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‘It’ll get worse!’ I’m A Celebrity camp invaded by more snakes than usual

OHMYGOSSIP — The ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ camp has been invaded by venomous snakes.
According to the programme’s Health and Safety Officer Jeremy Douglas, more serpents then usual have headed to the ITV show’s set in Australia this year, because the weather Down Under has been “so humid”.
Jeremy told The Sun newspaper: “We have had a lot of snakes on the site this year, possibly because it has been so humid.
“We have had pythons, and non-venomous and venomous species.
“You get small eyed snakes and brown tree snakes predominantly.”
Executive producer Laura Woolf confirmed there has already been 15 snake sightings, but admitted it will “get worse” when the 10 celebrities enter the jungle this weekend, because they tend to leave food around.
She added to the publication: “We’ve had 15 snake sightings across the site and then we’ve had to identify some venomous ones in camp.
“It gets worse when the celebs come in because they leave food everywhere. It’s like they don’t realise they’re living in a jungle!”
News of the increase in serpents in the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ jungle could be particularly terrifying for actress and singer Jamie Lynn Spears.
Speaking about her fears ahead of heading to the jungle, the 32-year-old star – the sister of Britney Spears – said: “Everything you’ve just mentioned (snakes, rats, heights) I am scared of.
“I am absolutely frightened of all of these things.”
As well as slippery serpents, Jamie will be joined in the jungle by former UKIP party leader Nigel Farage, who also isn’t a fan of snakes.
He recently said: “Nobody likes rats, and snakes.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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