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I’m A Celebrity confirms when the final will air – and it’s just over ONE week away

I'M A Celebrity has confirmed when the final will air - and it's just over ONE week away.

The ITV reality show had to move to Wales this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and while it might feel for some like the series has only just started, the end is already in sight.

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The show began on Sunday November 15 and saw the likes of Shane Richie, Beverley Callard and Vernon Kay head to Gwyrch Castle in Wales.

One of the celebs will be crowned the first King or Queen of the Castle - as opposed to the jungle.

And that decision will be made in just over a week, as the final has been confirmed to air on Friday, December 4.

The finale will air at 9pm on ITV and the episode will be one hour and 35 minutes long.

Currently, the bookies favourite to win is DJ Jordan North with Ladbrokes giving him evens to win.

Following behind is Vernon at 10/3 and Giovanna Fletcher at 9/2.

Jessica O'Reilly of Ladbrokes said: "Vernon's odds have taken a dive in the right direction and it's now looking like a serious three-horse race for glory against Jordan and Giovanna."

Tonight's episode sees Shane and former EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer take on the Sickening Stalls trial.

The trailer for the trial saw Ant and Dec reveal the two celebs would be heading to a "medieval market".

Ant said: "We hope they've worked up a thirst" before Dec chipped in: "The bad news is, the drinks are on us."

Ant added: "They're going to need a cast iron stomach to survive the Sickening Stalls."

I'm a Celebrity continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

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