Ex England footballer and coach Stuart Pearce MBE has become the latest celebrity to leave Mission Survive 2016.
It was Day 3 of the 12 day expedition in this evening's show and after Casualty actress Chelsee Healey left in the opening episode last week, six celebs remained.
Together with Stuart they were Les Miserables actress Samantha Barks, former Coronation Street actress Michelle Collins, choreographer and Dancing on Ice judge Jason Gardiner, Grantchester actor Neil Morrissey and Arsenal and England Ladies footballer Alex Scott.
The challenges set by Bear this evening saw the celebs performing a leopard crawl over a deep ravine after butchering and cooking of an antelope.
They later had to hunt for ostrich eggs before navigating their way down the side of a mountain to set up camp.
Stuart became the unofficial leader of the group however Bear warned: "There's a difference between leadership and effective leadership."
He took aim at Stuart's "basic errors" and suggested that the sports coach had led the other celebs astray.
Although the former footie star wasn't the only one criticised by Bear, who branded Neil's physicality "embarrassing" and suggested that Michelle wasn't pulling her weight.
"I've made a decision an the lesson from this journey is learn from nature, listen to Darwin, it's not the most powerful animal that survives, ti's the most efficient," said Bear delivering his decision. "This is Mission Survive and I just don't believe that Stuart you would make it."
"I know as well as you do that the performance I delivered over these few days wasn't good enough," Stuart declared. "I've made some poor decision and they've cost me."
"You've got to lead with your brain not your brawn," Bear concluded.
The decision caused an outbreak of tears among the group with Jason particular upset.
Mission Survive continues Thursday nights at 9PM on ITV.