I’m a celebrity hacker entering the castle as the show suffers a security breach

I’m A Celebrity has had a security breach as hackers gained access to Gwrych Castle.

The new series isn’t without drama so far, with Richard Madley first being taken to the hospital after a “funny turn” in camp and then forced to leave the show because he broke the show’s “Covid bubble” by leaving the scene. .

Ironically, the rest of the celebrities were then removed from the castle by the producers on Saturday, after the production base in Abergele was badly damaged when Arwen Wells was hit by storm.

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And it was on Saturday that the intruders somehow entered the castle grounds, taking possession of them I’m famous A spokesperson told The Sun: “Celebrities have never been in danger but chiefs are angry that someone would be too stupid to try and storm a medieval castle in the middle of a storm.”

“A security breach has been identified during Storm Arwen and the hackers have been removed from the site with immediate effect.”

The breakthrough occurred when I’m A Celebrity was taken off the air as a result of Storm Arwen, with live shows canceled on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday as production was running around the clock to get the ball rolling again.

Ant and December finally returned to host a live show again on Tuesday, admitting they and their bandmate had a “crazy few days,” and giving millions of viewers insight into the extent of the damage to the group.

At the time of writing, new camp captain and former Newcastle United midfielder David Ginola is the favorite to win, overtaking street champion Simon Gregson as the front-runner.

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