With the series moving to Wales this year as the coronavirus crisis nixed plans to go to New South Wales, Australia as usual, the presenters have been wandering around the Welsh wilderness trying to find camp in the comical adverts.
In the latest clip the Saturday Night Takeaway hosts stumble upon a red telephone booth and decide to see if Kiosk Kev will help them out.
Ant picks up the phone and chats to Kev, explaining they’re a bit lost.
After a brief, one-sided conversation, Dec asks Ant if he managed to get any assistance.
His co-star reveals that Kev asked them a multiple choice question, which he usually does on the show in order for camp mates to win a treat.
Ant, strong Aussie accent blaring out of his mouth, tells Dec: ‘He said “According to a recent survey what percentage of people stay in their pyjamas all day at the weekends?”‘
The options were 23% or 39% .
A fed up Dec storms off to continue their journey up a lonely hillside, but adds: ‘My gut says 23%’.
Kev, real name Mark Herlaar, is an Australian lime farmer who has experience with reality TV, but will I’m A Celeb get anyone in to replace him?
I’m A Celebrity 2020 will house the camp mates at Gwrych Castle, North Wales, when the show returns next month.
It was recently reported that the UK could be I’m A Celeb’s new home for the next two years in order to stay safe as the pandemic continues.
According to The Sun, show bosses are preparing ‘a plan B’ to base the show in Britain for 2022.
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