I'm A Celebrity 2018 presenter Holly Willoughby set to face a Bushtucker Trial

This Morning star will take on the Celebrity Cyclone with Extra Camp hosts

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Holly Willoughby will round off her series guest-presenting I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! by facing one of the show's most iconic Bushtucker Trials - the Celebrity Cyclone.

Holly has appeared alongside Dec Donnelly on the ITV survival contest this year as a temporary replacement for Ant McPartlin, who's taking an extended break from television.

Her fresh take has made her a hit with viewers and helped win some of the show's highest ratings ever.

With the grand final taking place on Sunday, Holly's one-off jungle stint is about to come to an end.

However, she's going out with a bang, as she's agreed to try one of I'm A Celeb's biggest Bushtucker Trials.

On tonight's edition of ITV2 spin-off Extra Camp, Joe Swash confirmed that the This Morning frontwoman will have a go at the Celebrity Cyclone.

The annual fan-favourite sees four campmates battle high-powered wind machines and torrents of water to hold their places on a slippery slide.

Holly will team up with Joe and his Extra Camp co-hosts Joel Dommett and Scarlett Moffatt to complete the challenge.

"Can't wait, love the Cyclone!" grinned Scarlett.

An insider told The Daily Star: "We never thought that we would even get Holly out to Australia, let alone doing a Bushtucker.

"There won’t be any bugs but it’ll be a treat for viewers.

"We’re going to throw everything at her. Holly’s going to get wet and wild!"

Ant and Dec previously conquered the Celebrity Cyclone themselves in 2011 as part of ITV's Text Santa.

The Geordie boys successfully completed the Trial, earning £100,000 for the charity campaign.

Holly's attempt will come after this year's final four I'm A Celebrity contestants brave the Cyclone.

Emily Atack, Fleur East, Harry Redknapp and John Barrowman will do their best to earn four meals for their penultimate night in the jungle.

Find out whether they're successful in tonight's I'm A Celebrity, at the slightly later time of 9.10pm on ITV.

You can then see how Holly and the Extra Camp gang did at 10.15pm on ITV2.

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