I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans could be in for a dramatic couple of days on the show.
According to The Mirror, extreme weather in Queensland have cause warnings across the country.
It is believed ITV bosses are ready to evacuate the cast and crew of I’m A Celebrity should the raging bush fires continue.
The publication notes how 200 wildfires have swept across the region.
One is as close as 60km north of the camp in which the 2018 celebrities are staying.
The base in Murwillumbah is on the border of Queensland and New South Wales and is thought to be at high risk should the dangerous weather continue.
A show source told Express.co.uk: “We speak to the fire services regularly and we are also monitoring the bushfires today in Oxenford and Wongawallan.”
An insider added to The Mirror: “There is no immediate danger but the safety and the welfare of our cast and crew is our number one concern, and so we will continue to watch how the fires develop.
“We are really hoping they don’t get any closer to camp.”
In Queensland, homes have been ruined by the fires and 8,000 residents have been evacuated from their homes.
The Bureau of Meteorology have placed the Queensland fires as “catastrophic” -the first time it has ever been used there.
It is believed ITV have “emergency procedures” in place anyway for the unpredictable jungle weather.
The I’m A Celebrity camp has been evacuated – in sorts – before.
Back in 2015, bosses advised the celebrities to take shelter in the Bush Telegraph as their main camp was hit by lightning and torrential rain.
Last night on I’m A Celebrity, Anne Hegerty took on the Bushtucker Trial.
The Chase star took on the Hellish Hospital where she came across all types of gross critters and challenges.
Anne, 60, performed well in the trial and bagged an impressive seven stars.
Holly Willoughby praised: “Well, you didn’t bottle it at all, you got in there and through most of the rooms and got stars.”
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues this evening on ITV at 9pm.