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‘I'm A Celebrity': Stars ‘On Stand-By For Evacuation' Following Severe Storms In Brisbane

29/11/2014 11:25 GMT | Updated 29/11/2014 11:59 GMT

The ‘I’m A Celebrity’ campers could be evacuated from the jungle if severe storms arrive, according to reports.

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The celebs have already sat through torrential rainstorms, which saw one of the challenges called off, and now it seems they could be forced to leave the jungle.

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The celebs could have to relocate

Unexpected storms have already hit Brisbane, which is just north of the jungle, with hailstones as big as golfballs causing damage to properties in the city.

The rain has already arrived in the camp and The Sun reports that the show’s bosses are prepared to move the celebs to a different area if the storms worsen.

A source tells the paper: “We are preparing for all eventualities.”

So far, the current series of ‘I’m A Celeb’ hasn’t been short on drama and in last night’s episode, fans saw the camp’s two teams go head-to-head for food won by Edwina Currie and Kendra Wilkinson.

While the weather is causing the producers to worry, Michael Buerk’s wife has revealed that she feels slightly concerned over her husband’s weight loss.

If they fail to win meals in the daily bushtucker trials, the celebs are given just 500 calories a day, made up solely of rice and beans.

While nobody has been voted out of the jungle, Gemma Collins and Craig Charles have both left.

GC quit, complaining that she was “starving” after just three days in the jungle, while Craig decided to leave after learning that his brother had died unexpectedly in the UK.

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