ANT and Dec were spotted hysterical in Australia at the start of filming for I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!
The presenting duo were spotted filming the long-running series as the first batch of celebrities took part in the inaugural trial.
The Walk The Plank trial is a fan favorite among viewers of the ITV reality show and has been renamed The Ledge for this year’s series.
The task tests the celebrities to their limits at the start of what is sure to be a tough few weeks in the jungle.
The infamous height test has been missing from I’m A Celeb screens after the series was forced to relocate to Wales during the pandemic.
But the haunting song made a glorious return for the first series set in Australia after a two-year stint in the UK.
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Celebrities were strapped into harnesses and dangled from a 32-storey building after conditions were hampered by high winds.
Lioness Jill Scott, 35, and Newsreader and Loose Women presenter Charlene White, 42, took a terrifying dive as they were seen suspended in mid-air.
It comes after The Sun revealed that Gogglebox star Babatunde Aleshé has dramatically backed out of the mind-boggling challenge after a full 45 minutes of discussion.
As the stars were strapped into their harnesses, viewers discovered how nervous they all looked.
But as Charlene and Jill walked calmly to the bottom of the table, Babatunde remained standing with his head in his hands.
One viewer said: “Babatunde was really struggling during The Ledge and everyone felt for him.
“It is truly a daunting task and no one can understand the magnitude of it until you are there.
“Jill and Charlene were really encouraging Babatunde, but to no avail.
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“He sat there thinking and wanting to do it for almost an hour, but in the end he chose not to do it.
This year the show has been deliberately brought forward to make room for the World Cup schedules later in the month.
As part of this year’s extravaganza, the format features new trials and big twists and will see half the stars isolated on a desert island before heading off to camp.
I’m a Celebrity starts this Sunday at 9pm on ITV.
Comedian Babatunde Aleshé and lioness Jill Scott also took on the height challenge[/caption]
Jill (left) and Charlene (right) took the plunge after being suspended 32 stories in the air[/caption]