I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! may be swapping Australia for North Wales but the countries finest comedian, Rob Brydon, has ruled out a stint on the show.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and lockdown restrictions across the globe, bosses at ITV were forced to make the decision to transfer the show across the world, creating a new camp.
This means that the famous camp could have become home to some of Wales biggest names, but one star has vowed to never make an appearance.
Gavin and Stacey actor Rob, 55, insisted that he would rather protect his dignity than munch on an animals body part during an infamous Bushtucker Trial.
When asked by Digital Spy if he would ever don the famous khaki jungle attire, Brydon said: "No, no thank you. I don't know [why I wouldn't say yes]. Dignity, I suppose."
The dad-of-five added: "It's not for me. If I don't get enough sleep, I'm not at my best. No, no, no, no."
I'm A Celebrity was recently thrown into doubt after Wales announced they would be entering a stricter lockdown period, closing the country off.
The new rules mean that only those working in Wales can enter the country via the boarders with Chester and the M4 bridge.
However, as the reality show is classed as a place of work – celebrities and the crew working on the show will be allowed to travel to Gwrych Castle in Abergele.
A statement released via the official Twitter account for the castle read: "Following the announcement today from the First Minister,
"The overriding message is that filming can continue in Wales providing related activity cannot be undertaken from home, and there is full compliance with Welsh law.
"We cannot wait to see I'm A Celebrity on our screens!"
Ensuring that they adhere to the two-metre social distancing guidelines, each person working on the show will be wearing a proximity monitor that will buzz if they come within two metres of another individual.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! returns to ITV next month
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