I'm A Celebrity viewers have voted for their three favourite celebs to take the lead in the Immunity Games.
Last night's latest episode saw another viewer vote to determine the team captains for a new challenge.
Hosts Holly and Dec introduced the 'Immunity Games' that will see the celebrities compete for immunity from the first elimination.
The 11 celebs will be split into teams for the Games and viewers were asked to vote for the team leaders.
In the live show last ight, Holly and Dec went to camp to reveal that Harry Redknapp, John Barrowman and Nick Knowles had been voted for by viewers as Team Captains.
The trio will take part in a trial called Deadly Dash and the winner will get first pick from the other celebs for their team.
In the Deadly Dash, the three take part in an obstacle course which sees them race from one end of a track to the other.
Along the way they must retrieve a number of stars from boxes of creepy crawlies.
You can see how they get on in tonight's show at 9PM on ITV.
In the previous challenge in last night's episode, Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Sair Khan faced the first eating trial of the series.
Malique and Sair were chosen by the public to do the Bushtucker trial, called Disgusting Deliveries.
They found themselves served up with takeaways meals that included dead mealworms, crickets, cockroaches, raw fish eyes, vomit fruit, cow’s teat, pig snouts and sheep testicles.
Also to be eaten by the pair was pigs anus, camel’s foot, a dead scorpion, flies, mice tails and a sheep’s penis.
Although there were some struggles at times, the pair successfully ate all the meals to win themselves all eleven stars on offer.
“That was absolutely disgusting, I’ve still got bits in my mouth, nasty.” said Malique after the task.
Sair added “I couldn’t have done it if Malique wasn’t there, I needed that motivation. We’ll have such a good day today, everyone will be so happy.”
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here continues nightly at 9PM on ITV. Spin-off show Extra Camp airs nightly on ITV2 straight after the main show.