I'm A Celebrity hosts Ant and Dec reckon that this year's celebrities have had it too easy.
So far the group have proved shockingly good at all the Bushtucker trials, almost always bringing home close to a full meal.
In fact, no celebrity at all has yet uttered the show's infamous phrase 'Get Me Out of Here'.
It's meant that they've rarely had to make do with basic rations of rice and beans.
Dec complained this week: "They're doing far too well."
Speaking about the first week, Ant added: "It was less a show about survival; more of a holiday camp with endless buffets."
However the pair suggested that the abundance of food has provided a "nice energy" in the camp.
Ant said: "All of them are doing well."
Dec agreed: "There's a really nice energy about them all.
"It's the first time in a couple of years that they haven't been pitted against each other from the very beginning."
However that's all changed this week with the immunity challenge.
Yesterday evening the camp was split in two after a new task which saw Martin, Adam, Wayne and Sam become Royals while the rest of the celebs became their servant Subjects.
The Royal celebs will win immunity from the first eviction... so long as they can keep their places on their thrones.
In last night's show, hosts Ant and Dec announced a new twist that will see two of the Subjects try and dethrone two of the Royals and win immunity for themselves.
I'm A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV.