Entertainment I'm A Celebrity Australia 2018: This man is paid to think of how celebrities can die

15:11  14 february  2018
15:11  14 february  2018 Source:   smh.com.au

Vicky Pattison and Paul Burrell to join I'm a Celebrity

  Vicky Pattison and Paul Burrell to join I'm a Celebrity Just when we thought Danny Green was about to shake things up, Vicky Pattison and Paul Burrell are set to join I'm a Celebrity as intruders.And it looks likely to get even more fiery when two intruders are dropped into the camp.

More recently, one was spotted in a clearing where trials were being filmed. Paul 'Risky' Chivers is the safety adviser on I ' m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! To keep the celebrities safe, Chivers spends a lot of time pondering how they might die .

See more of I ' m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Australia on Facebook. Facebook © 2018 . Posts. Paid . · We take a look back at some of the funniest moments our campmates had in the jungle. "I think I'll be laughing until I ' m 80!". Queen Fiona has a special message to everyone who voted for her.

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Leopards, snakes, lions: these are the creatures most feared by contestants on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! But Paul Chivers, the program's safety chief, is more concerned about a hippopotamus he saw lurking near the set.

Many assume these cute-looking herbivores are friendly; in fact, their bite is stronger than a lion's and they're aggressively territorial. (Often, tourists learn this the hard way.)

Josh Gibson and Fiona O'Loughlin gag over a plate of ostrich anus. © Charlie Sperring Josh Gibson and Fiona O'Loughlin gag over a plate of ostrich anus. No wonder they're Africa's deadliest large land mammal, killing an estimated 500 people each year.

Last year, production was halted when a hippo took a stroll during finale preparations. More recently, one was spotted in a clearing where trials were being filmed.

I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here is losing steam

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Not what I expected. I don’t think I can do it. I think it is best if I go.” Bernard Tomic in I ' m A Celebrity , Get Me Out Of Here! He later declared on I ’ m A Celeb that Australia would never win the Davis Cup unless he and Nick Kyrgios were both playing.

"We've had everything thrown at us, from hippos to cyclones," says Chivers, known as "Risky" to the 450 crew working from the show's remote South African location. "In a typical day, we might have 30 things to deal with."

Paul 'Risky' Chivers is the safety adviser on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! © Nigel Wright Paul 'Risky' Chivers is the safety adviser on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! To keep the celebrities safe, Chivers spends a lot of time pondering how they might die. Could Fiona O'Loughlin could tumble into a ravine? Might Kerry Armstrong be trampled by a wildebeest? Could Josh Gibson could fall ill from ingesting maggots? 

"The chance of such catastrophic things happening is low, but my job is to explore how these things might happen," Chivers says.

"My job is about balancing great TV with not injuring someone."

In all his years working in television, including a stint on The Amazing Race, Chivers has never knocked back a stunt idea from a producer. Rather, he considers how to make the stunt safe – then puts a price tag on it. 

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I ’ M A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! is certainly living up to its title this season, with two high-profile contestants fleeing the Tomic appeared to be a very unhappy man during his exit interviews, speaking at length about how the quiet and solitude of camp life had sent him into an emotional tailspin.

"If someone wants to jump off a mountain, I'll say, 'No problem.' Then I'll come back and say, 'It'll cost us half a million to do this safely.' That's where [stunt ideas get canned]."

Former I'm A Celebrity contestant Laurina Fleure is lowered into crocodile-infested waters. © Supplied Former I'm A Celebrity contestant Laurina Fleure is lowered into crocodile-infested waters. It's much cheaper to arrange the disgusting food challenges. These stunts are relatively safe: the cockroaches celebrities must eat are grown in sterile labs, for instance, while fish eyeballs and pig brains are cleaned and tested for bacteria. 

Not that hosts Julia Morris and Chris Brown make a point of this to contestants; they're too busy trying to gross them out with graphic menu descriptions. (Which is why we saw Gibson gagging over a hairy ostrich anus on the plate in front of him. "It could be worse," fellow contestant O'Loughlin told him. "Think of the poor ostrich.")

"Perception is everything," Chivers says. 

"You want the audience to look at a challenge and go, 'This is crazy.' The excitement comes when the celebrities feel like they're in danger."

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