I'm A Celebrity bosses have admitted they don't know when the live show will return to air after Storm Arwen caused severe damage to the production set.

The show was pulled from the air this weekend due to the disruption causing by heavy winds at Gwrych Castle in Abergele.

And bosses have now said they can't yet confirm when they will be back on TV, North Wales Live reports.

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A spokesperson for ITV said: "This is an on-going live situation and we're taking each day as it comes and working round the clock.

"Our priority is safely getting the whole site back up and running which means the show is back on air in the quickest time possible.

"We're currently not in a position to confirm when we'll be back on air but we'll absolutely keep you posted when we get more updates."

The storm has caused a lot of disruption to the show

After broadcasting a pre-recorded show for the first time ever on Friday due to fears about the storm, ITV pulled the show from the schedules this weekend.

And the celebrities were removed on Saturday evening and are now isolating on their own.

In a statement on Sunday night, Gwrych Castle confirmed the castle and gardens managed to "miss the worst of the storm and have suffered no significant damage."

The added: "Our forebears were always judicious in their choice of site for building a house. At Gwrych, there has been a dwelling for nearly a 1000 years, and we learnt again on Friday night why its situation is so special.

"When a storm rolls in off the Irish Sea from the north and west, the shelter the hillside provides places the castle itself in an area of stillness. The roar of the winds through the trees can be heard above but the castle itself is still and calm."

But the same cannot be said for the production base used in the show, as pictures show a large white marquee damaged by the high winds.

The I'm a Celebrity base after storm damage over the weekend
Repairs on site on Sunday

Earlier, insiders told The Sun Newspaper that the show could be delayed for a long time as they try and understand "where they go from here" after the damage from the storm during the weekend. You can read more on that here.

The source allegedly said: “This is a crushing blow. No one anticipated the disaster that this storm would cause and it has completely blindsided us.

“The worst damage is to one of our three production areas — the tent where we keep the scanners, the TV editing suite, the production office and our IT equipment. From the outside, it is wrecked.

“At the moment, we still don’t know what the damage done to the equipment is, as we can’t go in until it has been declared safe.

“But we need time to get everything fixed and the break buys us some time. We are hoping against hope it will be enough and that we can return on Monday.

“To go ahead then, we also need the green light to bring more staff back on set. But at the moment, nothing is guaranteed.”

ITV confirmed in a statement: "Whilst we get the production base back up and running after suffering technical issues due to the storm, we have removed the celebrities from the castle."

The campmates will return to the castle once the show's entire production is safely re-established, with the quarantine conditions for the celebs the same as they were before they joined the show.

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