosses sign three-year deal to film show in Australian jungle

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! bosses have signed a new three-year deal that allows them to continue filming the survival-themed series in the Australian jungle. Strewth!

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This news comes after the reality series was thrown into jeopardy following land owner Craig Parker’s threat to block ITV from using his Dungay Creek territory in Queensland.

However it’s now been reported that both parties reached an agreement last week, extending their contract together and permitting show producers to use the same location, where they have set up camp year-on-year since 2003.

A source told The Sun: “ITV must have thrown a lot of money at the Parkers because they have managed to smooth this over in record time. They are ready to continue their professional relationship together and the council will without question agree to the extension.”

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Meanwhile, there has been a rumble in the jungle as newly elected Camp President Scarlett Moffatt found herself caught up in another row with Martin Roberts, days after she was reduced to tears by the arguing in camp.

Tensions were high last night after Scarlett, who must oversee chores as part of her new duties, politely asked the Homes Under the Hammer presenter to top up the water supply.

“It’s a case of prioritising, I was trying to get the fire going so that the water…” Martin began to explain, appearing to ignore Scarlett’s request, as Danny Baker snapped back: “She’s the President. Whatever she says to do, you do it.”

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He continued: “You always answer her back like she’s some silly kid… She shouldn’t need me to step in but you do it too often. If she tells you to run down there, then you run down there, alright?”

Taking a firm stand on the matter, Scarlett added: “There is only so many times I can ask you politely.”

The Gogglebox star previously had a disagreement with Martin during the gloating debacle, whereby she accused Martin of putting words in her mouth – which is arguably better than a witchetty grub, mind you.

I’m A Celebrity continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

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