Celebrity Charity: Julia Morris confirms I’m A Celeb finale WASN’T filmed live

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Celebrity Charity: Julia Morris confirms I’m A Celeb finale WASN’T filmed live

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Celebrity Charity: ‘First time I’ve watched the demonstrate’: Julia Morris confirms I’m A Celeb finale WASN’T filmed live… as she watches Richard Reid topped winner

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Kristy Johnson

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Candice Jackson For Each day Mail Australia


Printed:
07:35 EST, 17 February 2019

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Updated:
07:forty eight EST, 17 February 2019

Julia Morris has confirmed the finale of I’m A Celeb… Pick up Me Out Of Here! on Sunday was once no longer filmed live.

The longtime co-host took to Instagram while the finale aired, to level to that she was once ready to stare the demonstrate from the consolation of her beget dwelling.

‘First time in 5 years that we’re no longer live,’ the 50-year-old talked about. 

At dwelling: Julia Morris confirmed the I’m A Celeb… Pick up Me Out Of Here! finale WASN’T filmed live for the first time in 5 years, as she watched Richard Reid become king of the jungle

Julia shared a photograph of herself standing in her living room for the length of the airing of Sunday evening’s finale.

The comedian sported a white ensemble and studying glasses, and flashed a thumbs up gesture for the digicam.

Julia confirmed earlier experiences that the demonstrate was once no longer filmed live this year, in her caption which learn: ‘The first time I’ve EVER seen the demonstrate… first time in 5 years that we’re no longer live.’

She cheekily added that she is ‘loving those hosts,’ describing herself as ‘sizzling’ and her co-host, Dr. Chris Brown, as ‘silly’.   

Pre-recorded: Sydney Confidential previously reported that Channel Ten had filmed two different versions of the finale episode. Julia is pictured with co-host Dr. Chris Brown 

There had previously been experiences that the winner of this year’s season of I’m A Celeb… Pick up Me Out Of Here! had already effectively-known in a filmed finale.   

Nonetheless as reported by Sydney Confidential on Saturday, public votes up till the elimination level-headed counted towards selecting their 2019 king or queen of the jungle.

Consistent with the publication, Channel Ten recorded two alternate endings for this arrangement.

Or no longer it is been carried out earlier than! Or no longer it is some distance no longer any longer the first time a Channel Ten demonstrate has old this tactic, with MasterChef’s judge Matt Preston (correct) admitting to it in 2017

Or no longer it is some distance no longer any longer the first time a Channel Ten demonstrate has old this tactic, with MasterChef’s judge Matt Preston admitting to it in 2017.

‘We re-originate the final level to of the ratings, total with the an analogous scorecards, so they essentially stand there with their relatives and get to stare the real factor unfold,’ he talked about on the time, noting it was once ‘one in every of the hardest issues to raise out’.  

Sunday evening’s episode of I’m A Celeb observed Richard Reid topped king of the jungle, incomes $A hundred,00 for his nominated charity, Beyond Blue, and beating Yvie Jones and Shane Crawford.  

Winner: Sunday evening’s episode of I’m A Celeb observed Richard Reid topped king of the jungle, incomes $A hundred,00 for his nominated charity, Beyond Blue

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