Ant and Dec Reveal Second Series of I’m A Celebrity All Stars in South Africa


Ant and Dec have let slip that the popular spin-off series, I’m A Celebrity All Stars, filmed in South Africa, is getting a second season. The first series aired earlier this year and featured well-known celebrities such as Carol Vorderman, Helen Flanagan, and Amir Khan. Now, the dynamic duo have revealed who they would like to see take part in the upcoming season.

Ferne McCann Could Join the South Africa Line-Up

During an Instagram live session, a fan asked if Ferne McCann could be part of the Australian series next year. Ant quickly responded, saying, “Ferne’s already done it, she’s already done it! But she could do South Africa when we do that. We could have her on that.” It seems that the hosts have big plans for the next season and are already brainstorming a potential line-up.

Exciting Location Change

I’m A Celebrity All Stars is known for its exotic locations, and the South Africa edition was no exception. Instead of the usual Australian setting, the show was filmed in Kruger National Park, South Africa. This change of scenery added a fresh twist to the series and provided a unique experience for the contestants.

Clash of the Alphas

Ant and Dec also discussed the dynamics among this year’s contestants. Dec mentioned that there is “a lot of alpha going on,” highlighting the competitive nature of the late arrivals, Frankie Dettori and Tony Bellew. Both sportsmen are known for their drive to win, which could lead to some interesting clashes within the camp.

As fans eagerly await the second season of I’m A Celebrity All Stars in South Africa, Ant and Dec’s revelations have only added to the excitement. With a potential new line-up and the stunning South African backdrop, the upcoming season promises to be a thrilling adventure.

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