I’m A Celebrity may be forced to move as ‘bush infernos’ rips through Australia

I'm A Celeb could be forced to move location because of bush fires tearing through Oz.

Fears have been growing that the burning bush fire could consume the snake-infested jungle which is located on Australia's east coast.

Firefighters have been struggling to extinguish the flames of the fireball blazing near the £7million camp, in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales.

Hundreds of people have abandoned their homes as the fires continue to scorch Australia.

New South Wales' fire service revealed there were 42 fires ripped through the sunny country on Tuesday.

Police Commissioner for neighbouring Queensland Katarina Carroll said: "The consequences of some of these fires are dire.

"People can die. Buildings and residents are being destroyed."

I'm A Celeb bosses have been in close contact with the New South Wales fire services ahead of shooting the upcoming series.

The much-loved reality series is weeks away from its return to our screens in November.

However, ITV bosses said there was no immediate concern ahead of the show's comeback.

A spokesman for I’m A Celebrity told The Daily Star : “We are in contact with the New South Wales fire brigade and we ­currently have no immediate cause for concern.”

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