Ant and Dec had teased the Stranded trial on Monday night's episode (14 November). The four boys will be split into two and will have to work with morse code and boy, it does NOT sound easy.
Revealing who has been voted to take part by the public on I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp, Vicky Pattison told viewers: "We can exclusively reveal that the campmates who have been chosen for this task are... Adam, Joel, Wayne and Jordan."
Joe Swash then said: "All the boys. They've got on so well in the last couple of days, it's going to be really intersting to see if they are able to cope together like the others did the other day [in the first trial] when they were holding hands."
Stacey, meanwhile, said she was "really surprised" at the trial lineup, but did say: "I'm really surprised, although Jordan is the person I want to see. All those girls held him together in that trial... he was a mess."
"Wayne will be interesting," Joe added. "We haven't really seen much of Wayne. We've seen him having some deep conversations, but seeing him with the boys and how he gets on with a trial could be good."
Vicky, meanwhile, chipped in: "I personally think they make the best looking boyband ever."
So what does Stranded entail?!
Stacey spoke to a member of the I'm A Celeb team and they revealed: "It's all about morse code. It's been a really big one for us, it's a site which is over two hours away. Two celebrities are manning a light and we've given them words and they'll be signaling those words to two celebrities stranded in the Bushman's lodge.
"They are then transferring those into sounds that will go straight back to camp where two celebs will be listening in to try and work out the words for food.
"It's like Chinese whispers morse code."
They definitely do not make it easy for the campmates, do they?!
Vicky then revealed that Wayne and Jordan will be the two celebs in charge of the light, while Joel and Adam will be in the Bushman's lodge with all the critters.
Fans will also get to see Scarlett Moffatt and Carol Vorderman take on the first eating trial of the series: the Big Bush Bake Off. The girls had to eat jungle delicacies for stars and that included camel nipples.
I'm A Celebrity airs nightly on ITV.
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