Last night's episode saw the eliminations begin as Noel Edmonds made a shock exit as the first contestant to leave.
With viewers now voting for the celebs to stay in the jungle, it's up to the contestants themselves to decide who does the daily Bushtucker trials.
As always, one or more celebs will need to complete the tasks to win food for camp.
Tonight's trial is called Sickening Sewer and a lot of the campers wanted to take part.
After Noel's exit, those on the line up are TV presenter Nick Knowles, actor and entertainer John Barrowman MBE and Hollyoaks star Malique Thompson-Dwyer.
They're joined by popstar James McVey, football manager Harry Redknapp, actor Rita Simons, TV’s ‘The Governess’ Anne Hegerty, comedy actor Emily Atack, Corrie star Sair Khan, and singer Fleur East.
To decide who would take part, they drew straws and it was Sair pulled the shortest.
She joined hosts Holy and Dec down at the trial area where the pair explained the trial.
Dec explained: “This is Sickening Sewer, you will be locked inside this tunnel and when the time starts you will begin searching for the stars that are hidden somewhere in its dark and cramp pipes.
"The first 8 stars are worth a meal for camp and the final 9th star is worth two meals. 10 meals up for grabs, you have 10 minutes to find the 9 stars in there.”.
You can watch a first look at how Sair does in the video above and tune in to tonight's show at 9:30PM on ITV after The X Factor to see the trial in full.
Meanwhile, ITV have confirmed that will be no vote off tonight but another celeb will head home in Sunday's show.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs nightly on ITV. Spin-off show Extra Camp airs each night on ITV2 straight after the main show.