I’m A Celeb fans spot major clue that the Welsh castle is secretly heated

I’m A Celeb fans spot major clue that the Welsh castle is secretly heated

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! viewers believe the new castle in Wales is heated after spotting the contestants wearing T-shirts during the show.

Throughout Wednesday's episode many of the 2020 campmates could be seen just wearing their branded blue T-shirts, despite seemingly being outdoors in the middle of November.

During the revamped group trial, new arrivals Ruthie Henshall and Russell Watson had to dress up as jesters before taking on a series of tasks as the original cast sat and watched.

Both of the newbies arrived in just T-shirts, sparking speculation online that bosses are secretly keeping the castle ruins warm but not letting on.

Taking to Twitter, one supporter wrote: "I am convinced that this castle has central heating.

"They are walking around in short sleeve T-shirt’s half the time #ImACeleb #imacelebrity."

Another added: "Do they have secret heating on in this castle? Everyone wearing T-shirt’s, it should be freezing. #ImACeleb"

A third continued: "They must have some heating system there for all of them to be sitting around in t-shirts! #ImACeleb"

A fourth chimed in: "Does that castle have heating? I'm dressed in more sitting in my living room.#ImACeleb"

A rep for ITV declined to add clarification simply stating: "We don't comment on Twitter speculation."

While it's not uncommon for celebs to wear T-shirts in previous series', temperatures are dramatically colder in Wales than Australia.

While the average temperature in Australia for November is between 20 and 24°C, Wales is a chilly 7.3°C.

Seemingly preparing for cold weather, I'm A Celeb bosses gave the camp uniform an overhaul for the UK.

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All contestants are now be given a red puffer gilet to keep them warm, which sports their name and voting number on the back.

Encouraged to layer up against the elements, they are also be given blue long tops and shirts to wear.

As well as newbies Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall, the class of 2020 includes; Team GB Olympic legend Mo Farah, Corrie's Beverley Callard, Radio 1 DJ Jordan North, EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer and Strictly Come Dancing professional AJ Pritchard.

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