The twentieth series of I'm a Celebrity.....Get Me Out Of Here! debuted last night on ITV.

The long-running hit reality TV series has swapped Australia for North Wales due to Coronavirus pandemic restrictions.

Gwrych Castle, near Abergele, was chosen as an alternative location but as viewers will be aware after watching last night's opening episode, programme makers are showcasing other landmarks in the region.

Celebrities including Shane Richie, Vernon Kay, and Sir Mo Farah as part of an opening challenge took part in a nail-biting cliff abseil near Penmon on the south-east tip of Anglesey.

The celebrities at the top of the cliff were paired with a celebrity at the bottom of the cliff and they had to work together to abseil down the cliff and retrieve the rucksacks.

In true I’m A Celebrity style it wouldn’t be simple, the rucksacks were padlocked to the cliff and to unlock them they need to answer questions about their fellow campmates.

Any celebrity who failed to unlock their rucksack wouldn’t have their kit for the first night.