Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here contestants have said they wouldn't sign up to do the show in 'wet, cold Wales' over scorching hot Australia.

During today's installment of Good Morning Britain, I'm A Celeb 2007 winner Christopher Biggins appeared on the show to discuss the I'm A Celeb 'staycation'.

He admitted to GMB host and last year's I'm A Celeb contestant Kate Garraway that he isn't sure whether he would be able to take on the cold British weather.

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It comes after it was announced last week that the ITV reality TV show will be held in the UK this year due to the coronavirus pandemic causing border restrictions Down Under.

Since the show began in 2002, it has always been held Down Under, but instead ITV will bring the stars to a remote rural castle ruin in the UK.

Contestants will be also be playing to become King or Queen of the castle - instead of the jungle, with Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly, who have presented the show for 20 years, returning for the 2020 series.

While interviewing Christopher, Kate also agreed that she wouldn't have enjoyed taking part in the series as much herself if it hadn't been filmed in Oz.

Although Kate said she loves Wales, the presenter said she couldn't cope with the rain.

She said: "I love Wales, Wales would have been lovely, I definitely love Wales but I just think it's going to add an extra twist the cold and the wet.

"I remember one of the worst days was when there was a big rainstorm, when all the bedding got wet. It just made it really difficult...

"I don't think I would have enjoyed it very much. [Christopher] did you have storms?"

Christopher was in agreement he battle the cold weather every day.

He said: "Yes [there were storms] and it will be every night in Wales won't it?"

The star also confessed there wasn't the promise of the five-star Hotel Versace waiting for when the campmates were voted out.

"I'm not sure I could take the cold, and also is there a Hotel Versace nearby? I'm not sure there is in Wales.

"The only thing I think is very positive about it is that Ant and Dec will be back on TV for three weeks making us laugh and they will get a lot of laughs.

"I can see it now, icicles off the nose, shivering, I certainly wouldn't want to be in it this year."