I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

I’m A Celebrity bosses are reportedly set to ‘enforce two week quarantine’ for the contestants to make sure they do not suffer similar crisis to Strictly Come Dancing.  

Producers are reportedly going to create a bubble for the famous faces which will attempt to avoid rows over vaccinations and keep them safe once in the camp at Gwrych Castle in Wales.

A source told The Sun: ‘All of the celebrities will have to quarantine alone for a fortnight. Once this ends they will enter the camp, which is basically then their bubble for the whole series.’

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

Safe: I’m A Celebrity bosses are set to ‘enforce two week quarantine’ for the contestants to make sure they do not suffer similar crises to Strictly Come Dancing

The source went onto assure that there will be plenty of testing on site throughout filming to keep this year’s stars safe.

Continuing on, they also said that it will ensure that there won’t be a problem regarding anyone contracting the virus.  

They said: ‘ITV thinks this is the best case scenario and will stop any headaches surrounding Covid, which has been a nightmare for the BBC with Strictly.’ 

MailOnline has contacted an ITV representative for further comment. 

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

Measures: Producers are reportedly going to create a bubble for the famous faces which will attempt to keep them safe once in the camp, which is set to be at at Gwrych Castle in Wales

Strictly had difficulties at the start of the series because three professionals allegedly refused to the Covid vaccination, while Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden tested positive for the disease – forcing them to miss an episode. 

Last year, the show also enforced a self-isolation process for two weeks and also took place in Wales because of travel restrictions. 

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

They were also required the celebrities to wear proximity monitors which flashed and buzzed when they came too close to one another. 

Bosses also scaled down the production team, and had cameras set up already on-site so cameramen didn’t have to be on the set.  

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

Limitations: Last year, the show also enforced a self-isolation process for two weeks and also took place in Wales because of travel restrictions

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

Famous face: Rumoured to be in the line up for this year’s programme is former Eastenders actor Adam Woodyatt

Rumoured to be in the line up for this year’s programme is former Eastenders actor Adam Woodyatt. 

Also apparently set to join is journalist Richard Madeley who apparently signed a £200,000 contract with the reality show. 

A source told The Sun: ‘He’s a favourite with ITV execs. He’s brilliant off and on screen so it seemed as good a time as any to throw caution to the wind and eat animal bits.’ 

Dame Arlene Phillips has reportedly signed up to take part in this year’s series. 

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

New gig: Richard Madeley has reportedly signed up for this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

, I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘will ask this year’s stars to quarantine for two weeks before filming’, The Today News USA

Exciting: Dame Arlene Phillips has reportedly also signed up to take part in this year’s series (pictured this year)