Fleur East and John Barrowman tackle the next bushtucker trial on I'm A Celebrity 2018 tonight.
With viewers continuing to vote on who should stay and go from camp, it's now down to the celebs to decide who takes part in each challenge.
Called Rotten Retrieval, a pair of contestants were required.
Anne was exempt but - despite his leg injury - actor John Barrowman could take part and put himself forward.
He was joined by X Factor singer Fleur East.
They headed down to the trial clearing where Holly and Dec explained everything.
Dec revealed: "John you’re going to be locked in an underground chamber. Fleur when the time starts you need to make your way to the chamber where John is held through a series of dark tunnels, collecting five numbered keys as you go.”
Fleur had to use the keys to unlock John from the chamber before releasing stars to win meals for camp.
There was a 10 minute time limit and, as always, a lot of bugs joining them inside the chambers.
In this preview clip, we see Fleur battling spiders as she tries to make her way to John, who finds himself showered in critters.
You can watch the full trial at 9PM tonight on ITV to see how the trio got on.
They have a lot to match after Emily Atack, Nick Knowles and Harry Redknapp won all available stars in last night's trial.
They took part in The Wicked Warehouse which saw Nick and Harry strapped down in crates.
Emily then had to pack them with jungle critters, including toads, snakes, spiders and crabs.
Meanwhile, another celebrity will be booted out of camp tonight, becoming the fifth to leave the show.
At the end of the live show on Tuesday night, Dec Donnelly and Holly Willoughby then gathered the celebs to reveal the result.
And with the fewest votes, it was announced that it was Rita Simons who was voted off I'm A Celebrity 2018 yesterday. She follows Sair Khan, Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Noel Edmonds out of the jungle.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues every night at 9PM on ITV.
Catch more from spin-off show Extra Camp which airs each evening immediately after the main show on ITV2.