Inside I’m A Celebrity quarantine as fans countdown until show launches

The new series on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here starts next week and this year's celebs have headed into isolation ahead of the launch.

Fans have been eagerly awaiting the iconic reality TV show, but until then, stars are offering behind-the-scenes snapshots of their isolation while they ensure they're Covid free.

DJ Locksmith and Snoochie Shy have revealed an insight into their quarantine accommodation before entering Gwrych Castle on November 21st.

DJ Locksmith who's real name is Leon Rolle, 34, from drum and bass group Rudimental is a reserve celeb for 2021's series in case someone has to drop out.

Taking to social media to answer fans' questions he revealed he was taking part in the well-known reality show.

The fan asked: "Are you in isolation for I'm A Celebrity?"

Dressed in a cowboy hat and dancing, the star shared a video of himself joking: "No, just finding myself."

Due to Covid, the show will take place in Wales again instead of inside the treacherous jungle in Australia.

The celebs are expected to isolate for two weeks prior to the series which looks a lot more luxurious than what they will be faced within the castle.

The producer shared glimpses of the cottage he is staying in which featured a high ceiling, wooden beams and brick walls.

DJ Locksmith has also posted snaps of himself working out in the open plan living room where he has weights and a treadmill.

Snoochie Shy's quarantine location looks more modern with white walls and cute pictures on the walls.

The 29-year-old DJ posed next to a painting of two horses laughing.

ITV producers have tried their best to keep this year's celebs a secret but The Sun revealed that footballing legend David Ginola was spotted being chauffeur driven to a cottage in Anglesey to self-isolate.

2020's contestant Vernon Kay also quarantined at the Angelsey cottage last year before heading into the castle.

The rest of the crew for the show stayed at the Golden Sands Holiday Park in Rhyl, North Wales, which is just 15 minutes away from the castle.

It is reported that hosts, Ant and Dec, stayed at Bodysgallen Hall near Llandudno while filming iconic series.

The hotel has a luxurious spa and for "added privacy" gave the pair a separate garden.

The location isn't quite what they were used to when filming Down Under.

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