I'm A Celebrity 2016 stars to battle it out in new twist to win eviction immunity

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The I'm A Celebrity 2016 contestants will go head to head in a brand new twist tonight.

There was no public vote for a Bushtucker trial this evening, with hosts Ant and Dec joining camp to make a surprise announcement.

"We have news," the pair announced to the group. "Today the public have not been voting for one of you to take part in a trial. That's because today is the start of a brand new challenge called Claim of Thrones."

Ant and Dec explained that all 12 of the current celebrities will be taking part in a new challenge later today (Australian time).

Four of the celebs will emerge victorious and Claim A Throne in Snake Rock camp.

They'll enjoy luxuries including hot showers, food and pampering sessions as they live like royalty.

The other celebs will become their subjects and will have to live off basic rations.

However that's not all.

"At the end of the task, the four reigning will be immune from first public vote off," Ant and Dec teased.

Those who need to save themselves include Strictly's Ola Jordan, Diversity's Jordan Banjo and TV and Radio host Lisa Snowdown who are currently the favourites to be first out of camp this year.

On the other hand, Adam Thomas can probably relax as he's become the new favourite to win I'm A Celebrity this year with Ladbrokes today.

Bets on the Emmerdale star being crowned as this year's King of the Jungle have been flooding in since his hilarious Food Factory Bush Tucker Trial, and such is the support it has moved him into the top spot of the betting at 7/4, leaving long-term favourite Scarlett Moffatt to settle for second position at 2/1.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "In just 24 hours Adam has surged to the top of the betting, and it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see his odds shorten up further after the Cage Rage challenge with Danny."

The results of the trial will air tomorrow night (Wednesday).

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs nightly on ITV.

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