With some trepidation, and a lot to prove, Iain and Jennie McAlpine made their way to the Bushtucker Trial clearing to take part in 'The Deadly Departure Lounge'.
Which had absolutely nothing to do with holidays, funnily enough.
The pair were put through their paces as they had to collect Dingo Dollars out of boxes filled with all sorts of horrible creatures... with their mouths. Lovely stuff.
After getting up close and personal with the likes of crickets, cockroaches, mud crabs and even crocodiles, Iain and Jennie smashed the trial, taking six stars back to camp. Congrats, guys!
And following accusations that Iain has been bullied and isolated by others in camp, it's fair to say that fans were thrilled to see the two triumph.
Awwww Iain if only you knew how loved you were, you beautiful soul ❤️ #ImACeleb- Scarlett Moffatt (@ScarlettMoffatt) December 7, 2017
living for iain and jennie getting full stars but im sure the fragile masculinity squad will have something nasty to say about it #imaceleb- ewan (@titanicspoppy) December 7, 2017
Hoping Iain goes back to camp and tells Dennis he couldn't have done it as he would have been too small #ImACeleb- Louise Winnall (@loumww) December 7, 2017
Something that wasn't exactly lost on Iain himself, as he admitted that winning all six stars was 'a thrill and a relief'.
"I feel like I've earned my place round the fire tonight," he added.
A number of big names have waded into the 'bullying' controversy, including reality TV veteran Rylan Clark-Neal, who has suggested the powers that be should have stepped in.
"Sorry really don't like how @iainlee is being spoken to. I work on these shows. Seems like this wouldn't be said to any other campmate," he recently tweeted. "Don't like it #ImACeleb".
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! continues tonight (December 7) at 9pm on ITV, with Extra Camp following right after on ITV2.
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