Huge platform constructed at quarry in Wales sparks Im A Celeb trial rumours

A massive bungee platform has appeared over a quarry in Wales, leading I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here fans to speculate that it will be part of the upcoming ITV series.

The huge platform was seen being built at the Alexandra Quarry near Penyffridd, outside Caernarfon, this week with two platforms stretching over the sheer cliff edge.

With the new series set to start on November 21 there are now rumours that the structure will feature in the big opening episode, reports North Wales Live.

Previous seasons have seen celebrities made to walk out on a plank, constructed along the top of a skyscraper, and wait at the edge before being allowed to return to solid ground.

Other contestants are often tasked with skydiving into camp.

In the last series, the first filmed in North Wales rather than Australia, the opening episode saw the celebrities being dropped off by helicopter in Anglesey, before they were tasked with abseiling down a cliff at the Flagstaff Quarry.

The structure built at Alexandra Quarry has sparked suggestions that some form of perilous drop will return at the start of the upcoming series.

It also appears that the planks are in two parts, with speculation that this could be to drop the celebrities from the structure while attached to a bungee chord.

Coronavirus rules mean that the show will be back in North Wales for a second time this year, with Gwrych Castle once again picked to host the celebrities.

Crews have been busy constructing the site since the castle's closure on September 5.

Several celebrities are already heavily rumoured to be appearing in the show, with Rudimental star DJ Locksmith reportedly isolating in a North Wales cottage.

Soap stars Simon Gregson, Adam Woodyatt and Danny Miller, along with ex-footballer David Ginola and Olympian Matty Lee, are also rumoured to be heading in.

The Saturdays star Frankie Bridge is currently favourite to become the new queen of the castle.

I'm A Celebrity 2021 will officially kick off at 9pm on Sunday November 21 on ITV.

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