It has been reported today that huge bushfires are sweeping through some parts of Queensland, Australia and could head towards the set where “I’m A Celebrity” is currently filming. ITV bosses are reportedly on high alert and are braced for the reality they might have to evacuate the camp.

A source for the ITV show said they are in touch with fire services on a regular basis and are monitoring the situation closely.

‘I’m A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here’

"Get me out of here" might take on a whole new meaning, as some areas of the state are now being rated as “catastrophic,” due to a combination of low humidity, record high temperatures and fierce winds.

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As noted by FM104, There are currently 200 wildfires on the go in Queensland and the closest one to the “I’m A Celebrity” camp is in Wongawallan and Oxenford, just 60 km away from the campmates.

Belfast Live reports that the TV reality show is being filmed in Murwillumbah, on the border between Queensland and New South Wales. This means that should the wildfires head south, there could be a major problem.

A source for “I’m A Celebrity” did say there is currently no immediate danger to the cast and crew, but their safety is their “number one concern.” As they continue to monitor the wildfires, they hope they don’t get any closer to the camp.

Fires in Queensland

Fires have destroyed homes and have led to the evacuation of all residents of the Queensland town of Gracemere after wildfires destroyed homes.

This is the first time something like this has occurred in the 150-year history of the town of 8,000 residents. The town of Rockhampton, around five miles away, is also being threatened by the fires.

According to the Bureau of Meteorology, this is the first time a “catastrophic fire danger” lever has occurred in Queensland. Head of government in the area, Annastacia Palaszczuk, said the disaster is “unprecedented” and “uncharted” but added they do have a plan. The current heatwave is expected to continue until at least Tuesday next week, so conditions will be very serious up until then.

While ITV is not planning an evacuation right now, bosses have reportedly put emergency procedures in place for the possible evacuation of the “I’m A Celebrity” camp should bushfires or extreme flooding threaten the area. There was an evacuation in 2015, where celebrities were moved from the main camp and sheltered in the Bush Telegraph while the area was hit by lightning, thunder and torrential rains.