I'm A Celeb's Myles Stephenson says he wouldn't have signed up for this year's show because it'll be '10 times harder'

MYLES Stephenson has admitted that he wouldn't have signed up for this year's series of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! because it will be "10 times harder" in Wales.

The 29-year-old singer appeared on last year's instalment of the show – when it was filmed in the sunny Australian jungle.

There was a mini reunion for the cast of 2019 on today's Good Morning Britain, with Myles joining fellow I'm A Celeb alumni Kate Garraway and Roman Kemp ahead of the new series launch on Sunday.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, filming has been relocated to spooky Gwrych Castle in Wales for the first time in the ITV reality show's history.

Myles and Roman both believe that the Aussie sunshine was a key factor in getting them through the gruelling challenges – and while DJ Roman is keen to return to the show, his former campmate was more reluctant.

When asked how he felt about the new series kicking off, the Rak-Su hunk laughed: "I'm pretty jealous to be honest, I think it's going to be a brilliant watch because it's not in Australia anymore and I think the trials are going to be 10 times harder.


"Everything's going to be amplified – I am definitely jealous but I wouldn't want to go back in."

Kate asked if he would have signed up for the show if it'd been in Wales, and Myles confessed: "I'm not too sure, it's cold. It's cold in Wales.

"It's nothing like a great trip in Oz… But it's a once in a lifetime opportunity, especially it being in Wales.


"Because it's going to be different it's going to be harder."

Roman agreed: "It's going to be horrible! For it to be cold and dark, it'll be miserable – which will make great viewing for us, but it'll be very tough.

"We will have actually had it quite easy in comparison to this lot because there are days where you're not doing anything, you're maybe a bit bored, and the sunshine gets you through it."

Kate agreed: "You can have a laugh in the sunshine!"

Although the change of location has proven off-putting for some, ITV bosses still managed to secure some huge names for this year's I'm A Celeb.

Shane Richie, Sir Mo Farah, Beverley Callard, and Vernon Kay are among the celebs to be battling it out to be crowned King or Queen of the Castle.

The new series kicks off this Sunday at 9pm, with Ant and Dec returning to host as usual.

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