IT’S nearly that time again as the 19th edition of I’m A Celebrity: Get Me Out Of Here! will come to an end this Sunday (December 8).
That’s not all as we are usually treated to the coming out show, one final dose of one of ITV’s most popular reality shows, but when will be able to see it?
Harry with wife Sandra after winning I’m A Celeb last year
When is the coming out show on TV?
The I’m A Celebrity: Coming Out Show will air on Thursday 12th December, just four days after the I’m A Celeb final.
It be broadcast on the show’s usual channel of ITV 1 at a slightly later time of 9.55pm.
The final episode of I’m A Celebrity this year will last for approximately 55 minutes-1 hour.
Holly Willoughby presented I’m A Celeb with Dec last year
What is the I’m A Celebrity coming out show about?
The coming out show gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what happens when the celebrities leave the jungle and return to paradise.
We also see the celebs’ nearest and dearest arrive in the jungle and they share their thoughts on how they think they’ve coped in the jungle.
Usually, once a celeb leaves the camp, they will make a brief appearance on I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp to talk about their experiences on the show before heading off to the hotel with their friends and family.
The celebs receive a warm and rapturous welcome from the hotel guests before kicking back and relaxing in their luxurious rooms and tuck into some glorious food while catching up with the latest stories in the press.
Once all the celebrities have left the jungle and arrived at the hotel, they all get together for the wrap party and celebrate with food, music and drinks as they reminisce on their time in the jungle.
When is the I’m A Celebrity final?
The final will take place on December 8.
Last year’s edition of I’m A Celeb was won by football managerHarry Redknapp, with 2019 Extra Camp presenter Emily Atack in second and actorJohn Barrowman finishing third.
Fans fell in love with Harry’s wit and charm, and the stories he would tell about his beloved wifeSandra, who he had an emotional reunion with in the jungle.
Who will be crowned the king or queen of the jungle this year? Tune in Sunday night from 9-10.35pm on ITV 1 to find out!