So far they’ve taken turns in all manner of jungle challenges.
But Sunday’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here saw all eleven stars take centre stage as the show had its annual live Bushtucker Trial, ahead of John Barrowman, Rita Simons and James McVey embarking on an epic outback quest.
This left the other eight campmates earning time for the task in The Jungle X Factor, with an array of challenges based on the legendary singing show.
Scary: Emily Atack was screaming in terror during Sunday’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, as eight campmates took part in the Live Bushtucker Trial
Up first was Emily Atack and Malique Thompson-Dwyer in The Sting-Off, singing some of the biggest hits with a mouthguard to distort their voices.
As they were bitten by green ants, the other celebrities had to guess which songs they were singing to earn time for the quest,
Luckily the group guessed all of the songs correctly, leading onto the Sick Chair challenge which saw Sair Khan, Anne Hegerty, Nick Knowles, Noel Edmonds, Harry Redknapp and Fleur East take part.
Tough: Along with Malique Thompson-Dwyer, Emily was placed inside a giant X, trying to sing some famous tracks while wearing a distorted mouth guard
You can do it! Despite being bitten all over by green ants the actress made it through the task, earning the maximum amount of time on offer for the jungle quest
Determined: Malique Thompson-Dwyer was also taking part in the singing challenge, as his entire body was bitten by green ants
All of them were tasked with eating a dead witchchetty grub one by one, with all of them coming out victorious to again earn the maximum time.
Up next was the Judges Critter-cism, which saw Noel, Anne, Emily and Harry tasked with drinking various beverages based on The X Factor judges, including blended turkey testicles (Simon Fowl) and blended fish eyes (Eye-da Williams).
With Anne knocking back her drink in just 12 seconds, all four stars managed to finish their disgusting beverages.
Success! The next challenge saw six celebrities forced to eat a witchetty grub, one by one before the time run out
Too good: Emily’s facial expression also took centre stage as she was forced to drink a disgusting beverage
Gross: Harry also downed a blended beverage, and as he attempted to succeed in the challenge he tried to finish the drink in one go
A bit tough: Fleur East (left) and Noel Edmonds also tried to chow down on a witchchetty grub
Petrified: Emily was seen bouncing around as she tried to shake off the green ants following her task
The final challenge was the appropriately-named Dreadlock, with Nick and Fleur taking part in the task which saw them trying to unlock large X’s inside perspex containers while covered with snakes.
The pair succeeded in the task, which meant the campmates earned the maximum of 85 minutes in the quest,
Anne even admitted she surprised herself with the performance, after explaining she’s found eating trials ‘nauseating’ while watching at home.
This meant that John, James and Rita would have the maximum time of 85 minutes when they head off on their quest, which viewers will see play out in Monday night’s show.
At odds: As she was covered with snakes Fleur East managed to unlock the X to win more time for the quest team
Well done! The eight campmates managed to earn the maximum time on offer, and viewers will get to see John, Rita and James on their quest in Monday night’s show
Earlier in the show, with Noel stripped of his title as Emperor, a new camp leader was revealed to be Nick thanks to a public vote.
Choosing Anne to be his deputy, they assigned the job of camp chef to John and Sair, leaving Emily disappointed as she was desperate to have the title.
But she took it all in good humour, as she said: ‘I knew I wasn’t getting cooking because I’m really clumsy and everyone has also worked that out now.’
In control: And with Noel stripped of his title as Emperor, a new camp leader was revealed to be Nick thanks to a public vote
Hard at work: Ripped of his rule as leader, Noel had to start his duties on maintenance which included stripping the beds in the Palace ready for the new occupants with Harry
Hilarious: As the pair were in the bedroom Harry suggested they ‘nick a pillow’ and with that stuffed one up his t-shirt. ‘I’m sure no-one will notice,’ laughed Noel
Ripped of his rule as leader, Noel had to start his duties on maintenance which included stripping the beds in the Palace ready for the new occupants.
‘Can you believe it, I’m now doing housekeeping and got to strip the beds from the palace,’ he complained to Harry, leading the football manager to offer his assistance
As the pair were in the bedroom Harry suggested they ‘nick a pillow’ and with that stuffed one up his t-shirt. ‘I’m sure no-one will notice,’ laughed Noel.
‘It’s only like going in somewhere posh and there’s an ash tray with Buckingham Palace on it and you think `I’ll have that as a memento and stick it in your pocket’ laughed Harry.
Worried: And it was Noel Edmonds and Nick Knowles who were chosen to face the latest trial Catch A Falling Star
And it was Noel Edmonds and Nick Knowles who were chosen to face the latest trial Catch A Falling Star, which saw them suspended over a lake in lengthy boxes, one on top of the other.
The duo had to pass stars from one to the other while being covered in all manner of jungle critters, which proved to be far more difficult than they first thought.
Despite battling a staggering 130,000 jungle creatures, Nick catching the stars that Noel had dropped proved to be a far more difficult feat, resulting in the duo only earning five stars out of eleven.
Catch this: Despite battling 130,000 jungle creatures, Nick catching the stars that Noel had dropped proved to be a difficult feat, resulting in the duo only earning five stars out of eleven
Holly even kissed both Noel and Nick on the cheek as they left the Trial.
‘Are you canoodling with the campmates’ teased Dec. ‘I think I did’ she replied. ‘I don’t think that’s allowed’ he joked.
‘It’s a bit official, a handshake’ Holly said. ‘Keep your distance Holly Willoughby, keep your distance’ replied Dec. ‘Sorry, sorry I’ve broken a golden rule’ said Holly.
‘You have’ joked Dec.
Irate: Immediately after the Trial, Nick was frustrated that he failed to catch some of the stars
Immediately after the Trial, Nick was frustrated that he failed to catch some of the stars. ‘It’s honestly very frustrating. I’m angry with myself that I was close enough that I felt them touch my forearm or my hand, the ones that I dropped’ he said.
Noel joked ‘Nick don’t beat yourself up about this. Yes, you dropped six which frankly was very disappointing,’ leading Nick to reply: ‘Tough crowd.’
More seriously Noel added ‘Nick did a great job because he couldn’t see. Nick should not beat himself up any more than I should beat myself up for not dropping them correctly.’
Nick and Noel returned to camp and Noel drew a diagram on the board to describe the Trial in great detail. The campmates were overjoyed that they had got five stars. ‘They got five. What do they call hotels, five star? What do they call restaurants, five star?’ said John. ‘ Look at it a little differently. We’ve got dinner anyway. We just have to stretch it.’
Transformed: The show also started in cheeky fashion as the campmates couldn’t help but think about their favourite treats, as Emily showed how much weight she had lost so far
The show also started in cheeky fashion as the campmates couldn’t help but think about their favourite treats, as Emily showed how much weight she had lost so far.
She told the Bush Telegraph: ‘These were tight when I came in here. I just want to lose a bit of weight so that when I get home and it’s Christmas I have a bit of room and can put it back on again.
‘I love food so much, I love cheese and champagne and salads, fries, yum.’
John then offered his own ideas for the ideal festive dip, adding: ‘Or just chuck a Camembert in the oven and rub your face in it when it comes out, a cheese facial,’ he said.
‘And get someone you love to lick it off,’ Noel added.
So hungry! As John described the ideal festive dip, the campmates couldn’t help but salivate