I'm A Celebrity's Vicky Pattison reckons this year's UK-based series will be "really hard" compared to when it typically takes place in Australia. "I do think they're going to find that really hard. Our aim is simple - to raise as much money as possible for charity with YOUR help. Father of Sky History star speaks out after channel stated he 'died in 1988', Great British Bake Off 2020: Matt Lucas finally digs out Little Britain legend, The Yorkshire Ripper true-crime drama coming to ITV from team behind Des. MORE: Meet the trekkers who helped raise over £50,000 for The Hygiene Bank, MORE: We see parents having to decide whether to heat the home, feed their family or buy hygiene products, MORE: All you need to know about The Hygiene Bank – our chosen charity for Metro.co.uk’s Lifeline campaign. Despite smashing her stint in the jungle, Vicky also revealed that she would ‘struggle’ to take part in the upcoming competition, and thinks the campmates will find it more difficult in the UK. This year sees the launch of our exciting new charity campaign: Metro.co.uk Lifeline. Interested in Digital Spy's weekly newsletter? ‘Obviously the nice part about it being in Australia is that it’s quite warm,’ she laughed. Sign up to get it sent straight to your inbox. Access this edition with a 1-month free trial, only on Apple News+. MORE: BTS are TikTok’s most-followed Korean stars as they smash 20 million followers, MORE: Joe Swash surprises Stacey Solomon with giant camper van – which she calls a ‘monstrosity’, I'm A Celebrity 2020 will go ahead despite new lockdown in Wales, Confused by 5G? Vicky Pattison has suggested I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Chatting about the new rules – while promoting her upcoming Instagram Live session with Black Tower wine next week – she praised ITV bosses for ‘rolling with the punches’. I think I would struggle, because you fire yourself up. won’t return to Australia until 2022. The careers that'll REALLY get you a nice car, Inside Lydia Bright's swanky trip away with Loretta and her sisters to Canterbury, MasterChef: The Professionals Is Moving To A New Channel. PUBLISHED: 16:10, Thu, Feb 15, 2018 | … Related: I'm a Celebrity's former winner Joe Swash shares views on new 2020 castle location. ‘I think it’s great that ITV and I’m A Celeb have managed to roll with the punches so effortlessly and come up with a new place to have it. Your support and the funds raised will help us in delivering that service.’. You get all excited that you’re going to be in the jungle shower, and in the famous camp. However, it seems that despite launching in the middle of lockdown, we underestimated just how generous our readers could be. I just think they're going to be in for a lot more sheep testicles. ‘Such support not only really bolstered our efforts to shine a light on why hygiene poverty matters in the UK, but also helped us raise an incredible windfall that will enable us to deliver hygiene products to many of those struggling financially and in need.’. Australia competitors, seeing as she had already won the UK version back in 2015. ‘The people behind the making of it are so creative, the people behind the trials are so incredible, it’s going to be exciting regardless of where they have it. Related: I'm a Celebrity's Ant and Dec tease "strong" line-up for the upcoming series, "Seeing celebs scream, seeing them test their mettle, watching people come out the other side of something difficult and feel really proud of themselves," she explained to Metro. "That feel good factor will still be there, no matter where it is. I'm a Celebrity will return later this year on ITV. ITV declined to comment when approached by Metro.co.uk. Connect with friends faster than ever with the new Facebook app. ‘That feel good factor will still be there, no matter where it is. In reference to it swapping a camp in the jungle for a castle in Wales, Pattison argued that "it doesn't matter where it is" because hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, as well as audiences seeing famous faces pushed to their limits, make it what it is anyway. Commenting is not currently available, but don’t worry! ‘Now it is going to be really different, but on the plus side, they’re the first to ever do this, they’re paving the way for something new. While we’ll be sad to say goodbye to our friends at The Hygiene Bank now this year’s campaign has officially come to a finish, we’ll still very much continue to support the charity’s brilliant work, including news of their upcoming Christmas project in the next few weeks. 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So, armed with the knowledge that there have been over three million new claims for Universal Credit since March this year, while the Trussell Trust food bank network reported an 81% year-on year increase for emergency food parcels in April, it was clear that a lot of people need The Hygiene Bank’s help desperately. I just think they’re going to be in for a lot more sheep testicles.’. According to the charity, long before someone goes to a food bank they stop buying toiletries. Edgar Penollar, CEO of The Hygiene Bank, added: ‘We would like to express our deepest thanks for the funds that have been raised in support of The Hygiene Bank. When is the 2020 US election and will it go forward as planned? Following a sunrise start on Saturday in September, over 50 people, including celebrity supporters Charlie Webster, Vicky Pattison and Meg Mathews, spent the day taking on 10 of London’s hidden ‘peaks’, organised by Charity Challenge. 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The campaign was in support of grassroots charity, The Hygiene Bank, which coordinates donations and distribution of much needed hygiene products such as shower gel, nappies and toothpaste, to families and people in desperate need – and as the pandemic took hold we were faced with some stark facts. You get all excited that you're going to be in the jungle shower, and in the famous camp," she said. I think I think I would struggle, because you fire yourself up. For 2020 we have chosen to support The Hygiene Bank, a vital charity that helps distribute hygiene products for those most in need. ‘I’ve got some friends in Australia, and they said Australia is not opening its borders until 2022. Bullying, eating disorders and death, the dark side of a decade of Instagram, I’m A Celebrity 2020 'at risk' as Wales hit by new lockdown rules, I'm A Celebrity won't return to Australia until 2022, Vicky Pattison suggests, ‘We are all desperately aware that there are more and more of us who will be falling into poverty especially due to the impact of the pandemic, and as a result there will be a significant increase in the demand for the services of our charity. ‘So I do think they’re going to find that really hard. It's going to be exciting. ‘I can’t imagine in November, December in the Valleys there’s that much opportunity for sunbathing. And Vicky Pattison, who entered the South African jungle earlier this … I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here will air on ITV later this year. But on the plus side, they're the first to ever do this, they're paving the way for something new. We’ll have a new commenting experience online soon. There were blisters galore by the end, but it was more than worth it as our final fundraising tally has just come in and we have raised a whopping £62, 561! video. It’s just going to add another dynamic to it. If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you. 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