Larry Lamb in charge of I'm A Celebrity 2016 camp after being elected first President

Scarlett Moffatt is ex-EastEnders actor's deputy after first public vote

I'm A Celebrity 2016 contestants: LARRY LAMB

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! viewers have chosen Larry Lamb to be the first Camp President - with Scarlett Moffatt as his deputy.

Once again, leaders will be elected to keep the celebs in check - with the first being decided by public vote.

But before the first President was inaugurated, they were set a mini challenge to line themselves up in the order they thought they came in last night's poll.

It took them three tries to get it correct, revealing that Larry was the winner and Scarlett the runner-up - while Lisa Snowdon finished last.

Therefore, Larry was named President, meaning he's responsible for delegating chores - and has the final say in all camp decisions.

Meanwhile, Scarlett became his Vice President, and seemed thrilled by her role. "I’ve never really had any leadership in any way. I don’t think I can handle all this power!" she joked.

This year there is an added incentive for the campmates to obey - as they will receive ten Dingo Dollars per day for completing the chores properly.

Lisa was appointed the chef, and as he was eager to learn how to cook, Jordan Banjo joined her.

Ola Jordan and Sam Quek took washing up duties, while Adam Thomas and Joel Dommett became the camp cleaners - giving them the task of emptying the dunny.

Finally, Carol Vorderman and Wayne Bridge were handed maintenance. This meant they'd have to boil water, collect firewood and tend to the new allotment - which allows the celebs to grow their own vegetables.

However, it seems it's up to Larry to enforce the roles, as Scarlett doesn't want to make any enemies.

She said: "I’m just going to be really easy on everyone. If anyone hasn’t done their job, I’m going to have to make sure Larry tells them!"

I'm A Celebrity continues on Wednesday at 9pm on ITV, as there's no show tomorrow due to football.

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