I’M A Celebrity’s four remaining stars have taken a battering in the punishing Cyclone challenge.
Frankie Bridge, David Ginola, Danny Miller and Simon Gregson were drenched, hammered by wind and eventually flooded by the huge assault course as they fought for their delicious end of series meals.
Retired footballer David was seen with a haul of stars as he made his way up the slippery slope while dodging bouncing balls.
Each celeb was dressed in a colourful cape, fitting for the heroic efforts they all gave.
Emmerdale’s Danny appeared to lead by example, clawing his way to the top of the hill and lying face down on his star as the water cascaded around him.
Viewers will need to wait and see if the four will get their fancy foods of choice.
The remaining celebs secured their places in the final after a shock double eviction that saw EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt and diver Matty Lee voted out.
The race is now too close to call, with Emmerdale star Danny, 30, the bookies’ favourite by a wafer-thin margin.
He is followed in the odds by Coronation Street actor Simon, 47, footballer David, 54, and Loose Women panellist and singer Frankie Bridge, 32.
Raising the curtain on many viewers’ favourite trial last night, Ant and Dec said: “We’ve fired up the wind machines and we’ve loaded the water cannons.
“Yes it’s back – prepare to be blown clean off your feet. Get ready for the return of Celebrity Cyclone.”
The four finalists have already said goodbye to Arlene Phillips, Kadeena Cox, Snoochie Shy, Louise Minchin and Naughty Boy.
Last night Adam and Matty’s names were added to that list, with the pair both disappointed to miss out on a spot in the finale.
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Many fans were sad to see them go, with one telling the actor: “You were great Adam you should be proud of yourself Great fun love your humour!”
Another broken-hearted viewer wrote: “Feel like pure s**t just wanted matty to do the celebrity cyclone. .”
I’m A Celebrity will return to ITV at 9pm tonight, as the celebs enjoy their last 24 hours in the castle in North Wales.