There was a big twist when it came to the latest elimination in Bear Grylls' Mission Survive 2016 results tonight.
It was week four this evening and those left were Les Miserables actress Samantha Barks, former Coronation Street actress Michelle Collins, choreographer and Dancing on Ice judge Jason Gardiner and Arsenal and England Ladies footballer Alex Scott.
Having moved on from the African Bush to deep into coastal forest the celebs started the day with Bear as they enjoyed a surprise encounter with elephants.
Not long after however the group were faced with their first task – drinking fluid extracted from elephant dung. Bear wants to prove to them that even in the direst of situations – if you keep your wits about you – you will find options. Although we'd have just taken his word for it.
Later on the celebrities were led to a canyon where a thumping waterfall and fast flowing water greets them, making their way to the bottom by jumping off into the pool at the bottom.
Along their journey, the Mission Survive celebs also picked up some rats which they had to prepare in camp that evening.
But after a tiring and stressful day, the strain led to arguments between the celebs as Jason and Michelle rowed over torches.
The next morning the survivors took on their most dangerous mission so far: As well as descending a terrifying 200ft vertical rock face, they had to climb across to the pinnacle, before abseiling down the other side.
It almost went badly wrong for Michelle who failed to follow instructions and almost fell off the safety line.
After everyone safely made their way to the bottom, Bear delivered his latest verdict.
Bear told Michelle she needed to ditch the mistakes and grow in confidence while Jason needed an "edge" in his decision making.
Alex was told she had strength but her leadership skills required work whereas Samantha's timidness was compared to a "mouse" and a "Labrador" when she needed to be a lion.
"I've made my decision, as a group you're surviving because we're helping," Bear stated, "I'm after the person who will move mountains to get me out if I was here on my own injured."
"This is Mission Survive and I'm not sending anyone home today because where I'm sitting I don't yet have a Mission Survivor. I'm giving you all a chance to show me you've got that something special."
Bear Grylls' Mission Survive continues Thursdays at 9PM on ITV.