The Real Hustle presenter Jessica-Jane Clement became the latest star to be kicked out of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! -- but revealed she nearly left the jungle after just two days.
The former glamour model, who lasted 17 days in the Australian wilderness, was eliminated last night after netting the smallest number of public votes.
And as soon as she left the camp, Clement revealed to hosts Ant and Dec she was close to quitting the show.
"I thought I was going to walk after two days. I just couldn't hack it. I was really emotional and missing my mum," she said.
However, the bikini-wearing brunette, who is engaged to celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford, revealed she managed to keep her emotions "all inside" and plough on.
Meanwhile, last night's show saw former The Only Way Is Essex star Mark Wright brave stinking bugs and fish guts to win a full set of meals for his fellow campers.
In a draining bushtucker trial, he was forced to stand in a series of pits containing goo while calling on all his strength to turn a wheel to lower boxes with stars while being showered with creepy-crawlies.
As he collected the eighth and final star he moaned: "I have cockroaches crawling up my bum."
Wright later took a shower naked in front of fellow camper Emily Scott as he tried to wash off the bugs and the smell.
"I've got no shame because I stink and I need to wash and I'm getting in butt naked," he told her. Antony Cotton looked to have reached the end of his tether, throwing a series of strops and complaining that life in the jungle was "boring" and "humiliating".
The Coronation Street actor was wound up after tiring of a secret mission to disrupt the camp, as well as seeing his chum Dougie Poynter being put in stocks.
He also threw a hissy fit after Fatima Whitbread told him off for repeatedly swearing.
Cotton failed to see the funny side when McFly star Poynter was put in the stocks by camp "king" Willie Carson for failing to collect fire wood.
He was pelted with sponges for disobeying his orders, but Cotton grumbled: "It's not my kind of fun."