I’M A Celebrity star Jacqueline Jossa faced her worst nightmare as she crawled through spider-infested tunnels in the Bushtucker Trial.
The public voted for the former EastEnders actress and ex-footballer Ian Wright to take on the Crevice of Cruelty in tonight’s challenge – and managed to get all 12 stars.
They were forced to climb through two underground tunnels, one on top of the other, meaning the celebrity in the lower tunnel was forced to feed the stars up to the person on top for them to count.
Ian took the lower tunnel, which was filled with water and only a narrow gap for him to breathe.
Jacqueline was forced to wade through green ants, crickets, meal worms and cockroaches.
However, her worst fears came to light when she had to crawl through spiders.
As she faced the tunnel, she said: “Come on Jac, you can do this man.”
Then when Ian was facing a water dragon as he untied the stars, Jac shouted: “I don’t want to be in here!”
Despite how scary the situation is, they managed to work together in order to collect all the stars.
Fans were delighted for Jac facing her fears, with one person saying: “honestly jac is so good at the trials and once she gets going it barely bothers her, if she didnt moan so much before hand the public would stop voting ”
Another added: “Gotta give Jac her due. Cries about doing challenges but smashes them when she has to do them she is fab”
A third said: “Jacqueline doubts herself but she is amazing at these trials!!”
This comes after she broke down in tears when she was told she was facing the next Bushtucker Trial.
She had to be consoled by Kate Garraway and her fellow campmates as Dec announced she and Ian Wright are doing the underground challenge tonight.
She wailed: “I don’t want to do any more man.”
This lead to her husband, Daniel Osborne, taking to Instagram to defend her.
Speaking to his followers on Instagram, Dan, 28, pleaded: “Give her a break please because she’s getting upset now.”
He said: “I know I said you all vote for Jac cos she’s ain’t in there to change lightbulbs – but I didn’t mean every single trial.
“Give her a break now, come on. But she keeps smashing them all. She’s worried about it but she’ll smash it. She’ll keep proving everyone.
“Let her do this one then give her a break please because she’s getting upset now and it ain’t nice. But she’ll get all the stars, smash it and then go back and have a nice dinner.”