I'm A Celebrity viewers baffled as they spot an "unnecessary" detail
I'm A Celeb coming to you live from Wales and this could be the best year yet!
I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here is back on our screens as of last night, and thank god because now there's something to keep us entertained until Christmas.
This year, Ant and Dec and the contestants didn't have to pack up and move across the world as they usually do. Due to the pandemic, Australia was off the cards - instead the show is being filmed in a castle in Wales in the UK.
The series kicked off with a bang last night, but a tiny little detail had fans a little confused when they tuned into the first episode.
The clock, which always appears on the bottom left hand side of the screen to tell viewers what time it was Down Under, is now telling the time in Wales.
We don't know if this is one of the producers having a little laugh or just that they don't want to change the format from previous years, but Twitter was alive with comments about the clock.
One user joked "thank god they’ve got a clock to tell us what time it is in Wales".
Thank god they’ve got a clock to tell us what time it is in Wales #imacelebrity pic.twitter.com/G1Foz5IdAe
— Ed Gamble (@EdGambleComedy) November 15, 2020
Another user tweeted: "I love how the local time is in the corner and says wales like it’s not the same time in my house."
I love how the local time is in the corner and says wales like it’s not the same time in my house ?#ImACeleb #imacelebrity pic.twitter.com/DRstIgqOUC
— Alex Phillips (@Alexkphillips) November 15, 2020
Regardless, it's great to see the show back and no doubt we're in for an interesting few weeks.
Although it's not being filmed in Australia, this year's series is looking set to bring the same drama and thrills from the "haunted" castle in Wales as it has every other year.
I'm A Celeb airs at 9pm every night on Virgin Media One.