I'm A Celebrity star Kate Garraway is seen screaming in terror as she's pummeled by water canons in Celebrity Cyclone.
Kate, 52, is taking part in the fan-favourite challenge in tonight's show along with fellow campmates Jacqueline Jossa, Andrew Whyment and Roman Kemp.
In a first look at the wet and wild task, the GMB star struggles to stay on her feet as she's hit by water jets on two sides.
She's trying to collect stars in the first part of the challenge as Jacqueline, 27, cheers her on from the sidelines.
The video also shows hosts Ant and Dec barking instructions to Kate through a megaphone as she slips and slides across the plastic sheeting.
Celebrity Cyclone is often cited as the show's most-loved challenge by viewers, but it's less fun for the stars taking part.
Many viewers were disappointed to see Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle voted off last night as they were convinced they would have aced the challenge.
The full challenge will be shown in tonight's episode as the last four celebrities battle for a place in the final.
Last night's episode was mired in controversy as Caitlyn was left standing on her own on the bridge when none of her famous family went to greet her.
Caitlyn, 70, has spent three weeks in the jungle and finally left the show last night.
Stars of the series are always met by their loved ones at the end of the bridge for an emotional reunion.
However, none of Caitlyn's famous family flew to Australia to meet her so she was left standing there all alone.
It has since been revealed that her former campmate James Haskell went down to the studio to welcome her back from the jungle so she wouldn't be totally by herself.
It's been revealed that her daughters, Kendall and Kylie, have jetted off on holiday instead of heading to Australia to support her.
Fans have expressed their outrage on social media and vowed to boycott the family's reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and all their beauty lines, including Kylie Cosmetics.
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