I'm A Celebrity 2018: John Barrowman teases rule break – did you see it happen?

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2018 has catapulted ten celebrities into the Australian Jungle and after the first night in camp, contestant John Barrowman MBE has apparently already broken a rule.

The actor and all round entertainer previously joked how he would make a headache for the ITV producers, everytime he sang a song, due to them having to get credits and rights.

Speaking to Digital Spy in jest, John said: “I discussed this with them [the producers], because I like to sing and I may burst out into song.

“But then they’ll have to get the rights for the song and that’s expensive.

“Darling, the songs I sing won’t be cheap ones. I might sing a few of my own to get some residual payments in the bag!” He laughed and joked.

ITV confirmed to Express.co.uk he wouldn’t be breaking any rules by singing songs.

Tonight John along with his other campmates at Croc Creek sang I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside by Mark Sheridan.

Last night, during the task to win Snake Rock’s luxury items John also sang another tune.

At the end of tonight’s instalment, John was chosen by the public to take part in the third Bushtucker Trial.

Viewers will see him attempt the Scary Rose, a shipwrecked boat involving going under water to retrieve the stars.

It comes after Anne Hegerty took on the second Bushtucker Trial.

She was caged into stone boxes and challenged with unlocking stars out of clear boxes.

She managed to retrieve two gold stars before calling: “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!”

However, the two seperated camps were reunited tonight and all ten celebrities now live in Croc Creek.

This year’s series is hosted by Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly.

It comes after an interesting fact which explained how the celebrity who took part in the first Bushtucker Trial has won the last two series.

Emily Atack competed in Viper Pit and managed to secure nine stars.

Could she be onto winning this year’s series?

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2018 airs at 9pm on ITV.


Personal items

The celebrities wear jungle uniforms with snazzy red trousers and matching khaki shirts. But did you know they’re only allowed three pairs of underwear?

Of the few personal items allowed in camp, the stars can bring three sets of underwear and three sets of swimwear – everything else is provided.

Practice run

While it may look like a brand, spanking new camp each year it’s believed a handful of people stay in the camp ahead of the celebs’ arrival to check everything works correctly.

Fire – tick.

Dunny – tick.

Food stop

When the going gets tough, the campmates are given just beans and rice to survive on.

Despite this, you’ll be shocked at the sheer quantities of food they get through. In series 13 they got through 15kg bacon, 540 eggs, 7kg muesli, 70kg potatoes, 80kg beef, 60kg chicken, 50kg pork, 20kg fish, 3kg ham, 2kg salami, and 4kg burger patties.

Ant’s birthday

The Geordie BFFs celebrate Ant’s birthday in the jungle ever year. The Scorpio – born on 18 November – has celebrated his birthday Down Under every year since 2004.

This year will be the first not in the jungle for Ant.

Other countries

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here is so popular other countries have taken on the programme as their own. Germany, France, India, Sweden, and Hungary to name just a few have all got their own version.

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