I’m A Celeb’s Vernon Kay says ‘one of us could die’ ahead of scary first trial
TV presenter Vernon Kay has joked that this year's I'm A Celeb is so gruelling not all the celebs will make it out alive.
The BBC host, 46, added that the first challenge would make great TV if someone died.
Speaking to the group before they started abseiling dow a cliff edge as part of their first task, Vernon joked “It’s going to be good, it’s exciting, one of us could die which makes great telly."
Looking nervous, fellow celeb Giovanna Fletcher then read out a scroll which laid out the challenge facing the campmates.
In order to complete the task, celebs had to abseil down the cliff and stop at sacks padlocked to the cliff face.
They then had to correctly answer a question about one of their co-starts to unlock the sack.
In a brutal twist, if any of the celebs failed to collect their rucksack they have to go without for the first time in camp.
When it came to take on the task, Vernon was paired up with Beverley Callard who was at the bottom of the cliff helping to guide him down.
After lowing himself to the his rucksack, the star as asked two questions about Victoria Derbyshire and Hollie Arnold.
Luckily he correctly manage to get the answers right on his second attempt.
This year's edition of I'm A Celeb is being held in Wales due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
Bosses have splashed the cash transforming the ruins of Gwrych castle into a camp for the celebs.
Daily Star Online previously revealed how the show has been given a Game Of Thrones style makeover.
Instead of a jungle shower, celebs will be able to wash in large rusty bath.
In order to get a proper scrub down someone needs to pump the water while a second needs to stoke the fire to keep the water warm.
While many of the areas are open to the elements, the sleeping quarters are covered over to protect stars from the rain.
This year 12 celebs will enter the castle on Sunday night.
The official line up is;Team GB Olympic legend Mo Farah, Corrie's Beverley Callard, Radio 1 DJ Jordan North, EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer, Strictly's AJ Pritchard, presenter Vernon Kay, author Giovanna Fletcher, West End star Ruthie Henshall and EastEnders Shane Richie.
Paralympian Hollie Arnold, Victoria Derbyshire and tenor Russell Watson complete the initial 2020 line-up.
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