Jordan competed on this year's series of the ITV jungle show, becoming the fourth campmate to get the boot.
And it seems one particular Bushtucker Trial did a number on him - the Tomb of Torment, which saw him locked in a pitch black chamber with Ola Jordan, Sam Quek, Scarlett Moffatt, and thousands upon thousands of critters.
On today's edition of Good Morning Britain, he recalled: "I was laying there, there was cockroaches and mealworms. I’ve got scars on my neck from the rats, where they were scratching!"
The 23-year-old added: "I look back at it and I’m like, 'mate, I don’t even know how I did that'. That’s a different person!"
Jordan appeared alongside fellow Diversity members Ashley Banjo and Perri Kiely to promote their new ITV special, 'Steal The Show'.
Explaining what it involves, Ashley said: "It’s about taking ordinary people and giving them the chance to come and steal the show.
"We rehearse with them, we train them up. These three people take part in the showstopper at the end, a huge performance that involves about 60 people."
The trio includes a postman that went viral online, a Bollywood-loving housewife - and an 81-year-old tap dancer named Alan, whom the group was particularly fond of.
"When I went to surprise him, I was worried, thinking 'will he know who we are', and he actually got really emotional," Ashley explained.
'Diversity presents Steal The Show' airs on New Year's Day at 7.00pm on ITV.
Ashley is also a judge on the broadcaster's new talent contest Dance Dance Dance, which starts on Sunday 8th January.