I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! hasn’t officially begun and yet former EastEnders’ star Jacqueline Jossa seems to already be finding it difficult. In the first images of the stars the brunette beauty looks overwhelmed by the task at hand as she is seen with her head in her hands.
The mum of two, and wife of TOWIE star Dan Osborne, had to walk across a wobbly-looking plank above The Focus Building in the Australian town of Surfers Paradise. In fairness the bridge is a whopping 334 ft above there ground, enough to make even the bravest of people a little nervous.
This year's task looks even more difficult than last year's as the team of celebrities had to walk the plank, which juts out of the side of the skyscraper, before eventually climbing down the ladder.
But its not just that, the whole thing was a timed exercise and once they had completed the climb they then had to kick a switch with their foot as quickly as they could. It does look pretty terrifying, we’d definitely be screaming “get me out of here” after just one look at the building.
In the promotional video for the show, Jacqueline told the camera that she wouldn’t be finding it easy, stating: "Working on EastEnders was hard but it was in my comfort zone. It was where I came alive, I absolutely loved it. This is like, completely different."
She then went on to list what she was not looking forward to about jungle life, revealing: "I don't like heights, don't like spiders. Not the best swimmer."
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne
"I don't really know why I'm doing the jungle actually," she added before joking: "Any time to… Can I get out still?"
But her list of phobias doesn't stop there, as she goes on: "No bungee jumping. Never. Never. Ever!"
Finally, Jacqueline admits that she screams at the sight of spiders in the house because she "just doesn't like creatures."
She previously stated that she is going on the show to prove to viewers that she isn't a "doormat" after previous troubles with her husband Dan Osborne.
The stunning star said: "I think people think I am a pushover or a doormat. I also think some people pity me. I want to show I am fine, I am up for a laugh and that I will go for it and try my best."
We look forward to tonight then, when the first episode airs…. Good luck Jacqueline!
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