The former health secretary can be seen in a preview clip taking part in a challenge called Deserted Down Under.
In the video, Hancock is told by presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that he has 11 minutes to retrieve keys for 11 stars, which represent the number of campmates and how many meals he can win.
Sounds like plenty of time, right?
However, it appears that there might be a number of empty tummies come meal time in Monday’s episode, on November 14, as Hancock doesn’t seem to be making great strides as he hunts around blindly in creepy-crawly-infested boxes for keys.
There are also more snakes thrown into the mix.
In Sunday night’s episode, Hancock was attacked by a snake and stung by a scorpion before being voted camp leader.
It came as little surprise, therefore, when Ant and Dec entered the camp to announce who would be taking on the next Bushtucker Trial as voted for by the public.
But could the tides be changing? A number of viewers took to social media calling for the MP to be exempt from the next vote, saying that the ITV programme was in danger of becoming the Matt Hancock show.
This is literally turning into the Matt Hancock show. Please stop Voting for him to do trials. #ImACelebpic.twitter.com/9BB12tiCHC
A number have also reportedly flooded Ofcom with complaints about his appearance in the Australian jungle.
I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here continues on ITV and ITV Hub at 9pm.