Vicky Pattison, Joe Swash, Stacey Solomon and Chris Ramsey will host the brand new spin-off show for the ITV reality competition "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!" when it returns in late 2016.
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I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp - I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK TV series) - Netflix
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (often shortened to I'm a Celebrity or I'm a Celeb) is a British survival reality television game show, first aired on 25 August 2002, in which celebrities live in jungle conditions with few creature comforts. The show has been hosted by Ant & Dec since its inception and served as the inspiration for a franchise of the same name. It is filmed in Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia and broadcast on ITV in the United Kingdom. In the Republic of Ireland, TV3 began simulcasts at the beginning of series 3 in 2004. The series moved to their sister channel 3e for series 12, 13 and 14. The series moved to UTV Ireland in 2015 for series 15. The show has been contracted to air until at least 2019, taking it to at least 19 series.
I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp - Controversies - Netflix
ITV apologised in 2006 after confusion over the instructions for telephone and red-button interactive voting led to allegations in the media that the wrong person had been evicted in the run-off vote in Series 6 between Toby Anstis and Dean Gaffney. The show was forced to enhance its procedures after Ofcom found that after complaints, on 23 November 2006 episode, the show had breached Rule 1.16 of the Broadcasting Code for airing bad language before the watershed. 30 November 2006 episode was ruled to have breached Rule 2.2 of the Broadcasting Code after an investigation launched as part of the wider UK television public voting controversy. Due to late running, seven percent of phone and text votes for that episode of the show were not counted, although this did not affect the result. Sarah Matravers blamed the show for the breakdown of her relationship with contestant Marc Bannerman after he flirted with Cerys Matthews in Series 7. Matthews and Bannerman later alleged the show footage had been edited by ITV to look like more than it was. Former Sex Pistols manager, Malcolm McLaren, who was due to appear on Series 7 but pulled out at the last minute, alleged that the show and the choice of winner was fixed, and the trials posed no real danger. He alleged that the show doctor told him that “'Things are so safe, I would send my own kids in to do the show'. There is nothing bad in there. They're hoodwinking the public”. ITV apologised in 2009 for not having properly advised the contestants in Series 9 of the relevant Australian legislation regarding animal cruelty. Gino D'Acampo and Stuart Manning were charged by New South Wales Police after RSPCA Australia complained over their killing and eating of a rat during the show. In 2012, the decision by Nadine Dorries to enter the show was the source of criticism, which led to her suspension from the Conservative Party due to allegations she did not seek permission from the party whip Andrew Mitchell, resulting in an inquiry by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards. The fifteenth series saw Ferne McCann eat a live water spider as part of a bushtucker trial. Ofcom reportedly received 694 complaints from the public over allegations of 'animal cruelty for entertainment'. ITV also received a further 500 complaints. In January 2016, it was revealed no further action would be taken. Ant was accused of racism following a joke during the show aimed at the Australian crew, which saw Ant joke that they get “paid in...” following a word that was construed by many viewers as “abos” an offensive term for Aboriginal Australians. A spokesperson later responded, stating that Ant had actually said “Avo's which is short for avocados”. Viewers regularly complained that camp mate Iain Lee was the subject of bullying and isolation from other camp mates during the seventeenth series, and there were concerns raised as to the adverse affect this could have on his mental health. There have been calls for Rebekah Vardy to be cut as a mental health ambassador, due to her alleged role in the 'bullying'. On the ITV show Good Morning Britain the day after her eviction, she defended herself for remarks she made about Iain in Extra Camp, the ITV2 spin-off series stating that she was she “under pressure”, and that they were taken out of context. After his eviction from the camp, Dennis Wise also claimed on Good Morning Britain that he and Iain were on friendly terms, and insisted that ITV would not allow bullying on the show. He latter accused of show of 'editing him' to look like a bully. Following his third place eviction, Iain directly addressed his relationship those accused of 'picking on him', stating that he has “loves them” and that there's “no beef between [them]”. He also addressed claims that he had a “game plan”, stating that he was just being himself.
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