More celebs to face the jungle.MANY people will be delighted to see famous faces perched in precarious positions or forced to endure unsavoury ordeals in the Australian jungle.
Ant and Dec will be introducing highlights of the fun, fights and flirtations - and, of course, the allimportant Bushtucker Trials. Surely there can be few people left who don't know the programme's premise, but for those who are still in the dark, its aim has been to raise funds for charity by sending actors, singers, models, TV presenters and writers - or pretty much anyone who's made tabloid headlines - Down Under, to be observed 24-7 by carefully placed cameras.
Regardless of the decadence they may enjoy back home, in the jungle they'll be forced to earn their keep with chores, and have to survive on miniscule min·is·cule
Variant of minuscule.
Adj. 1. miniscule - very small; "a minuscule kitchen"; "a minuscule amount of rain fell"
minuscule rations of rice and beans Rice and beans, "arroz y habas" or "arroz con habichuelas" "arroz con frijoles" or similar in Spanish, "arroz e feijão" or "feijão com arroz", in Brazilian Portuguese, "du riz a pois/haricots" in French, and "diri ak pwa - except when one of them successfully wins much-needed extras with daring feats.
Ant and Dec In previous seasons we've had drama galore courtesy of the unforgiving setting and potpourri of personalities, and no doubt this year will be no different.
If you want to see more, flip over to ITV (1) See interactive TV.
(2) (iTV) The code name for Apple's video media hub (see Apple TV). 2 where Caroline Flack hosts I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here Now!
She'll be joined by Mr Swash himself, comedian Russell Kane and former contestant Janice Dickinson.
I'm a Celebrity... Get me out of Here! ITV1, tomorrow, 9pm