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Who'll Win?I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here
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Who would have thought that I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here would be the televisual success that it has been or indeed would still be attracting contestants to pit their wits against the harsh circumstances of the Australian Outback? Although the hosts Ant and Dec have won the Best Presenters National Television Award on a staggering twelve occasions, which of course helps in the success of any programme, it is the excruciating bush tucker trials that have become the hook for the viewers and won awards for the show in its entirety. Gauging who'll win this series is fraught with as many obstacles as the celebrities.
Every autumn ten to twelve individuals with varying degrees of fame and fortune agree to share a camp fire environment for three weeks in tropical Australia and know that their only chance of eating anything other than rice and beans is to face their fears in a gruelling series of bushtucker challenges.
Attracting sportsmen and women, actors ,presenters, entertainers and even politicians gaugeing who'll win this competition is a real task . As ever personality and personability is key in sharing this claustrophobic world , as it is in Big Brother, but the fears that the bushtucker trials challenge are sometimes so engrained that egos whether celebrity or not, buckle under the pressure. The public who vote for their favourites, whilst clearly a little sadistic in their desire to see well known names flail like anyone else, will reward those who at least show a willingness to face their fears even if they fail.
The winner has never been a fearless, hard nosed Tarzan or Jane, but an individual willing to support others in the camp, prepared to do their share of cleaning and cooking and at least open to trying to conquer their fears.
This show often dominates the red tops when its in full flow, its daily broadcast fuelling UK TV audiences as the winter unravels, perhaps its is refreshing that as nights are lengthening at home, those celebrities enjoying the Antipodean weather are at least experiencing some hardship. Don't forget to check out all the latest Odds to see how your favourite is faring well with all the leading bokmakers.
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