The new ITV reality show saw contestants Craig Charles and Kimberly Wyatt vomiting as they battled sea sickness.
Craig Charles is reportedly set to make a dramatic return to the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here jungle this year after he was forced to withdraw as a camp mate during a previous appearance on the ITV show. Craig was four days into the series when producers broke the devastating news, which prompted him to return to the UK, as he told the other celebs: “I’m out of here. Now, two years on, ITV bosses are reportedly keen to get Craig, 52, back in the camp for this year’s series after his filming schedule for Red Dwarf clashed with the 2015 series.
Twelve years ago, when Robot Wars was last on TV, my favourite was always Hypno-Disk. Because I feel like he’s the spiritual successor to Hypno-Disk, with a spinning blade that destroys it’s weaker foes like tissue paper and a death hum to instil fear in the hardest of warriors. What can I say, the new Robot Wars has recaptured a little part of my childhood, a part of me I didn’t know I still had.
Quick! Get down into your garage and start putting bits of old bikes together because Robot Wars is making an epic comeback to BBC Two. The Beeb has promised “a raft of technological advances” to the show, which first aired between 1998 and 2003 on BBC, and then on Channel 5 for a further year. The series will return with six 60-minute episodes as humans and their robots battle it out for the Robot Wars title.
Viewers of reality television show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will recall Craig receiving the devastating news of his brother Dean’s death last year. The Scouse star immediately fled the jungle to return home and grieve with his family but, shortly after, he also left his role as Corrie’s favourite, lovable Cabbie Lloyd Mullaney.