Yesterday the ITV jungle show's contestants were feeling positive as they woke up for the first time since the rival Croc Creek and Snake Rock camps were reunited.
"The mood this morning, just waking up and seeing everyone, it’s just so lovely," commented Jennie McAlpine.
"It’s so lovely to hear everyone’s voices," added Toff. "We were getting a little down in the other camp so it’s good to be back."
Jamie was also thrilled to be back in Stanley's company, telling him it was "such a pleasure to wake up this morning and see your wonderful face".
Although it's almost a week in to the series, Stanley is still learning what his fellow campmates are famous for.
Yesterday the politician had a chat with Toff about Made In Chelsea after admitting a lack of knowledge about the structured reality format.
"It’s synonomous with heartbreak, friendships and living in Chelsea," explained Toff.
"So they film you going out on your normal day?" replied a puzzled Stanley. "I’ll watch it, where do you find it?"
Toff told him the show airs on E4, but it seemed Stanley was even puzzled about Channel 4's sister network, asking: "…E4? Okay."
Recalling the conversation later in the Bush Telegraph, Stanley laughed: "Truth be told, I knew nothing about Made in Chelsea.
"It was very interesting for me to find out that TV cameras can sit around all day and watch people do virtually nothing – as they are here!"
If Made In Chelsea surprises him, wait until he finds out about Geordie Shore…
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs nightly on ITV.