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Fans against I’m A Celebrity 2020 moving production to the UK

Due to the travel restrictions because of COVID-19 the Australian reality show revealed they would move production to the UK. Fans have spoken and are not happy. Check out the polls.

  • I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Australia is based on the British reality show of the same name.
  • The Aussie version premiered in 2015 and released its 6th season at the start of 2020.

If you're not familiar with the format, here are important things you should know:

  1. A group of celebrities is set to live together in a specially constructed camp site in a jungle.
  2. They are isolated and have no contact with the outside world or knowledge of current events. 
  3. The contestants compete for $100,000 to be donated to a charity of their choosing, and are paid for their participation.
  4. They compete in challenges for food and luxuries within the campsite.
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! moves production to the UK

Now that you're up to date, plans are to move production from the Australian jungle to an abandoned castle in the British countryside. Metro.co.uk asked fans to vote whether they were happy about the decision or not. The poll was launched on their website as well as on their Twitter account. Ten thousand people voted in total and over 5000 are against the move.

The poll could've gone either way, actually on the website people favored the change, but on Twitter fans wanted the show to remain in Australia.

 

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