I’m A Celebrity has only been back on screens for two nights and it’s already been thrown into chaos thanks to a secret message to campmate Danny Miller
Now a plane flying over Castle Gwrych in Wales, carrying a message to Emmerdale actor Danny, was spotted today (December 2).
What did the secret message to I’m A Celebrity star Danny say?
Earlier today, an aircraft was snapped flying over the castle.
Attached to its tail was a huge banner reading: “Danny Miller to win I’m A Celebrity.”
It rounded up the message saying: “Love from Pufalump”, which is thought to mean it’s come from Danny’s family and friends back home.
A show source told the Mirror: “It seemed like the idea was to fly over the castle in the hope Danny or a contestant would see it and pass on the message to boost his morale.
“It will also have flown over some towns in North Wales which won’t do his chances of becoming King of the Castle any harm either.”
Sadly, it seems that Danny might not have seen the message. This is because the celebrities were reportedly inside the castle when it flew overhead.
Contact with the outside is a rule break
Show fans know it’s against the rules for contestants to have contact with the outside world.
I’m A Celebrity was off air for three nights over the weekend. This was due to Storm Arwen wreaking havoc on the show’s production base.
As a result, live broadcasts were cancelled on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, and the celebrities returned to their pre-show isolation cottages.
And, when they went back to their cottages, the stars were without phones or internet. This is to ensure they stuck to the rules.
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