I'm a Famous... and I've Got to Get Out of Here!
PLEASE GET ME OUT OF HERE... I'M A CELEBRITY! 2022 VOTE: VOTING INTERACTION INFORMATION
Method of voting and associated costs:
Viewers in the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands have the opportunity to vote for which celebrity or celebrities they want to keep in the competition and/or participate in the 'Trial' (or an equivalent activity as indicated from time to time) as outlined in the 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' guidelines. 2022' (the "Programme") using one of the following methods (with the exception of voting in regard to the Trial (or an activity of equivalent nature), which must be done via the App):
only in the manner that is outlined below):
Phone (the "PRTS"): To participate, call the premium rate (09) numbers listed in the program for the celebrity or celebrities of your choice and follow the on-screen instructions. You will soon hear a brief message that expresses gratitude for your vote. Your network access charge is in addition to the cost of each phone vote, which is fifty pence. The final price will be determined by the company that operates your network. Viewers can find out more information about the amount that their mobile operator will charge them by visiting http://www.accesscharge.uk/; however, the Promoter and producers of the Program recommend that viewers enquire directly with their mobile network operator for the most up to date charges in order to receive the most accurate information.
Mobile short dial codes ("MSDC") are also referred to as voice short codes. Mobile users in the United Kingdom dial the seven-digit number that is the MSDC for the chosen celebrity(s) as displayed in the Program and listen to the recorded message that confirms the MSDC vote. It costs fifty pence for each vote to be cast through a mobile phone in the UK to a MSDC. Voting in the MSDC is only possible through a mobile phone. Calling the MSDCs from a landline or using any other method to cast your vote is not permitted. If the number is dialed incorrectly but it is a valid number, there is a chance that call charges will apply. The Promoter makes no guarantee that the MSDC service will be accessible, compliant with local laws, or suitable for use in countries or territories other than the UK.
Apple mobile device owners running iOS on their iPhones, iPads, or iPod Touches are considered Mobile In App users. Users of iPads, iPad minis, and mobile devices running Android can get the most recent version of the official I'm a Celebrity app by visiting the app store that is relevant to their device (either the iTunes store or the Google Play store) (referred to as "the App"). Users will automatically be directed to www. itv com/vote (referred to herein as the "website") and follow the instructions provided in order to cast their vote for each voting event. Before being allowed to cast a vote, users will first be required to register with the website. You can find additional information about how to sign up for this event here. The application can be downloaded for free, but users may incur data charges from their network operator as well as fees from their internet service provider if they access the internet while using the application. Each voting window will open and close according to the instructions provided in the programme, in the app, and/or in any other program(s) broadcast by ITV, as applicable. In the event that the vote is put on hold, the time period immediately preceding the hold and the time immediately following the hold will each be counted as one of two (2) voting windows. At the close of each voting period, any votes that have not been cast will be null and void, and they cannot be reclaimed for use in the subsequent voting period. = If you'd like more information about voting online, you can find it here.
15 pence from each paid vote will be donated to the charity partners of ITV's Britain Get Talking. This money will be distributed among the following registered charities in the following proportions: Campaign Against Living Miserably, MIND (The National Association for Mental Health), and YoungMinds Trust (30% each), and Scottish Association for Mental Health (10%).
The Promoter reserves the right to discount the votes (as applicable) and announce the result of the vote without including those affected votes in the event that there are issues with the votes, whether those issues are caused by technical or other factors.
The Promoter is unable to confirm the integrity of any vote services promoted outside the UK, Channel Islands, and Isle of Man and is not responsible for these services. Furthermore, the Promoter is not responsible for any unofficial voting methods because these are not within their control. Votes cannot be submitted on behalf of another person or through agents, and viewers cannot vote as agents on behalf of anyone else. Votes must be submitted directly by the voter. The Promoter and the producers of the Programme reserve the right to discount votes if they have reasonable grounds to suspect that the votes were cast from outside the UK, Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man using unofficial third party voting services or otherwise in breach of any applicable terms and conditions. Votes will be discounted if the Promoter and the producers of the Programme have reasonable grounds to suspect that the votes were cast from outside the UK, Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man
Note that the Promoter and the producers of the Programme are unable to verify the legitimacy of any voting method other than the official voting system and the numbers that are promoted and displayed within the Programme. When it is appropriate to do so, the Promoter and the producers of the Program reserve the right to take into account fewer votes from third-party voting services.
If, for some reason, there is a difference between the numbers that are advertised on air and those that are given on any other platforms, then the numbers that are advertised on air will take precedence, and the vote will be conducted on the basis of those numbers.
It is important to note that voting cannot be done using any method that is not specifically outlined in these terms and conditions.
Before casting a vote, you are required to obtain permission from the applicable bill payer.
When we open and when we close:
The opening and closing of the voting lines will take place in accordance with the instructions provided in the Program and/or in any other ITV program(s) (as applicable).
ITV or the producers of the Program retain the right to implement a vote freeze or vote freezes at any time they see fit. In the event that there is a vote freeze, the voting lines for the first part of the vote will only be open for a limited period of time, and the viewers will be informed on the air that the voting lines have been frozen. After the lines have been frozen, the results of the public vote will be announced, and the specific number of celebrities who received the fewest votes from the public will be eliminated from the competition. There will be an announcement made on-air informing viewers that voting lines have been reopened and that the general public can now vote for the celebrities who are still competing. All votes received by celebrities who advanced to the next stage of voting prior to the lines being frozen are carried forward to the next stage of voting. This is to ensure that there is no room for confusion regarding this matter.
Restrictions on the right to vote:
Users of the app are restricted to casting no more than five votes per voting window per registered mobile number. Viewers who cast their votes via Phone or MSDC are allowed an unlimited number of votes. However, according to the Promoter, any votes for one celebrity that are received from any one recognized number on these platforms and total more than six hundred (600) votes are considered to be designed to excessively manipulate the outcome of the vote and are unfair to other users and to the competition. additional famous people The Promoter and the producers of the Program retain the right, at their sole discretion, to declare invalid any votes that are cast in excess of the levels that are allowed, taking into account all of the relevant circumstances and information at the time in question. Voters who have cast more than the allowed number of ballots may, at the sole discretion of the Promoter and/or the producers of the Programme, be contacted.
Viewers in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man have the opportunity to cast their vote each week for the following, at the discretion of ITV or the producer of the Program:
Trial: the celebrity or celebrities they would like to do the Trial or other activity as indicated in the Programme and/or in any other ITV programme(s) (as applicable) (via the App, PRTS, and/or MSDC as specified in the Programme and/or in any other ITV programme(s) (as applicable)). Other activities may include: The celebrity or celebrities who received the most votes will compete in the "Trial or Error" competition.
The celebrity or celebrities they want to see eliminated from the competition, as indicated (via the App, PRTS, and MSDC), will be up for vote. The celebrity or celebrities who have received the fewest votes face the possibility of being eliminated from the competition.
Other votes: the Promoter reserves the right to introduce any other votes at any point during the show in a format that will be announced in the Programme.
The outcomes of the polls are going to be detailed in the program.
In every instance, the elimination format, as well as any particular terms relating to that week's elimination, will be disclosed in the pertinent on-air interaction information prior to the beginning of voting.
The winner of the competition will be announced during the final of the Program, and it will be the celebrity who received the most votes. In the event that the last two (2) celebrities standing end up tied for first place, then both of them will be recognized as joint winners of the Program.
Any changes that are made to the order of elimination that are detailed in these terms and conditions will be communicated in the Programme, and the order of elimination that is communicated in the Programme will be considered official.
In the event that there is a tie in any vote, where two (2) or more celebrities receive joint highest or lowest votes, or in the event that the outcome of a vote cannot be reasonably determined because of a technical failure or other circumstance that is beyond the reasonable control of ITV, then the person who received the most votes overall will be declared the winner. The program's producers may then ask the celebrities, whose decisions would otherwise be determined by the viewers' votes, to make their own decisions about the outcome of the competition. Alternatively, the winner may be chosen at random or based on other factors, depending on the circumstances. It is possible that a second vote will be held to determine the winner of the vote, or in the case of evictions, the producer of the show has the right to refer back to the cumulative total of votes (with all remaining celebrities included) received since the beginning of the evictions. This decision is made at their sole discretion.
It is possible that the producers of the Program will, at times and at their sole discretion, require the celebrities to decide which of the celebrities may participate in a Trial or other activity; in this case, the public vote that was previously held may be declared null and void.
If the celebrity or celebrities who have received the most votes to take part in a Trial or other activity choose not to participate in the Trial (or to continue to participate if they have already begun the activity), or if the celebrity or celebrities are unable to participate or continue to participate because of medical concerns, then the next most popular celebrity or celebrities will take their place. or for other reasonable concerns, which are beyond the control of ITV and/or the producers, then the celebrity or celebrities who have received the next highest number of votes may be required to do the Trial or other activity. This may be the case because ITV and/or the producers have no control over these factors. If that celebrity or celebrities also declines or is unable to take part in the Trial or any other activity (or to continue taking part if they have already begun the activity), then the producers reserve the right to choose another celebrity to take part in the trial at their discretion. If that celebrity or celebrities is unable to take part in the Trial or any other activity. In the event that the public chooses a team of celebrities and one or more of those celebrities later decides not to participate in the activity, is unable to do so due to health concerns or for any other reason that is considered reasonable and is outside of the control of ITV and/or the producers, then that team will not win the vote. If this is the case, the group that received the most votes will continue to compete in the activity even if the celebrity or celebrities in question are not present.
In the event that any of the celebrities are unable to perform or are prevented from performing fully in the Program for any reason, including, but not limited to, medical reasons, then the producers of the Program will decide, at their sole discretion, whether that celebrity or those celebrities will continue to participate in the Program. taking into account everything that was going on and the information that was readily available to them at the time The program's producers will decide, at their sole discretion, whether or not to allow another celebrity (or celebrities) to compete in the competition.
If the outcome of a vote cannot be reasonably determined because of a technical failure or for any other reason that is beyond the reasonable control of the Programme's producers or ITV, then the outcome of the vote will be determined by the decision of the Programme's producers.
If circumstances arise that are beyond the reasonable control of ITV and that make the scheduled Trial or other activity unsafe for the celebrities, then the producers of the Programme reserve the right to substitute the scheduled Trial or other activity for an alternative at their sole discretion. This right is reserved for the event of such circumstances.
At their discretion, the producers of the Program may choose to reintroduce a celebrity who appeared in earlier stages of the competition but was later eliminated as a result of the votes cast by the general public.
ITV Consumer Limited, Itv White City, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7RU is the promoter, who is also referred to as "ITV."
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