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How long is I’m A Celebrity on for and when is the final? Here’s what we know…
I’m A Celebrity is finally back on our screens, with the stars currently living in a castle in Wales.
But while the show might look a little different this year, viewers have still seen the celebs get stuck into a whole load of disgusting Bushtucker trials.
But with social distancing measures in place, how long will the show last, and when is the final? Find out everything…
The I'm A Celebrity final is expected to take place on Friday, December 4 at 9pm on ITV this year.
The show usually runs for three weeks, but this series has been cut short due to pandemic, and will only run for 19 days.
During the finale, the King or Queen of the Castle will be announced, instead of the King or Queen of the jungle – a tradition that normally takes place in the Australian jungle.
There is no prize money for the winner of I'm A Celeb, but the celebs get paid a hefty fee to appear on the show.
Vernon Kay is reportedly being paid £250,000, with an insider telling the Mirror: “Everyone’s so pleased to have Vernon on board, he’s a lovely guy, full of down-to-earth northern charm and perfect for the show.”
Meanwhile, EastEnders' Jessica Plummer is said to be getting £75,000 and Coronation Street's Beverley Callard £125,000.
I'm A Celebrity starts on November 15, 2020 on ITV and will air every night at 9pm for around three weeks.
It was revealed in January 2020 that spin-off show Extra Camp will not be returning due to high costs.