Former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here campmate Pat Sharp thinks the show could move to a different location every year.
ITV bosses were forced to make some drastic changes to the show this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead of filming in the Australian jungle, the campmates will be staying at a castle in Wales.
Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on Monday’s This Morning, Pat spoke about his new book as well as all things I’m A Celeb.
‘Well, I think the best thing about this year, is that it’s going to be different,’ he began.
‘You hosted it and Phil has been there on holiday, so has watched it behind-the-scenes and I’ve been on it, so we have all got a different perspective on it.
‘But I think it being in Wales will lead for perhaps for them changing it every year now, I have a feeling it’s going to be more exciting.’
‘The most exciting thing about this year is for the friends and family being able to go up the M4 on a National Express coach and stay at the Holiday Inn,’ he added.
Pat appeared on I’m A Celeb in 2011 and featured along the likes of Mark Wright and Dougie from McFly.
This year’s full line-up was revealed on Sunday’s I’m a Celebrity… A Jungle Story.
This star-studded cast includes the likes of podcaster Giovanna Fletcher, Sir Mo Farah, Vernon Kay, Beverley Callard and Shane Ritchie.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here returns on Sunday.
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