Fans react to Holly Willoughby replacing Ant McPartlin on I'm a Celebrity

Fans react to Holly Willoughby replacing Ant McPartlin on I'm a Celebrity

In the end, Emily ended up earning nine stars for the two camps, as well as a pass that would take her from the squalor of Snake Rock to the more hospitable surroundings of Croc Creek.

And another I'm A Celeb fan declared: "Forget Holly she had the easy part, all praise to Em for having the bottle to keep putting her hand back in". That might be down to curiosity, of course, as it's the first series of I'm a Celebrity not presented by Ant, but it's still a pretty promising start.

The 10 celebrities, including Scot John Barrowman, are swapping creature comforts for creepy crawly critters over the next three weeks.

As you can imagine, the task contained snakes, and lots of them.

However, stormy conditions in the jungle causes flooding in both camps, soaking the sleeping areas and giving the celebrities a very damp first night.

Get Me Out Of Here! returned on Sunday with new presenter Holly Willoughby replacing Ant McPartlin at Declan Donnelly's side.

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They face a series of challenges before reaching camp, trying to build a team along the way.

It was also the shows highest viewing figures since 2013. In a statement, she said, "I couldn't be more excited to have been asked to stand alongside Dec for the next jungle adventure".

But Noel Edmonds, set to be a late entrant to camp, reportedly tops that with a £600,000 payday.

An animal rights charity has slammed ITV's "I'm a Celebrity.' following Emily Atack's Bushtucker Trial which they claimed involved the "bullying" of snakes".

Viewers saw the likes of Harry Redknapp, DIY SOS host Nick Knowles, The Chase's Anne Hegerty, ex-EastEnders actress Rita Simons and The Vamps star James McVey arrive in the jungle.

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