Due to Melbourne and other Australian cities shutting down, and state-wide restrictions because of a second wave of coronavirus, ITV has decided to relocate this year's 'I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here' to a council estate in the Gorbals.
"We were looking for somewhere that would provide the same levels of danger and entertainment, and thought that the crackheads of Glasgow would be perfect," presenter Ant McPartlin OBE told us.
Declan Donnely OBE added, "We've got some real snowflake celebs lined up this year, and they're going to be wishing they were knee-deep in Redback Spiders after the first twenty-four hours."
"In addition to the currently circulating Covid virus, we've adapted the Jungle Challenges to reflect the surroundings," Dec told us. "For example, 'Is It A Cold Or Is It Hep B?' will be one where celebrities are asked to prick themselves with used needles."
"One of my favourites is where celebs are asked to snort lines of white powder. Some of it's proper Bolivian Marching Powder, and some of it's Ajax. Then they've got to sit round in a circle and try to remember who they are."
I'm A Celebrity starts in November.