Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo got to satisfy her craving for crisps yesterday after she joined forces with Kezia Dugdale for a Dingo Dollar Challenge on I'm A Celebrity 2017.
The duo were sent to a lake, where a suitcase and a Walkman had been placed on a pontoon.
Surrounding the pontoon were various inflatables and the flags of European countries.
One person had to relay the foreign phrases on the Walkman, which translated to objects situated nearby on the shore.
Their teammate had to swim to the flags and translate the phrases, before placing the matching objects in the suitcase.
Eventually, Toff and Kez successfully completed the task and took their Dingo Dollars to the Outback Shack.
At the Made In Chelsea star's suggestion, they traded the loot for salt and vinegar crisps, turning down ice lollies.
Of course, the other campmates had to correctly answer a question before she could get her hands on the loot.
Kiosk Keith called Croc Creek to ask: "What percentage of British men say they participate daily in cooking and housework - 36% or 50%?"
Iain Lee immediately claimed the answer was 50%, but the women weren't so sure.
"If you asked my Dad if he did any household chores, he’d have gone, 'yes, yes, I always help'," said Shappi Khorsandi.
The comedian then jokingly mouthed: "He does nothing."
Nonetheless, the camp submitted 50% as their answer - and fortunately, it turned out to be correct.
Toff was elated to bring the crisps back. "Oh my goodness, from the minute I got in here, I’ve been thinking about crisps," she exclaimed.
"Now we've got some, I can’t believe it. This is the best day ever!"
She wasn't the only happy celeb, with Amir Khan adding: "It was so mouth-watering.
"Honestly, this is when you start appreciating little treats like this. We all enjoyed them."
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs nightly on ITV.