Irish model Nadia Forde has entered the jungle…and been thrown into the celebrity slammer.
Popular reality show I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! is back with a new twist. In this year's series, the celebrities were split into two groups before entering the jungle.
Viewers of the show were given the chance to vote and allow one group the chance to have a final night of luxury, while the other group were thrown straight into the 'celebrity slammer' - a jungle jail.
Nadia, actress Vicki Michelle, Corrie star Craig Charles, biker Carl Fogarty and TOWIE's Gemma Collins were the unlucky bunch who were forced to zip wire across a valley in the dark to get to the base.
The 25-year-old brunette said she was "terrified" as they made their way though the pitch black to get to the area which was surrounded by bars.
"The smell of fear... I've never done anything as scary as this before," she whimpered. "I'm very anxious about this. I wonder what's on the other end of this."
The Dubliner added she was "scared to sleep" in the secluded area which has no beds for the celebrities to sleep on.
Their other camp mates decided to rescue Carl Fogarty from the Celebrity Slammer but his freedom came at the cost of a Bushtucker Trial.
And the first Bushtucker Trial of the series saw the world superbike champion Carl laying in a shallow and watery drain with 40 frisky snakes slithering over him.
Aspiring pop-star Nadia recently confessed she is terrified of everything jungle-related.
"I'm scared of rats, snakes, spiders, heights, deep water, confined spaces, I'm making myself out to be such a wimp," she admitted.
The trials are set to be worse for the contestants this year with lots of gross things in store for them.
"There are more genitals this year," confirmed challenge boss Matt.
"There are some new delicacies that are all shapes and sizes. That's my cryptic clue."
"In terms of the trials, there's some eating ones then there's some very different ones," he said.
"There's a new live trial. It's very unusual so people will find that really tough as well," he added.
The 12 contestants taking part in this year's show will face gruelling trials, tests and tasks as they face the public vote with the winner taking home a reported €125,000.
Nadia was recently reunited with her cancer stricken mother Bernie, after years of separation, and took two months out from her modelling and singing work to spend time at her bedside.