I’m a Celebrity... Get me out of here! 2022: What the challenges would look like if set in Birmingham

Being one of the UK’s major cities, Birmingham can feel a bit like a jungle sometimes - but if I’m a Celebrity was really set in Birmingham, what would the challenges be?

I’m a Celebrity is back and better than ever - with an all-star cast of B-list celebs (and Matt Hancock for some reason) - but it has got us thinking, if there was a Birmingham version of I’m a Celeb, what would the challenges be?

At times just living in Birmingham can feel like some kind of Bush Tucker trial, so we asked our audience - ‘If there was a Brummie version of I’m a Celeb, the toughest challenge would be…’

Well we asked and you certainly answered. Here’s some of the best responses we got:

  • Suzy said: “Doing the entire 11 bus route twice.”
  • Ian wrote: Travelling on the number 6 bus!”
  • Ruby said: “Getting on a train home at New St between 5 and 6pm!”
  • Emma may not be in the Christmas mood just yet, she wrote: “Walking through the German Market!”
Mike Tindall MBE, Owen Warner, Olivia Attwood, Charlene White, Boy George, Chantelle Douglas, Sue Cleaver, Chris Moyles, Babatúndé Aléshé and Jill Scott MBE
  • Kirstie wrote: “Finding your way out of Grand Central.”
  • Travel certainly seems to be the theme here! Katie said: “Walking up New Street to Victoria Square it takes ages!!!”
  • Ruby says: “Getting a doctors appointment.” Anyone suffering from health issues will know this challenge all too well. Although it’s also a problem widespread across the country.
  • Marcus wrote: “Making your way home from dixie chicken on the stratford road on a saturday night.”
  • Susan said: “Negotiating Spaghetti Junction- in or out of the city!”