The I'm A Celebrity 2016 stars are set for a scorching final few days in camp.
Currently seven celebrities remain in the jungle following a week of evictions, with Carol Vorderman the latest to leave last night.
She followed Jordan Banjo, Ola Jordan, Lisa Snowdon and Danny Baker out of camp as we head towards the final this Sunday night.
Those now remaining are ex England footballer Wayne Bridge, comic Joel Dommett, actor Larry Lamb and Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt, Olympic hockey player Sam Quek, soap star Adam Thomas and Homes Under The Hammer host Martin Roberts.
Reports today suggest that they could have quite the final week in camp with a heatwave on its way to the jungle.
According to The Sun newspaper, temperatures could reach close to 50 degrees, with nearest city Brisbane set to bask in 41 degree heat, its highest since Christmas Eve in 2001 when it hit 40 degrees.
It sounds uncomfortably hot and producers are planning to go easy on the celebs with the tasks.
Not that they've exactly had it hard so far this series...
A source said: “Contestants are being told to take extra care to make sure they are drinking enough water and not doing anything too active.
“The older contestants, particularly Larry, could find themselves in bother if they try and do anything too strenuous in that heat.
“All the contestants need to keep hydrated and be reapplying sun cream regularly. This weather is dangerous and can kill. Even Aussies won’t be out in the midday sun."
I'm A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV.