Ant and Dec tease five star luxury before meeting I’m A Celeb campmates

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With the launch of I’m A Celebrity now just days away, presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have teased a glimpse at the five star lifestyle they’ll be enjoying down under.

And it’s a lot more luxurious that what the celebrity campmates can be expecting.

The Geordie duo have been working with ITV to tease the latest series with a string of clips of them getting closer to Australia.

The latest ad sees the pals lost at sea before they are discovered by a passing cruise ship.



Ant and Dec have teased their final I’m A Celebrity advert before they meet the campmates



They joked about travelling in luxury – in scenes that reflected real life

“Can we use your toilet?” screams Dec.

The pair are then seen lying on the top deck dressed in bathrobes as they sail away to Australia.

The scenes have mirrored real life after Ant and Dec received the first class treatment all the way to Aus after jetting off from Heathrow Airport this week.

Dec was seen arriving with his wife Ali Astall and their daughter Isla.

They were later joined by the presenters of Extra Camp Joel Dommett and Emily Atack – who shared snaps of her quaffing champagne.



Emily Atack was travelling in style

The presenters are all put up in the lavish Palazzo Versace Hotel, where the newly evicted celebrities join them.

In previous years the Geordie presenters have revelled in teasing the hungry campmates about their expertly prepared cuisine and golfing facilities back at their digs.



They might have to put up with a little rain…

This week Danny Baker, who starred on the show in 2016, urged his pal Ian Wright to try and get kicked off first because ‘its a sweet dig’.

Danny had been the first to leave in his series and spent the rest of his time living in luxury.

He told The Daily Star: ‘If you’re going to come out of the Jungle then come out first. You’re going to have the time of your life.



Danny Baker was the first to leave I’m A Celeb in 2016


He advised Ian Wright to try and get kicked out first too

“It’s a sweet gig and I’ve had some sweet gigs. I’ve been to World Cups and had my life story made into films and stuff. The second best ever gig was the Jungle – it was tremendous…

“You’ll have a snake on your head, you look at the crew and they’re all laughing. You’re not on your own.”



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