I’m A Celeb boss sparks rumours of early eviction as he says not all of the stars make it into camp on the first night

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AN I’m A Celebrity boss has sparked rumours of an early eviction.

Executive producer Olly Nash has lifted the lid on the new-look camp just days before launch night, and it’s shaping up to be the best series ever.

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He told OK!: “It’s much bigger than we’ve ever done before and we’re filming more (challenges) than we’ve ever filmed before.

“There’ll be more elements lasting over more shows than has happened before too, so it’s not all just going to be limited to show one.”

And in an intriguing twist, he said “not all the celebrities will be here in camp at the end of Sunday’s show.”

Whether he means someone is at risk of an early exit or some of the celebs will be kept in an alternative area remains to be seen.

This year’s stars will endure one of the toughest nights of their lives as they are set to be stranded on a desert island in a show first.

 In a shake-up to the format upon the show’s return to Australia for the first time in three years, some of the celebs will spend a night away from the jungle on an island in the Pacific Ocean. 

Boy George, Mike Tindall and Love Island beauty Olivia Attwood could be among the celebs camping on the island as the series returns on Sunday. 

A show insider said: “The first twist will see some celebrities dumped on an island in the Pacific while the rest of the group head into camp. 

“However the beautiful island will not be what it seems and the group of unlucky celebs will face a terrifying night while completely exposed to the elements.

“They will feel like Robinson Crusoe on the island and it will make the Jungle camp feel like a palace.

“Bosses are determined that this series will be the biggest yet and viewers will be glued to the screen as the celebs test themselves to the max.” 

Meanwhile the terrifying ‘Walk The Plank’ trial is back after the series was forced to relocate to Gwrych Castle in Wales for the last two years because of restrictions caused by the pandemic. 

Crew members were snapped assembling the structure on top of a high rise on the Gold Coast.

But it appears there will be another twist this year as the photos show three platforms instead of two.

The new stars competing to become king or queen of the jungle will be forced to face their fears by walking to the end of the platforms suspended 32-storeys in the air.

We previously told how the stars have been given mental health MOTs to make sure they don’t crack under the pressure cooker atmosphere of the show.

This included divulging any previous mental health issues and admitting to any booze and drugs problems.

The campmates – which also include MP Matt Hancock, Corrie star Sue Cleaver and radio icon Chris Moyles – have all undergone strict check-ups.

They were checked to see if they could withstand the stress of being sleep-deprived, the pressure of the team trials and being apart from their loved ones.