I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here 2020 Has Landed!
Welcome to the jungle...
For months, we've been waiting... and at last, it's here: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2020!
WATCH: It's time to head into the jungle!
Let's dive right in, shall we?
We already knew that Charlotte Crosby was heading into the jungle this year, but her arrival was everything we hoped for.
"I'm so nervous. I am sonervous. I have never felt thisnervous in my whole entire life," the British reality star confessed as she made her way down the red carpet to the three Aussie celebs who'd already arrived: celeb chef Miguel Maestre, radio and TV personality Myf Warhurst, and TV personality Tom Williams.
"There is not achance in this whole entire worldthat I will fling myself off a cliffor out of a plane," Charlotte said determinedly.
"I point blankwon't go. I don't care who doesn'teat. We could quite frankly probablyall do with losing a bit of weight."
Next cab off the rank was Ryan Gallagher, of Married At First Sight fame – and he's still talking about his (disaster) experience on the reality show!
"A few of you mightknow me from my terrible experience.It wasn't a terrible experience... itwas terrible. We didn't have fun.I'm not married anymore. But it'sfrom MAFS," he rambled, grinning ear to ear.
The first five were sent off one at a time to bungee-jump off a helicopter (as you do in the jungle...), and Charlotte held true to her words that there was no way ever she would jump out of a plane.
"Just couldn't doit," she said with her feet back on solid ground.
"I don't know how any of themhave done that. You've literally gotto have a death wish. I've actuallywet myself."
That drama over (Ryan made the jump, ICYMI), we moved on to a whole new part of the jungle to meet the rest of the celebs who'll be roughing it over the coming weeks.
Entertainer extraordinaire Rhonda Burchmore danced her way down to the clearing, followed quickly by comedian Nikki Osborne.
"It was nice to see Rhondabecause she's lovely," Nikki quipped.
"It's nice tohave lovely people because I wasexpecting a bunch of reality TV wankers."
Which was kind of awkward because the next person to walk in was reality star Erin Barnett.
"People might remember mefrom being the funny but psycho onefrom Love Island Australia," Erin joked to camera.
"Ihaven't had much sleep. Yourbreathing irritates me. If I've hada good 13-hour sleep I'll be fine."
Not much chance of that in the jungle, girl!
Erin also got real about what she'll miss most during her time in the camp.
"Do you know whatI'll miss the most? I'll miss socialmedia, but memes. Memes make yourday. I will probably get out of thejungle and I'll become a meme. Sothat will be great."
Two more comedians joined the trio – social media star TaynaHennessy and Sri Lankan stand-up comic DilrukJayasinha – and the fivesome headed down river to face their star challenge.
And, yes, creepy crawlies and slime cannons were involved.
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We watched Erin climb into a box that filled up with water and rats, while her four new buddies were shackled to a wall and had to answer questions to win their freedom. If they got the answers wrong, they were hit with a slime cannon.
Oh, and once they were free, they had to stick their hands into boxes of scorpions, porcupines, termites... and Nikki stuck her head into a container of snakes.
So they were all, understandably, pretty damn happy to get to camp that night and meet the rest of the team – and everyone was impressed with how (ahem) luxe the camp was.
"This is not theworst," quipped Tanya.
"It's not the best but it'snot the worst."
Wonder if she'll still be saying that by the end of the show?