The stars will be divided into two groups as they compete for the keys to the castle to decide who will stay in the main camp with food and a bed, and who will be sent to the “Castle Clink” and receive rations. basic.
Show co-host Ant McPartlin warns contestants: “This year is going to be more difficult than ever, all the celebrities will face grueling challenges on their way to the castle.”
Broadcaster Louise Minchin will take on Emmerdale star Danny Miller, while radio DJ Snoochie Shy will take on music producer Naughty Boy as they all attempt to step on a plank of wood 213 feet in the air overhead. ‘a quarry lake.
The two winners of this challenge will have the opportunity to choose two celebrities from the other group to join their team.
The other group then has to fight in pairs, with choreographer Dame Arlene Phillips and former footballer David Ginola, and Olympic diver Matty Lee and Paralympic gold champion Kadeena Cox have teamed up.
The celebrities will try to work together to unlock two boxes of flares, but they will be limited by the “hell holes” they have to put their arms through.
All famous faces will later congregate in the “Turrets of Terror”, a three-level structure positioned in front of Gwrych Castle, where the first trial in the series will be held.
Broadcaster Richard Madeley and singer Frankie Bridge are chosen as the first celebrities to participate in the trial following a public vote, and the winning team is allowed to choose who will represent them.
Madeley and Bridge will have to fight to get to the top of the turrets in order to retrieve their castle gate key, but they will face locked doors and “castle creatures” along the way.
The flagship series returns to Gwrych Castle near Abergele in North Wales for a second year due to coronavirus travel restrictions, preventing filming at its usual location in the Australian jungle.
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