Tory MP Nadine Dorries looks set to be in for a tough time on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, with producers said to be planning a series of embarrassing challenges for her!
The 55-year-old has come under fire from the political world after leaving her Mid-Bedfordshire constituents behind to appear on the reality show, for a reported £40,000 fee.
And according to the Daily Star, ITV will take full advantage of the controversy by setting cringey tasks - with one involving her donning a leotard to perform an imitation of the sexually suggestive video for 'Call On Me' by Eric Prydz.
Nadine - nicknamed 'Mad Nad' - will also apparently have to share a 'love nest' with a fellow camper, and whizz down a kids' slide.
A source said: "If Nadine thinks she can turn the jungle into a Parliamentary debating society she will soon get a shock. It’s going to cause more backlash back home if she is seen dressing in Lycra working out, shacked up with Doctor Who in a den and slipping down a kids’ slide.
"Look how George Galloway ended up a laughing stock when he dressed in Lycra and pretended to be a cat on Celebrity Big Brother."
Nadine has said she wants to use the show to promote her political views, including a campaign to reduce the time limit for abortions from 24 to 20 weeks.
I'm A Celebrity 2012 kicks off tomorrow night at 9.00pm on ITV1.