I'm A Celebrity will not be moving location despite the forest fire which is spreading throughout Australia.
Fans of the show have been showing concern as the forest fire is getting close to the I'm A Celebrity campground in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales.
An ITV spokesperson has had a report from the NSW fire brigade who has said there is no need for concern although fires have a law of their own and it has been said that if winds change direction the fire will be in a collision course with the camp.
The Forest that is used in I'm A Celebrity is a banana plantation which the producers pay £7 million to turn it into a film set so there will be some very worried executives if the fire makes it's way closer to the camp it is said that there are firefighters trying to tackle this fire to prevent it from spreading.
Bush fires are very common in this area as 200 were spreading in November of last year while there were celebrities in the jungle but this was sorted quickly and the filming was unaffected.
The camp has only been evacuated once in the past in 2015 due to a heavy storm which caused the bosses to evacuate the location.