Harry Redknapp tackles the next Bushtucker trial on I'm A Celebrity 2018 tonight.
With viewers continuing to vote who to keep in the camp, it's down to the celebs to decide who should do each trial.
And tonight, both Harry Redknapp and Emily Atack put themselves forward for the trial.
Called Repvile Centre, just the one contestant was required and Harry was the one who took part.
He went down to the trial clearing where Holly and Dec were waiting for him.
Holly explained: “This is the Jungle Repvile Centre, you have 10 minutes to make your way through the tanks collecting the 5 stars as you go.
"Each star requires a magnet to release it, you’ll find the magnet buried in the hell holes in the back walls of the tanks. As soon as you’ve got one, use it to slide the star along the shelf and grab it.”
You can watch a first look at the trial in the video above.
Tune in to the main show at 9PM tonight on ITV to see how Harry gets on.
Last night's (Thursday) latest trial saw Fleur East and James McVey take on a task called Ding Dong Merrily Up High.
Dressed as a blind-folded Rudolph and Santa, they had to make their way along an obstacle course suspended above the jungle.
James, who was blindfolded, had to collect presents by following Fleur's instructions, before throwing them to her to win meals for camp.
The pair won four of the six stars up for grabs.
Meanwhile, the latest elimination tonight will see a seventh celebrity contestant leave.
At the end of the previous live show on Thursday night, the sixth celeb went home.
With the fewest votes over the past 24 hours, it was announced that it was Nick Knowles who would be leaving camp. He follows Anne Hegerty, Rita Simons, 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.