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ITV I’m a Celebrity: Viewers complain there’s one ‘horrific’ thing about this year’s show


Classic ITV show I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here returned to our screens last night (Sunday, November 21).

The popular show has already grabbed the attention of viewers up and down the country who can’t wait to watch much-loved celebrities face their fears in Bushtucker Trials.

The I’m a Celeb lineup is always a star-studded affair full of pop stars, soap actors and even a paralympian.

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However, a number of viewers of tonight’s first episode have the same complaint about the ITV show.

Whilst fans were pleased that the show had returned, some were disgruntled about the number of adverts they have to sit through.

One viewer said: “With ITV comes breaks every 2 minutes #ImACeleb”



I’m a Celeb has returned to our screens with Ant and Dec at the helm

A number of viewers had the same thought: “Seem to be watching more adverts on itv than I’m a celeb”

“These i’m a celeb adverts are horrific,” another viewer said.

Love Island star Molly Mae Hague was among the viewers to voice her view on Twitter: “The amount of adverts throughout I’m a celeb…”



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