I’M A Celebrity fans are convinced there is a central heating system blasting away in the drafty castle to keep its stars warm.
Many think the celebs are more toasty than they’re letting on after spotting them lounging around the set in nothing but T-shirts.
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One tweeted: “I am convinced that this castle has central heating. They are walking around in short sleeve T-shirt’s half the time.”
Another pointed out the unusual choice of clothing given temperatures in North Wales hit a low of around six degrees at this time of year.
They wrote: “Do they have secret heating on in this castle? Everyone wearing T-shirt’s, it should be freezing.”
Another laughed: “Does that castle have heating? I’m dressed in more sitting in my living room.”
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Suspicions were aroused on Wednesday night when the stars were shown strolling into the trial area in just T-shirts – despite it being the dead of night.
Vernon Kay, Jessica Plummer, Jordan North and co were seen sitting back in their seats in the summery outfits.
The uniforms had been drastically redesigned so the show can be filmed in Wales rather than sizzling Austraia.
Lightweight shirts and vests were out, and chunky red gilets and raincoats were in – though stars including Vernon and Jordan still wore bandanas like they were in the tropics.
What is Gwyrch Castle?
THE 19th-century country house is located near Abergele in Conwy, County Borough, North Wales.
Gwrych Castle was built between 1810 and 1825 by Lloyd Hesketh Bamford-Hesketh.
The castle played an important tole in World War II, as the Government used it to house 200 Jewish refugees.
It also served as the training grounds for English World Middleweight boxing champion Randolph Turpin in the early 1950s.
Gwrych Castle became known as “The Showpiece of Wales” and over the years has attracted many visitors.
The ruins are said to be haunted by the ghost of the previous owner, the Countess of Dundonald.
The Woman in White, as the locals know her as, is said to be angry that her husband stripped the castle of her valuables and sold them.
The show, won last year by Jacqueline Jossa, has also lost its Australian themes, including the Dingo Dollar challenge, which is now known as the Castle Coin challenge.
Castle bosses confirmed the place is still without heat, tweeting last month: “I’m a Celebrity have not installed electric or water.”
A crowdfunding page has been set up to “bring light back to Gwrych Castle for the first time since the 1980s”.