Amazing I’m A Celebrity… facts
If you thought I’m A Celebrity… was all about spoilt celebs and beastly Trials, you'd be right. But we’re about to throw some numbers into the equation as well.
We’ve scoured the east coast of Australia to bring you some jaw-dropping jungle figures. Take a look at our fun I’m A Celebrity… statistics.
- An impressive 23 per cent of Australia’s reptile species make their home around – and inside – the I’m A Celebrity... camp.
- The bridges which connect the camp with the rest of the world hang at a stomach-turning 50ft above the jungle floor.
- 11 generators are used to power the entire site…
- …Which isn’t surprising considering the crew alone get through 8,500 meals made up of 3,000 eggs, 400kg of potatoes, 300kg of steak and 100kg of ice cream per series.
- 30 PortaKabins house £3 million worth of technological equipment. While 14 edit suites work around the clock to produce the ITV1 show.
- A huge amount of cables are required – enough for half a mile of suspension bridges. Throw into the mix four miles of rope, five miles of steel cabling and 60 tons of scaffolding and you’ve got quite a lot more stuff than you’d find in Dad’s garden shed.
- Two satellites send the programme 10,500 miles to Britain ready to be transmitted.
- One happy camper watches at home while enjoying a nice cup of tea on the sofa. That’s you, in case you hadn’t noticed!