The Jump host Davina McCall has ruled out ever taking part in the show herself.
The former Big Brother presenter says she wouldn't even do it for charity.
Speaking on ITV's Good Morning Britain, Davina described the challenges the celebs take on as "absolutely nuts"
Asked if she would ever sign up, Davina immediately replied: "No way. Not that sort of challenge thanks very much.
"We were laughing the other day and I was thinking about The Skeleton, and that is absolutely nuts."
And she added: "And a friend of mine was saying 'let's do it next year for charity', no."
So far The Jump has lost two contestants after one show with model Vogue Williams forced to quit before the launch due to injury.
Former Big Brother housemate Josie Gibson became the first celeb to be evicted in last Sunday's first live episode when nerves got the better of her and she REFUSED to jump.
The celebs have reportedly been put on a 'booze ban' to avoid any mishaps on the slopes, but not all the contestants are impressed by the restriction.
Ahead of Sunday night's latest live show, Spencer complained to the Daily Star newspaper: "There is no wine or anything for us before we hit those slopes.
"We are under strict instruction, with all the health and safety nonsense."
He added: “We’ll just have to wait until the show’s over.”
The Jump 2017 airs Sunday nights on Channel 4 with the latest show at 7:30PM.