Ant and Dec have shared their gruelling I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! schedule.
The comedy duo took to their Instagram Stories to give fans an insight into life behind-the-scenes of the hit ITV programme.
However, fans were quick to notice the whiteboard in the background, detailing every moment of their working day.
Their normal working day commences roughly around 5.15pm, with them eventually wrapping their day around 12.45am.
The infamous Bushtucker Trials appear to be filmed around 11.15pm, despite the show only being on the air between 9pm to 10pm.
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Ant and Dec start their day by recording the appropriate voiceovers for the upcoming episode, before diving into a script meeting held via Zoom.
The presenters are then faced with watching footage from the episode which airs that night before making last-minute amendments to the script, then having their hair and make up sorted.
At 8pm, they record their opening lines for the show and go through a rehearsal for one last time.
Their main job kicks in at 9pm, when they front the show – live to millions of viewers at home.
After filming the main episode, they are given a short break before undergoing more makeup touch-ups and then being whizzed to the Bushtucker Trial locations.
After an intense couple of hours, the pair wrap their day up just shy of 1am and eventually travel back to their accommodation.
Fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the schedule, with many being left perplexed by the timings.
"It takes a lot of work to produce something that at first glance comes together naturally. Well done to the whole team," tweeted one.
While a second added: "How come they’re recording trials in the evening? I just assumed they'd do them the next morning. Guess darkness makes them dramatic and it fits usual IAC format, but late nights!"
"When it looks effortless you know there has been hard work going on," tweeted another.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs daily at 9pm on ITV.
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