Katie Price and her fiancé Carl Woods have shared their brutally honest opinions on this year's I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! lineup, saying it's lacking a very crucial element.
The reality star stated that the hit ITV programme was missing actual celebrities and that the lineup was full of "non-celebs".
She shared a video reviewing the first episode of the show and said that contestants who appear on the show shouldn't have to introduce themselves to each other and the public.
Katie appeared on the programme twice and is the only contestant in history to have done that.
She uploaded the video of her and her partner, Carl, on Sunday night reacting to the first episode.
During the clip, the pair can be heard renaming the show "I'm A Non-Celebrity" as they claimed they failed to have a huge number of social media followers.
In the video posted to Katie's 2.7million Instagram followers, Carl said: "Even me, a nobody, has more followers than some of these people.
"To me, if you're a celebrity you don't need to go in and say 'hi I'm so and so' because you're meant to be famous."
The mum-of-five chimed in to say: "It should be called Who Are They? Are You A Celebrity or Aren't You?"
She also slated this year's location, which is in Wales for a second year due to Coronavirus restrictions in Australia, where it was filmed every year before the pandemic.
She said: "To me, it should be in Australia. I watched the show last year in the castle and to be honest I thought it was absolutely s***."
"They're filming it in Wales so no-one really has to fly anywhere and this is the only people they could pick out of the real celebrity land."
However, the couple did enjoy the challenges and praised producers for some gripping tasks.
In the opening episode of this year's show, viewers watched as terrified celebs took part in the first challenge which involved heights.
Louise Minchin, Naughty Boy, Danny Miller and Snoochie Shy walked along a very high plank above a lake and battled it out against each other, with both women taking the top spot.
I'm A Celebrity 2021 airs every night at 9pm on ITV.
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