Christopher Biggins fears I’m A Celeb stars ‘could die from pneumonia in Wales’

Acting legend Christopher Biggins has told how he fears I'm A Celeb contestants' health might be at risk when the show starts filming in Wales next week.

The show is taking place in Gwrych Castle in North Wales later after ITV bosses decided against heading to normal filming location Australia due to the pandemic.

And Porridge star Christopher, who won the show in 2007, believes there is a chance contestants could catch pneumonia in Wales due to wet and cold weather there.

He told Daily Star Online in a Facebook live chat today (November 4): "It will be wonderful in Wales.

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"Ant and Dec are great presenters and will make it their own. They are wonderful.

"But please ITV heat up the castle, bring in a few heaters or people will die or pneumonia."

ITV has been contacted by Daily Star Online for comment about Christopher's remarks about the show.

The actor also said he wanted to see US President Donald Trump "eating b*****ks" on the show.

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He suggested Trump should sign up to the show now as the US election hangs on a knife edge.

Biggins said: "Donald thinks he has been in the jungle for four years

"He has done some amazing things in his TV career and I would love to see him in the jungle.

"I would love him and Her Majesty The Queen.

"I would like him to eat everything I had to eat. Kangaroo penis and b*****ks."

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Biggins also thinks Trump will think the show is below him despite his appearances on the US edition of The Apprentice.

He added: "The only thing he maybe would try and do after being President is to try and become king of this country.

"He only likes these big positions of power and grandeur. I think that is the next thing for him to be king of some other country."

Biggins also described the US election, which is seeing Trump battling it out with Joe Biden, as "terrifying".

He said: "It is terrifying what is going on in America.

"The fans you have for both Biden and Trump… it is unbelievable. Honestly they are maniacs.

"The women have guns in their bags and the men wear the guns on the outside, it is just terrifying."

Click here to watch the Facebook live chat with Christopher.

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