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ITV I'm A Celeb viewers fuming over ad breaks on show as they threaten boycott

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I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here has been back on our screens for just two nights, but fans are already furious and threatening a boycott.

While the show itself has been full of entertainment, viewers at home are getting annoyed by the amount of advert breaks during the live show.

Fans have been flocking to social media to share their frustration at the ads, with one person even suggesting that the reality show should be moved from ITV to BBC.They said: “We need to get I’m a celeb on BBC, im so serious cuz these ads are getting ridiculous.” While another added: “So many AD breaks on this show puts me off watching it.

I’m seeing more ads than that actual people looool.” Someone else penned: “I'D LIKE SOME I'M A CELEB WITH THESE ADS.” A fourth person wrote: “It's literally im an advert get me out of here.” Another viewer asked: “How many ads??????” Despite the number of adverts, fans have been gripped to their screens as the campmates start to get used to life in the jungle, and living with one another.The camp is made up of some big names this year, including First Dates star Fred Sirieix and ex-politician Nigel Farage.

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