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I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! 

British reality series presented by Ant and Dec in which 12 celebrities are abandoned in the Australian jungle. In order to earn food, they must perform Bushtucker Trials which challenge them physically and mentally.
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Declan Donnelly ...  Self - Presenter / ... 361 episodes, 2002-2020
Anthony McPartlin ...  Self - Presenter / ... 336 episodes, 2002-2020
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British reality series presented by Ant and Dec in which 12 celebrities are abandoned in the Australian jungle. In order to earn food, they must perform Bushtucker Trials which challenge them physically and mentally.

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Series winners: Tony Blackburn (series 1), Phil Tufnell (series 2), Kerry Katona (series 3), Joe Pasquale (series 4), Carol Thatcher (series 5), Matt Willis (series 6), Christopher Biggins (series 7), Joe Swash (series 8), Gino D'Acampo (series 9), Stacey Solomon (series 10), Dougie Poynter (series 11), Charlie Brooks (series 12), Kian Egan (series 13), Carl Fogarty (series 14), Vicky Pattison (series 15), Scarlett Moffatt (series 16), Georgia Toffolo (series 17), Harry Redknapp (series 18) See more »

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have the good times gone?
22 November 2019 | by gilleliathSee all my reviews

The godfather of celebrity reality shows returns, and it still gets the best billing (prime time ITV) because it's the funniest, and most fun. There's another 'so what' set of celebs, but - like Strictly - the show has shown it can handle that. The secret to its success is everybody's favourite Hiberno-Geordies, Ant and Dec.

You might have expected the show to feel refreshed, then, after Ant (or Dec)'s hiatus last year; but personally I think something has gone that won't return. Maybe his mugging is now genuinely more desperate and cynical; maybe the unwanted insight into his private life just makes it seem that way. But where Dec (or Ant) still manages to convince with the cheeky schoolboy act they've been doing since PJ and Duncan, on the other side of the platform his partner (whichever one it is) is starting to seem just a little bit creepy.

That matters because good nature is the show's keynote; yes it makes people look daft but it never humiliates them, and it's usually the good natured that win it. Admittedly, the days of Jordan and Our Kerry, who had long if troubled careers off the back of it, seem to be over. The TV world has realised that there isn't much it can do with these people after they have thus refreshed their fame; few have any talent except being themselves; at best, they go on to co-host one of I'm A Celeb's own spin-off shows. And now Charlotte thingy has been dropped from Saturday Night Takeaway: Ant and Dec, how could you?


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