I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!'s Babatúndé Aléshé is sure to have regretted backing out of his first challenge on the show, as he's now faced one that is even more daunting.
On Sunday's episode of the show, Babatúndé was tasked with doing a plank walk, which jutted out off a 32-storey building, before throwing himself off (attached to safety ropes of course).
However, the comedian only made it halfway down the plank before he uttered the famous words: "I'm a celebrity…get me out of here!"
Footballer Jill Scott and ITV's Charlene White did complete the challenge, meaning they took two stars to camp, but Babatúndé's hesitation had fans of the show promising to vote for him in the upcoming challenges.
And vote they did, as at the end of Monday night's show, Babatúndé found himself chosen to take part in the first Bushtucker Trial of the series, named Horrifying Heights, and he didn't seem surprised that he'd been picked.
The challenge, which will air on Tuesday night, has been teased in a new trailer.
The ITV clip shows Babatúndé suspended in the air and forced to crawl around on a rotating structure to retrieve stars for the camp.
ITV have released a clip of the trial, which was made extra difficult by the elements, as it was pouring with rain in the Australian jungle.
Show hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly were safely ensconced under umbrellas as they talked Babatúndé through the trial.
Dec says: "I'm sorry to say that it's started to pour down. It's still safe, but it will just make things harder," before telling him he has ten minutes to collect nine stars.
In one particularly hilarious moment, after Babatúndé had started crawling around the structure, Ant said: "Already, that's further than he walked on the plank on the tower," as Dec burst into laughter.
Ant continued: "So it's progress pal, it's doable," as a scared-sounding Babatúndé uttered: "Oh God…"
After Babatúndé failed to complete the plank walk challenge on Sunday night's episode, viewers of I'm A Celerity smelled blood as they flocked to Twitter to vow to vote for him to complete more challenges throughout the series.
One person tweeted: "I think Babatunde might have booked himself a few challenges."
Another tweeted: "The general public putting Babatundé on speed dial on #ImACeleb," as a third said: "Everyone’s gonna vote for Babatunde to do the trials now."
A fourth fan commented: "Babatunde defo wants to get voted for every trial if he’s calling i’m a celeb on the first one," as another said: "Everyone’s deffo going to be voting for Babatunde every trial now."
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