I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (Australian TV series)

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I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
I'm a Celebrity - Australian version.jpg
Genre
Created byGranada Television (now part of ITV Studios)
Based onI'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Directed byAlex Mavroidakis
Presented byChris Brown
Julia Morris
Country of originAustralia
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes149 (as of 17 February 2019)
Production
Executive producer(s)Stephen Tate
Lara Hopkins
Beth Hart
Karen Dewey
Ben Ulm
Peter Abbot
Production location(s)Kruger National Park, South Africa
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Production company(s)ITV Studios Australia
Release
Original networkNetwork 10
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatStereo
Original release1 February 2015 –
present
External links
Website
Production website

I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (occasionally shortened to I'm a Celebrity) is an Australian reality television series on Network 10 which is based on the British television show of the same name.[1] The series aired mainly on Network 10 and 10 HD. The series sees celebrities living in the jungle with few creature comforts, and competing in various challenges to earn meals and other luxuries. The celebrities compete for $100,000 to be donated to their chosen charity. The series is set in Kruger National Park, South Africa,[2][3] and is hosted by Julia Morris and Chris Brown.[4]

On 16 July 2015 the series was renewed for a second season,[5] which premiered on 31 January 2016.[6] The second season was accompanied by the companion series I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Now! (similar to the original British series). It aired on Eleven (now 10 Peach) following each episode of the main series, hosted by comedian and former season one contestant Joel Creasey and The Bachelor Australia 3 contestant Heather Maltman.[7] I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Now! did not air after the main show in later seasons due to low viewing rates. On 1 August 2016 the series was renewed for a third season with Morris and Brown returning as hosts,[8] which premiered on 29 January 2017. A fourth season commenced on 28 January 2018 and concluded 12 March 2018.

A fifth season was announced and premiered 13 January 2019. The show is airing over a four week period instead of a regular six week period like previous seasons.[9] In addition to the normal show, an hour-long companion series called I'm A Celebrity: 'Saturday Schoolies' aired on Saturdays at 7 pm, hosted by Scott Tweedie, and involved the celebrities completing different tasks and assignments in order to win the 'golden lunchbox'. On 7 February 2019, it was confirmed the show would return for a sixth season.[10][11]

Format[edit]

The premise of the show is that there is a group of well known personalities living together in a specially constructed camp site in a jungle. During their time in the jungle they are isolated from the outside world and are not commonly aware of outside events. The contestants compete for $100,000 to be donated to a charity of their choosing, in addition to being personally reimbursed for their participation.[12] While in the jungle, some of the contestants (generally voted by the viewing public) compete in challenges for food and luxuries for the camp. These challenges often involve local wildlife and are meant to take the contestants out of their comfort zone. Each week one or more of the contestants are evicted from the jungle, based on viewer votes. In addition, if the contestants become overwhelmed by their situation they can leave the series by speaking the phrase "I'm a celebrity get me out of here!". However, it is reported that if contestants do quit they will have their income for participating in the series markedly reduced.[13] Throughout the show, additional contestants (called "intruders") enter the competition; and beginning with season two, some contestants are only included temporarily (i.e. having a guest appearance).[14] In the end, a final viewer vote occurs to determine the winner of the series, who is given the title of "King or Queen of the Jungle".

Bush tucker trials[edit]

The contestants take part in daily trials to earn food. These trials aim to test both physical and mental abilities. The winner is usually determined by the number of stars collected during the trial, with each star representing a meal earned by the winning contestant for their camp mates.

The Sunday Slam[edit]

In Season 5 the Sunday Slam was introduced,[15] in which every Sunday a celebrity would have to complete a large and hilarious obstacle course. These courses were sometimes completed 'head-to-head' against another celebrity who was in another team. If the celebrity completed the course they would win a 'slam' of meals for their celebrities and if they didn't they would go away with very little food or nothing. The new tucker trial was split into two main parts - The Course and The Slammer. The time spend on the gauntlet determined how steep the Slammer would be. The There were a number of challenges in the obstacle course, including a slippery slide, an 'electric forest', a spinning turntable, the twin spinning logs, a 'mole hole', a 'feathering' chamber and the 'boulder dash'.[15]

Celebrity chest challenges[edit]

Any number of celebrities are chosen to take part in the celebrity chest challenge to win luxuries for camp. Each challenge involves completing a task to win a chest to take back to camp. However, to win the luxury item in the chest, the campmates must correctly answer a question. If they fail to answer correctly, the luxury item is forfeited and a joke prize is won. The luxury item is "donated" by a celebrity from the outside.

Secret mission[edit]

This is a challenge where some celebrities have to take part without alerting the other celebrities - if they are successful in their 'missions', they are rewarded.

Mystery box[edit]

A mystery box sees a box delivered to the campsite, each time containing a different gift for the contestants.

Immunity Challenges[edit]

In Season 5 immunity challenges were introduced for the first time ever.[15] These challenges were harder than the Bush Tucker Trials and the celebrity that won the challenge couldn't be voted out of the jungle by the public.

Broadcast[edit]

The show is broadcast Sunday to Thursday at 7.30 pm, with a weekly eviction show on Sunday (except for the first week, where the celebrities arrive in the 'jungle'). All shows are presented by Julia Morris & Chris Brown from a nearby studio. The program is live to AEDT States (New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory), in other states the program is delayed to accommodate local time zones.

The fallout zone[edit]

In addition to the television broadcast, for the first season a live feed from the camp site aired for an hour after the AEDT airing of the show on Ten's website and mobile app, titled The Fallout Zone but more commonly referred to as FOZ. The content of feed was available on the website after the fact so viewers in other states could watch the show after their airing of the main show. The feed was hosted by comedian Sam Mac and producer Ciaran "The Butcher" Flannery, also known as "The C-Word". On 8 and 12 March 2015, producer Dominic "The Domin8or" Sullivan filled in during Flannery's absence. The duo interact with viewers through Twitter, using the hashtag #FOZ. Mac and Flannery have no control over the shots used in the stream which has resulted in one episode featuring a 20-minute shot of a waterfall and, on 16 February 2015, a 15-minute conversation featuring a sound technician looking for Bob being picked up. On 5 March 2015 the show famously featured audio problems during which Mac and Flannery's voices fluctuated between chipmunk and Darth Vader filters for the first thirty minutes. The show's theme song is Highway to the Fallout Zone sung by Sam Mac. The show did not return for the second season.

Saturday Schoolies[edit]

In addition to the main broadcast, season 5 also has a show hosted by Scott Tweedie which is aired on Network Ten on Saturdays at 7:00 pm called I'm A Celebrity: 'Saturday Schoolies'.[15][16] The show involves all of the celebrities in the jungle and is described as a 'jungle detention'. Tweedie will give assignments, in the form of 'fun' games, to the celebrities which will push all of the celebrities to their limits. The show will be filmed in camp and the celebrities will be completing their tasks for the 'golden lunchbox', which had a number of school snacks inside including an apple, dried mango, a muesli bar, biscuits, chips, chicken, a cheese & lettuce sandwich as well as juice.[17]

Public voting[edit]

Throughout the show the public votes on who competes in the following tucker trial and who to evict from the campsite. Viewers can either vote via SMS (by texting the name of the celebrity to 1995 1010) or vote via Social Media (namely Facebook or Twitter) by using the celebrity's hashtag (#celeb[name]). Voting via social media is limited to 20 votes per account. For tucker trial voting, viewers vote for celebrity they wish to compete. For eviction voting, viewers vote for a celebrity to stay. Voting closes at approximately 7:30pm AEDT for Sunday's eviction vote and at approximately 8pm AEDT for voting on other days.

Prior to the premiere of the second season, it was announced that the voting process would change slightly compared to the inaugural season. SMS voting was used for both trial and eviction voting while Twitter voting was used exclusively for trial voting. This change was implemented to even the playing field between celebrities with a larger international fan base (who are more likely to receive Twitter votes from said fan base) and celebrities with a smaller fan base who are only known in Australia.[18] However, this decision was later reversed, allowing Twitter and Facebook votes for the finals.[19]

Series overview[edit]

Winners crowned King or Queen of their respective year.

Key:

     King of the Jungle
     Queen of the Jungle
Season Start date End date Days in camp Campmates Honour places
Winner Second place Third place
1 1 February 2015 (2015-02-01) 15 March 2015 (2015-03-15) 45 14 Andrew Flintoff Barry Hall Chrissie Swan
2 31 January 2016 (2016-01-31) 13 March 2016 (2016-03-13) 45 12 Brendan Fevola Paul Harragon Laurina Fleure
3 29 January 2017 (2017-01-29) 13 March 2017 (2017-03-13) 46 14 Casey Donovan Dane Swan Natalie Bassingthwaighte
4 28 January 2018 (2018-01-28) 12 March 2018 (2018-03-12) 45 15 Fiona O'Loughlin Shannon Noll Danny Green
5 13 January 2019 (2019-01-13) 17 February 2019 (2019-02-17) 33 14 Richard Reid Yvie Jones Shane Crawford

Series results[edit]

Key
     Winner – King or Queen of the Jungle
     Runner-up
     Third place
     Late arrival
     Evicted
     Withdrew

Season 1 (2015)[edit]

Celebrity Known for Day Entered Day Exited Result
United Kingdom Andrew Flintoff England Cricket Legend 17 45 Winner
Australia Barry Hall Former AFL Star 1 45 Runner-up
Australia Chrissie Swan Television Personality 1 45 Third Place
United States Maureen McCormick TV Icon (The Brady Bunch) 1 42 Eliminated 11th
Australia Joel Creasey Comedian 1 41 Eliminated 10th
Australia Anna Heinrich The Bachelor Australia Star 10 41 Eliminated 9th
Australia Julie Goodwin Chef 17 40 Eliminated 8th
Australia Merv Hughes Cricket Legend 1 39 Eliminated 7th
Australia Tyson Mayr Model 1 38 Eliminated 6th
Australia Andrew Daddo TV Presenter 1 31 Eliminated 5th
Australia Lauren Brant Entertainer (Hi-5) 1 24 Eliminated 4th
Australia Laura Dundovic Miss Universe Australia 2008 1 17 Eliminated 3rd
Australia Tim Robards The Bachelor Australia Star 10 17 Eliminated 2nd
Australia Leisel Jones Olympic Swimmer 1 10 Eliminated 1st

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

Celebrity Known for Day Entered Day Exited Result
Australia Brendan Fevola AFL Star 1 45 Winner
Australia Paul Harragon NRL Star 1 45 Runner-up
Australia Laurina Fleure The Bachelor Australia 2 Star 1 45 Third Place
Australia Anthony Callea Pop Star 1 42 Eliminated 9th
Australia Shane Warne Cricket Legend 2 41 Eliminated 8th
Australia Havana Brown DJ 1 40 Eliminated 7th
Australia Jo Beth Taylor Entertainment Icon 1 39 Eliminated 6th
Australia Val Lehman Actress 1 38 Eliminated 5th
South Africa Dean Geyer Actor & Singer 1 31 Eliminated 4th
United Kingdom Bonnie Lythgoe International Dancer 1 24 Eliminated 3rd
Australia Akmal Saleh Comedian 1 17 Eliminated 2nd
Australia Courtney Hancock Ironwoman 1 10 Eliminated 1st

Season 3 (2017)[edit]

Celebrity Known for Day Entered Day Exited Result
Australia Casey Donovan Singer (Australian Idol Winner) 1 46 Winner
Australia Dane Swan AFL Legend 1 46 Runner-Up
Australia Natalie Bassingthwaighte Singer & Actress 1 46 Third Place
Australia Nazeem Hussain Comedian 1 45 Eliminated 11th
Australia Steve Price Radio Shock Jock 1 42 Eliminated 10th
Australia Lisa Curry Olympic Swimmer 1 41 Eliminated 9th
Australia Ash Pollard My Kitchen Rules Star 1 40 Eliminated 8th
United States Carson Kressley TV Personality 25 39 Eliminated 7th
Australia Tegan Martin Beauty Queen 1 38 Eliminated 6th
Australia Keira Maguire The Bachelor Australia 4 Star 19 35 Eliminated 5th
United Kingdom Kris Smith TV Personality & Model 2 35 Eliminated 4th
Australia Tziporah Malkah Former Model 2 31 Eliminated 3rd
New Zealand Jay Laga'aia Actor & Singer 1 24 Eliminated 2nd
United States Tom Arnold Hollywood Actor 1 17 Eliminated 1st

Season 4 (2018)[edit]

Celebrity Known for Day Entered Day Exited Result
Australia Fiona O'Loughlin Comedian 1 45 Winner
Australia Shannon Noll Singer 1 45 Runner-up
Australia Danny Green Boxer 7 45 Third place
United Kingdom Vicky Pattison Reality TV Star (I'm a Celeb UK winner) 17 44 Eliminated 10th
Australia Simone Holtznagel Model 1 41 Eliminated 9th
Australia Peter Rowsthorn Actor & Comedian 1 40 Eliminated 8th
Australia Jackie Gillies Psychic & Reality TV Star 1 39 Eliminated 7th
Australia Josh Gibson AFL Player 1 38 Eliminated 6th
United Kingdom Paul Burrell Former Royal Butler (I'm a Celeb UK runner up) 17 37 Eliminated 5th
Australia Lisa Oldfield Reality TV Star 24 34 Eliminated 4th
Australia David Oldfield Former Politician 24 30 Eliminated 3rd
Australia Kerry Armstrong Actress 1 23 Eliminated 2nd
United States Tiffany Darwish Singer 1 16 Eliminated 1st
Australia Anthony Mundine Boxer 2 12 Withdrew
Australia Bernard Tomic Tennis Player 1 3 Withdrew

Season 5 (2019)[edit]

     Campers (Team Red)
     Caretakers (Team Blue)
     Intruder who entered after contestants were merged
Celebrity Known for Day Entered Day Exited Result
United States Richard Reid Former Today Gossip Correspondent 1 33 Winner
Australia Yvie Jones Former Gogglebox Australia Star 3 33 Runner-Up
Australia Shane Crawford Brownlow Medallist & Former AFL Footy Show Host 10 33 Third Place
Australia Luke Jacobz TV Presenter 1 32 Eliminated 11th
Australia Angie Kent Former Gogglebox Australia Star 3 32 Eliminated 10th
Australia Justin Lacko Model/Love Island Australia Star 1 31 Eliminated 9th
Australia Natasha Exelby Journalist 1 30 Eliminated 8th
Australia Justine Schofield Former MasterChef Australia Star, Host of Everyday Gourmet 1 27 Eliminated 7th
Australia Tahir Bilgiç Comedian 1 26 Eliminated 6th
Australia Dermott Brereton AFL Legend 1 25 Eliminated 5th
United States Katherine Kelly Lang The Bold and The Beautiful Actress 17 24 Eliminated 4th
Australia Jacqui Lambie Former Politician 1 23 Eliminated 3rd
Australia Sam Dastyari Former Politician 1 16 Eliminated 2nd
Australia Ajay Rochester TV Presenter 1 11 Eliminated 1st

Notes[edit]

  • ^1 Throughout the series the contestants were given the opportunity, through challenges, to swap teams. On Day 6 the contestants played a game called 'Escape Fartists' which allowed Luke, Richard and Angie to move onto the Red team, in exchange for Jacqui, Sam and Yvie's positions. Consequently placing them these three celebrities on the Blue team.
  • ^2 The Grand Final was recorded on Wednesday 13 February (Day 33), but due to scheduling channel 10 aired the episodes on the following Sunday 17 February.

Season 6 (2020)[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Season Episodes Premiere Finale Source
Premiere date Premiere viewers
(Opening Night)
Rank Premiere viewers
(Welcome to the Jungle)
Rank Finale date Finale viewers
(Grand final)
Rank Finale viewers
(Winner announced)
Rank
1 31 1 February 2015 (2015-02-01) 1.199 4 1.136 5 15 March 2015 (2015-03-15) 0.999 8 1.144 3 [20][21]
2 31 31 January 2016 (2016-01-31) 1.324 3 1.081 5 13 March 2016 (2016-03-13) 0.719 8 0.858 6 [22][23]
3 32 29 January 2017 (2017-01-29) 1.103 7 0.963 8 13 March 2017 0.989 6 1.056 2 [24][25]
4 31 28 January 2018 (2018-01-28) 1.274 4 1.108 5 12 March 2018 0.684 11 0.804 8 [26][27]
5 24 + 4 13 January 2019 (2019-01-13) 1.098 1 1.014 2 17 February 2019 0.684 7 0.894 5 [28][29]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipients and nominees Result Refs.
2016 Logie Awards of 2016 Best Reality Program I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Nominated [30]
2017 Logie Awards of 2017 Best Reality Program I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Nominated [31]
2018 Logie Awards of 2018 Most Popular Reality Program I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Nominated [32]
2019 Logie Awards of 2019 Most Popular Reality Program I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Nominated [33]
Most Popular Presenter Julia Morris Nominated [34]

Lawsuit[edit]

In June 2017, Tom Arnold filed a lawsuit against Network Ten and A List Entertainment for defrauding him for being on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!. Arnold claims that he was promised a payment of $425,000 and a comedy tour in Australia, however he was missing $140,000 in payment and that Network Ten backed out of the comedy tour.[35]

See also[edit]

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