Jordan North faced another trial in tonight's I'm A Celebrity 2020 as he took on the 'Trapped Door'.
Jordan had to travel down a secret tunnel crammed with critters and packed with precious stars.
In last night's show hosts Ant and Dec went into the castle camp to reveal Jordan had received the most votes from viewers to take part in the challenge.
Arriving at the trials area, Jordan told Ant and Dec he was terrified as they explained the Trial to him.
Ant told him "Inside the underground tunnel you need to lie flat on a trolley and use the rope which is above you to manoeuvre your way through the tunnel which contains a series of stars. When you find the stars you have to stop the trolley and work out how to release each star."
Dec continued. "There are 12 stars hidden in there. Each one equals a meal for camp tonight. When you do reach a star get it in your star bag and keep it there. Only stars in your bag at the end of the trial will count. You've got 12 minutes to find 12 stars."
Jordan told Ant and Dec that he didn't like confined spaces and that he didn't even get into lifts. But he added: "This whole process has been a massive confidence booster for me. I was scared of everything. I've done everything now. I'm going to give it a go."
Jordan stepped through the trap door and positioned himself on the trolley.
He pulled himself through the tunnel on the search for stars as maggots, mealworms crickets and cockroaches rained down from above.
At the end of the task when he counted the stars, Jordan discovered that he'd won all twelve.
"I cannot believe I got 12 stars. I'm chuffed to bits. I can't wait to go back to the camp and tell the guys" said Jordan.
"I only got 12" he joked when he returned.
Jordan said “I'm absolutely buzzing. Let me tell you. There's no better feeling coming back to camp on your own and telling all your campmates you got 12 stars. Their reaction was better than what I imagined. I'm elated. I'm so happy."
Fronted by Ant and Dec, I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs each night on ITV.
As a result of the ongoing pandemic, this year's show will come from Gwrych Castle in North Wales.
Alongside the main series, you can stream spin-off The Daily Drop via ITV Hub each morning from 7AM.