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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here camp terrorised by noisy crows

OHMYGOSSIP — The ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ camp is being terrorised by crows.
Campmates and crew on the ITV reality series – which is being filmed in Gwrych Castle, North Wales, this year instead of Australia, due to the coronavirus pandemic – have found themselves at war with the birds, who reportedly keep dive-bombing the camp as they’re not used to having people occupying the usually empty building.
A source said: “The birds are like something out of a horror film. It’s like they’re watching the celebs and crew, then when they’re in sight they swoop on them.
“There’s been some near misses as they’ve dive-bombed on the cast while out in the courtyard.
“It’s not just the crows, but seagulls too. They’re making life difficult for everyone and probably just want their castle back.”
To make matters worse, the crows – which are collectively known as a murder – keep crowing at dawn, which wakes the campmates up after just a few hours of sleep.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, the insider added: “Because of the filming times this year, with the trial and dinner happening in the middle of the night, the celebs are often not going to bed until 3am.
“The crows then start up again around 6am meaning they’re woken up after just a few hours sleep.
“There’s a few bleary eyed celebrities in the castle right now.”
The news comes as the latest headache for producers of the show, after they recently had to battle against stormy weather conditions, which usually aren’t a problem in the warmer climate in Australia.
Earlier this month, the camp was being battered by 50mph winds.
Another show source explained at the time: “We knew it could be wet, but hadn’t really planned for anything like this.
“The crew don’t even want to leave their cabins. It’s completely bleak and we’re having to step up our contingency plans.
“Now, if things start to become too much to cope with, there is a place off camera where they can temporarily move the celebrities if filming just becomes impossible.”  

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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