Hancock, who was forced to resign as health secretary last year for breaking his own COVID guidance, has increased his media presence in recent weeks since leaving the jungle.
Posting on his TikTok on Monday, he is seen with his I'm A Celeb camp mates Owen Warner and Scarlette Douglas attempting to perform the Electric Slide.
"What a night at the Jingle Bell Ball... Electric slide still a work in progress", the caption read.
The video comes after Hancock announced that he would not be running as an MP again in 2024 and instead would pursue "new ways" to communicate with the public.
"I want to do things differently," the former health secretary said.
"I have discovered a whole new world of possibilities which I am excited to explore; new ways for me to communicate with people of all ages and from all backgrounds."
Hancock made it to the final three on I'm A Celeb earlier this month, where was seen participating in a range of gruelling bushtucker trials.
However, despite appearing to appeal to viewers, Hancock received significant backlash for his decision to appear on the show.
Hancock was accused of abandoning his constituents, with Rishi Sunak saying "it's incumbent on politicians to earn people's respect and trust" when asked about Hancock's exploits.
His own local Conservative association wrote to the party this month asking it not to restore his parliamentary whip after he had it removed for participating in the programme.
And in exclusive polling from Savanta for Yahoo News UK, "idiot" was the most commonly associated word with Hancock - with "tw*t" and "pr*t" also making the top ten.
That criticism came after Hancock's COVID policy on care homes was ruled "unlawful" by the High Court in April for discharging older patients into care homes without testing at the start of the pandemic.
He has also been forced to deny accusations that he had helped Alex Bourne, his local pub landlord, obtain a multimillion-pound contract to supply test tubes to the NHS for COVID testing.
And last month, parliament's anti-corruption watchdog said Hancock had breached rules for failing to announce he was set to appear on I'm A Celeb and Channel 4's SAS Who Dares Wins.
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