Wireless Studios make daily Jungle VIP podcast

A daily unofficial podcast reflecting what’s happening on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here is being produced by Wireless Studios.

Presented by Jamie East, Sun film critic and host of Reality Check and talkFILM podcasts, Wireless says Jungle VIP is the podcast for fans in need of their daily dose of behind-the-scenes commentary and gossip from the Celebrity Jungle.

Jamie will be joined by a line-up of ex-Jungle campmates, including Vicki Michelle, Annabel Giles and Danielle Lloyd to reveal what Jungle life is really like. They’ll be giving the inside story on everything from digesting the latest Bushtucker trial to whether there’s really a caravan round the back doing bacon sandwiches.

Jungle VIP launched with the start of the new series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here this week – and a new half-hour episode will be available every morning right up to the moment the new King or Queen of the Jungle is crowned on December 8.

Jamie says “My favourite three weeks are here and this time, I’m recording every thought, frustration and retch! I can’t wait to see what Holly and Dec put Noel and the gang through for the benefit of our entertainment – almost certainly his Deal or No Deal will be far more fun than the one we’re facing back home. I want to see them suffer, squirm and scream – BRING IT ON!”

Produced by Wireless Studios, the Jungle VIP podcast will be supported by The Sun as well as through online advertising and through the Wireless portfolio of independent local radio stations

Matt Hall, Wireless Head of On-demand Audio adds: “On-demand audio is an area of huge potential for Wireless and I’m a Celebrity is the perfect vehicle for us to develop a podcast format to add expert insight, timely analysis and immense fun to the Jungle experience.”

Former BBC Radio 1 breakfast presenter Noel Edmonds is expected to arrive in the jungle during the series but has not been confirmed by itv.

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