Final date and time for I’m A Celebrity 2020 has been confirmed

The 2020 series of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is well underway, with a host of famous faces currently staying in a cold, medieval castle.

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are back on our screens, this time at the historic Gwyrch Castle in North Wale, alongside celebrities such as Sir Mo Farah, Vernon Kay, Beverley Callard and Shane Richie.

ITV bosses swapped the Australian outback for the cold and ghost-ridden castle in order to make sure the 2020 series was safe and complying with coronavirus restrictions.

But now that the show has started some will be wondering how long it will be on for, how long they will have to wait to find out who will be crowned King or Queen of the castle.

When is the I'm A Celebrity 2020 final?

The end date of I'm A Celebrity 2020 has been confirmed. This year’s finals will be on Friday December 4 at 9pm, and run until 10.35pm.

The show is running for three weeks this year, with just 20 episodes airing up until the start of December.

Live episodes are shown every day aside from Saturdays, which has a highlight show instead.

Leaving their lush and luxuries behind, celebs will have been camping out in the castle for weeks before they get to see their families.

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Taking part this year is TV personality Vernon Kay, journalist Victoria Derbyshire, Eastenders star Shane Richie and Paralympian Hollie Arnold.

Based on previous years there are usually three celebrities left in the final, where one is crowned the series winner.

Last year saw Jaqueline Jossa, of Eastenders fame, crowned queen of the jungle.

She has since backed author and podcaster Giovanna Fletcher to take home the title.

The bookies don’t agree and have pinned Shane Richie as the favourite to sit on the 2020 throne.

Jordan North, whose happy place is Turf Moor, is second best, followed by Vernon Kay and Olympic legend Mo Farah.

Giovanna Fletcher is the fifth best bet – with Hollie Arnold the biggest outsider at 40/1 odds.

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