The secrets of I'm a Celebrity campsite

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The I’m A Celebrity camp features 34 cameras and 46 hidden microphones that will catch EVERYTHING the celebrities say and do – even if they ditch their personal mics.

ITV bosses have ensured that viewers won’t miss a moment, even if this year's batch of celebrities try to sneak off for a whisper in the bushes – thanks to lots of well-placed equipment.

In previous years, campmates have tried to have secret conversations by ditching their microphones or by heading under the famous waterfall, hoping their own voices will be drowned out.

But The Sun Online has revealed that the camp is fully covered, with a whopping 34 cameras to capture every moment – including 15 of which can see in the dark, so any sleeping bag swapping will be caught.

In total there are 107 cameras on site, so even if the stars fancy a private chat on the way to their trials – chances are a camera will catch it.

As always the footage will be perfectly packaged for our evening viewing, thanks to the 28 editing suites and this year producers have ensured they have more storage than ever before for all the footage.

The camp, which is based in the Australian rain forest, is 10,500 miles from Britain, and has been home to 166 celebrities since the first episode aired in August 2002.

Ten celebrities will join that number as they battle it out to be crowned either king or queen of the jungle.

Over the years only two couples have gone in- Vic Reeves and Nancy Sorrell and Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan, although a few more have come out – including Katie Price and Peter Andre to Amy Willerton and Joey Essex.

The famous faces have taken part in a total of 312 trials, and the infamous I’m A Celebrity….Get Me Out Of Here! bridge hangs at 19m at its highest point above the Jungle floor. Let's hope none of this year's hopefuls have a fear of heights!

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