ANT and Dec used studio magic to go skydiving as they recorded an advert for the new series of I’m A Celebrity.

The TV duo fooled around in harnesses suspended from ropes as they imitated the terrifying parachute jump the show’s celebs face at the start of every series.

Click News and MediaAnt and Dec used studio magic to go skydiving as they recorded an advert for the new series of I’m A Celebrity[/caption]

Click News and MediaThe duo imitated the terrifying parachute jump the show’s celebs face at the start of every series[/caption]

Click News and MediaIt was the first time Dec, 46, was seen since the funeral of his brother, Father Dermott Donnelly, 55, last month[/caption]

Meanwhile, the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here chopper was branded with an Australian flag — confirming the series would finally return to the jungle Down Under.

It relocated to Gwrych Castle in Wales for two years amid coronavirus travel restrictions.

Filming for the latest promo took place at White Waltham Airfield, in Maidenhead, Berks, and saw the pair pretend to plunge from 10,000ft into the Australian wilderness.

Elsewhere, a box of kangaroo testicles was spotted on set as ITV producers geared up for the return of the grisly Bushtucker Trials.

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It was the first public sighting of Dec, 46, since the funeral of his brother, Father Dermott Donnelly, 55, last month.

Despite traditionally airing in November, I’m a Celebrity is rumoured to be returning to screens earlier this year to avoid clashing with the football World Cup in Qatar in late November and December.

A source said: “Two of ITV’s biggest juggernauts are I’m a Celeb and international football. It makes sense to keep them apart.”

I’m A Celeb fans will also have a double dose of the action as an All Stars series — filmed in South Africa — is expected to air in 2023. Ex-Corrie star Helen Flanagan, 32, former Countdown numbers whiz Carol Vorderman, 61, and Diversity’s Jordan Banjo, 29, have already signed up.


Click News and MediaThe pair pretended to plunge from 10,000 feet into the Australian wilderness[/caption]

Click News and MediaElsewhere, a box of kangaroo testicles was spotted on set as ITV producers gear up for the return of the grisly Bushtucker Trials[/caption]

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