I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here’s stars are in for a rough ride when they arrive at Gwrych Castle this weekend – with torrential rain and gales expected.
Welsh weather reporter Ruth Dodson appeared on This Morning to give a forecast on what the stars can expect when they arrive in the old castle grounds, and let’s just say, it’s a far cry from the head of the Australian jungle.
Speaking to Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, she smiled as she said: ‘I think the best way of putting it is a wet, warm, welcome awaits our celebs.
‘The weather, well what can I say? It’s going to be, frankly, miserable. See, I’m smiling when I say it just to hide the pain, really.’
Showing a graph of the area surrounding Gwrych Castle, the area was quickly swamped with a wave of blue and green going over it – predicting ‘thundering downpours’.
‘Can you believe that the MET office are even looking at issuing a weather warning for strong winds?,’ she added.
‘It could be gale winds of over 50 miles an hour this weekend.
‘What can I say apart from sorry!,’ she laughed.
‘We’re obviously, we’re not doing on purpose here in Wales!’
The 10 celebrities will be making their debut on Sunday, and will be sleeping inside a freezing cold castle that is supposedly haunted.
With weather potentially dropping sub-zero temperatures, the team have been kitted out with thermals as they face challenges outside, with a campfire keeping them going.
In order to get any form of warm water, the team will have to use a pump to prime a system for half an hour, twice a day, and if they fail to keep it up they’ll have nothing.
All we can say to them is… good luck!
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here airs Sunday at 9pm on ITV.
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