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ITV: Where is the Daily Drop filmed? New I'm A Celebrity show's filming location revealed!

New I’m A Celebrity gossip incoming. The Daily Drop is the new partner show that will fill all of your I’m A Celeb cravings. Where is the ITV show the Daily Drop filmed? Keep reading to find out.

The filming of everyone’s favourite ITV show has been moved from Australia to Wales. However, we are sure the 20th anniversary year is going to have lots of twists and turns in store for us!

Where is the new ITV show the Daily Drop filmed?

The new host Vick Hope shared an Instagram post prior to the show airing. She wrote: “one week til you join me in my foliage-filled turret for all your extra juice!

Although the post suggests that Hope will be within the castle walls in Wales, this is not the case. A statement has been made by ITV that the show will be “hosted by Vick Hope from a virtual studio. The show will give fans an extra opportunity to delve deeper into the action from Camp, hear lively opinions and debates and get all the latest gossip.

Although it is not clear exactly where this virtual studio is, it’s set to be an action-packed show. A star-studded panel will return to comment on the day’s events.

Vick Hope’s Instagram stories may have given away the filming location for The Daily Drop as she shared a photo of herself eating lunch from Here East, London and looking over the Daily Drop script. This could mean that the show is being filmed at the ITV Studios in London.

Vick Hope has said: “I’m so excited to be hosting I’m A Celebrity…The Daily Drop on ITV Hub. I’m A Celeb is such a brilliant show, loved by so many, and exactly what we all need right now. I’m very grateful to get to be a part of the stellar team behind it and can’t wait to see what this series has in store!

Screenshot: Vick Hope Instagram

Where is I’m A Celebrity going to be held this year?

Instead of sunny Australia the show has moved to Gwrych Castle, Abergele, in North Wales. The castle is a grade I listed, 19th Century county house and will be open to the public next year for visits.

The castle gives off massive creepy medieval vibes and we are sure this is going to be a haunting and terrifying season.

Ant and Dec will host the series live from Gwrych Castle each night. Don’t worry! Celebrities will still have to battle their way through trials in order to feed their fellow campmates.

This series looks like it’s going to be the most unpredictable yet. Bring on the trials!



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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.