I’M A Celeb bosses have made incorporated a big trial twist for this weekend’s finale.
This Sunday one of the remaining six celebrities will be crowned king or queen of the jungle.
Radio DJ Chris Moyles, Lioness Jill Scott, rugby ace Mike Tindall, comedian Seann Walsh, Hollyoaks star Owen Warner and former Health Secretary Matt Hancock are currently battling it out to for the top spot.
Each year fans get excited to see the last four take part in the legendary Cyclone challenge, which is later followed by the final three take part in a Bushtucker Trial each to win meals for their last supper.
For the first time in history, they will be present for each other’s final challenges.
“The trials in this year’s finale show will be the most competitive and dramatic ever,” a source said.
“They are hard enough doing them to win a course for the final meal in camp, but now they will have the added pressure of looking their fellow campmates in the eyes as they try to win stars.
“On top of that in the final some people will be thinking about the prospect of being king or queen, so they’ll be watching knowing if the person is doing well or looking good they could be watching the moment someone else wins the series.
“It will add pressure but also be fascinating to see the body language of the trio.
“I wouldn’t want to go last waiting around and then having all the pressure on you to finish off the job.”
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As always, one of the final Trials will be an eating trial.
They will also make speeches about their time in the jungle.
It comes after The SUn exclusively revealed the show has been hit by a Covid outbreak just days before the final on Sunday.
Bosses on the ITV show have ramped up safety measures, which include wearing masks around the camp at all times, after two members of staff tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week.
An insider said: “Everyone is on high alert given it is so close to the end of the series.
“The producers have grand plans to make the final bigger than ever so no one is seen without a mask and there have been loads more people queueing up to get themselves tested on site.
“The team also closed down the night shift tent which sells snacks and drinks to the crew in order to give it a deep clean.
“Safety is paramount on a show of this scale and bosses are sure that the strict measures they have in place will mean that the final will still go ahead as planned.”
A show spokesman added: “We can confirm a couple of production team members have tested positive for coronavirus.”