Life in the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! jungle can take some getting used to for many of the show's stars.
And it certainly seemed former England footballer Jill Scott, 35, was struggling to adjust after arriving in Australia this week.
The retired sportswoman was seen falling straight out of her camp hammock during the opening episode of the new series on Sunday night.
Oops! Jill Scott, 35, was struggling to adjust to life in the jungle after she fell out of her hammock on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! on Sunday
Jill attempted to carefully climb into the sling for it to instantly spin and chuck her out onto the ground with a thud.
Visiting the Bush Telegraph after her mishap, Jill said: 'Oh, God! The hammock!
'What I've actually realised is, somebody has to sleep in that. I can't even lie in it. I'm going to have to sleep on the floor.'
Mishap: Jill attempted to carefully climb into the sling for it to instantly spin and chuck her out onto the ground with a thud
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! put this year's contestants straight to the test as they faced nerve-wracking heights and creepy critters.
The launch episode on Sunday night saw a new batch of 10 celebrities enter the Australian jungle for the first time since 2019, as the past two years were shot at Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Among them were pop star Boy George and Love Island star Olivia, who were revealed as the public's vote to become Jungle VIPs, but this was not as luxurious as it first appeared as they later discovered this meant 'Very Isolated People'.
Tough choice: Jill joined Babatunde who was unable to complete the 'Walk The Plank' task, shouting 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' and returning to the roof
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly also confirmed there will be two extra arrivals to the camp and poked fun at former health secretary Matt Hancock, expected to be one of them.
Dec joked that they had managed to keep the identities a complete secret', adding: 'You are going to be surprised, guys. We are going to be rolling out the welcome mat for them soon', stressing the word 'mat'.
Kicking off the series in style, Olivia, Chris, Loose Women star Charlene White, comedian Babatunde Aleshe and former England footballer Jill Scott arrived by a luxury car at a waterside villa on the Gold Coast.
Fear: The comedian was unable to walk to the end and called 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' and walked backwards to the roof of the building to return to safety
After the arrival of Ant and Dec, the duo revealed Olivia has been voted as a Jungle VIP and she was allowed to choose one person to join her for a meal - she picked Chris.
The reality TV star said: 'I am equal parts flattered and unnerved the public voted for me to be a VIP... I'man guessing they know more of what that entails than I do.'
The three remaining campmates of Jill, Charlene and Babatunde were whisked off by a helicopter to the Focus building in Surfers Paradise, Queensland, to take on the show's new version of the infamous plank.
High octane: After enjoying their lavish meal together at the villa, Olivia and Chris were seen making their way to the helicopter to complete a skydive
Ant explained that the contestants would have to walk to the edge of the plank 334ft in the air and once all are in position, they must take a step forward onto a ledge so they are leaning forward and they must use a rope to stop them from falling.
They would then have to hold the position for a minute and then release their supporting rope which will send them plunging from the ledge in order to each win a coveted star, each one equating to one meal.
Charlene was up first and steadily walked to the end of the plank and waited for Babatunde to join her who was urging himself on to 'just go'.
Mid air: Olivia was seen attached to a professional skydiver while the helicopter was seen hovering above them in the air
However, he became the first to say 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' and backed out.
Charlene was finally joined by Jill, who later admitted she was 'really scared of heights', and they completed the 60 seconds before both let go of the rope to complete the task and therefore earning two stars for camp.
Speaking about why he chose to forfeit his go and star, Babatunde said: 'I said I was determined to be here. I wasn't determined to be there (pointing to the plank).'
Elsewhere, after Olivia and Chris enjoyed their meal they got a taste of the high life as they were tasked with jumping out of a chopper at 10,000ft.
Action packed: Chris was seen falling through the air after Olivia had jumped out the helicopter while she waited for him on the ground
After completing the jump first, an emotional Olivia said: 'Oh my God I'm crying, that's the most amazing thing I've ever done, ever. That is incredible. Top 10 experience of my life. Just amazing.'
Joining her on the beach, Chris, who is not a fan of heights, added: "I'm so happy to be on the ground. Seriously, I'll eat a sheep's anus any day rather than do that again.'
Meanwhile, arriving one-by-one by boat to a marina was Boy George, rugby player Mike Tindall, Coronation Street's Sue Cleaver, TV presenter and property expert Scarlette Douglas and Hollyoaks' Owen Warner.
As Ant and Dec showed up on boat, they announced that Boy George was the second Jungle VIP voted in and he chose Scarlette to join him for a meal for two on a yacht.
VIPs: Boy George and Scarlette finished their meal and they were then tasked with rowing to meet Chris and Olivia on their remote desert island
The presenting duo also poked fun at Boy Gorge when introducing his arrival, dancing to Do You Really Want To Hurt Me by his band Culture Club, before telling viewers their answer to the question in the song title was 'yes'.
The remaining campmates - Mike, Sue and Owen - were helicoptered into the jungle and put to the test on the 'Critter Cruise' where they had to each try and secure a star from a boat's mast by completing a challenge.
Among the obstacles to unlocking the stars was a code which Mike had to break and a 'hell hole' of critters where Sue had to search for fish eyes.
Meanwhile, Owen had to get into a pip and search through bugs and grime to find hex keys to unlock a grate. This secured all three stars to take back to camp.
On air: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! continues on ITV1 on Monday at 9pm
The Jungle VIPs finally united with one another after Boy George and Scarlette had to row their way off the yacht on a dinghy to join Olivia and Chris on an island.
The group then discovered they were actually 'Very Isolated People' and would spend tonight marooned on the island together and tomorrow they would take on the first trial of the series before they could join their fellow celebrities in camp.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! returns on Monday at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub.
CLAIM TO FAME: Legendary pop star
PHOBIAS: Being scared
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? No, I am going straight into the jungle from playing at various festivals and gigs
ROLE IN THE CAMP: In-house dietician reassuring everyone that they will be ok on the jungle diet. And entertainer - I will sing!
BEST ATTRIBUTE: I am a very positive person and I don't bear any grudges
DREAM CAMPMATE: It would be funny if my ex, Jon Moss, comes on the programme -but I don't think that will happen!
CLAIM TO FAME: Radio DJ
PHOBIAS: I am petrified of heights. I ended up carrying the bags when we took my girlfriend's niece once to Go Ape as I am so petrified!
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? A friend's birthday, a wedding, and Leeds United matches
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Entertainer. Hopefully I can help shorten everyone's boredom.
BEST ATTRIBUTE: Hiding food! I am going to fly out early and sneak into the jungle and hide pot noodles everywhere, then I will be everyone's best friend!
DREAM CAMPMATE: Ant and Dec…let's see how they cope for 24 hours!
CLAIM TO FAME: Playing Eileen Grimshaw in Coronation Street
PHOBIAS: Don't be ridiculous! I am not going to admit to what I fear most!
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? Coronation Street and we are expecting another grandchild any day, so hopefully it will arrive before I fly out to Australia.
ROLE IN THE CAMP: I will be more of a mum – that is where I will naturally fit.
BEST ATTRIBUTE: I can cook and I am a good listener, so hopefully I will be a friendly ear for everyone.
DREAM CAMPMATE: Good Morning Britain's Richard Arnold. He is my TV husband and it would be lovely to have an ally in camp!
CLAIM TO FAME: Presenter of A Place In The Sun
PHOBIAS: Spiders. There is no point in lying about it! I've got an irrational fear about them
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? Just a holiday which I can postpone
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Mum, cook and morale booster. I always like to look at the positive side in life
BEST ATTRIBUTE: I can cook and I will be good at making sure everything is tidy in camp
DREAM CAMPMATE: Mo Gilligan. He is hilarious and I totally fancy him!
CLAIM TO FAME: Comedian
PHOBIAS: I am scared of absolutely everything. Snakes, rats - I am fearful of them all and I am dreading the trials
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? I was going on tour but we've postponed it now until next year
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Tension breaker. If I can break tension anywhere it starts up in the camp, then I will do that. We don't need to be bickering as it will be a first-time experience for everyone
BEST ATTRIBUTE: Hopefully I will bring some humour to the camp
DREAM CAMPMATE: I am a big Arsenal fan and so any ex-Arsenal player would be great. I am looking forward to chatting to Ant & Dec about football
CLAIM TO FAME: Rugby Union player and married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara Tindall
PHOBIAS: I haven't admitted to having any phobias but in a weird way, I am looking forward to taking part in the trials!
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? My podcast series and the rugby Internationals this autumn
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Morning motivator. I would like to see everyone get on well and us all have a great experience
BEST ATTRIBUTE: I am a positive person
DREAM CAMPMATE: Samuel L Jackson would be cool. He has lived the life!
CLAIM TO FAME: Playing Romeo Nightingale in Hollyoaks
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? I am a big fan of football so I will miss watching the start of the World Cup
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Entertainer and games coordinator
BEST ATTRIBUTE: It is definitely not my cooking skills or brains!
DREAM CAMPMATE: Any of the Leicester City starting 11!
CLAIM TO FAME: ITV newsreader and Loose Women anchor
PHOBIAS: I am not sure what my fear factor will be because I've never had rodents, spiders and snakes crawling all over me!
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? My children's annual school ball which I am gutted about
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Mum and cook. I don't mind falling into that position
BEST ATTRIBUTE: I like to listen and talk. I love learning about people and I have a natural curiosity for people
DREAM CAMPMATE: Colin Murray and Richard Osman
CLAIM TO FAME: Retired England Lioness
PHOBIAS: I don't like rats and the thought of being underground fills me with fear!
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? The Men's World Cup. I am going to find it weird not being able to know how the men are getting on in the tournament. Hopefully they will still be in the tournament when I come out of the jungle
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Helping hand. I like to help people if they aren't having a good day
BEST ATTRIBUTE: Hard worker. I will always find a way to add value. I am also very honest
DREAM CAMPMATE: Another sports person would be great as it would be someone to bounce ideas off.
CLAIM TO FAME: Love Island star
PHOBIAS: I hate the dark so I'm keen to avoid any challenges in the darkness
MISSING ANY BIG OCCASIONS? No, had the show been on air any later, I could have missed my sister's wedding
ROLE IN THE CAMP: Clown. I was always the class clown at school and I love having a laugh
BEST ATTRIBUTE: I don't take myself seriously and I have got a good sense of humour
DREAM CAMPMATE: A pop legend like Dolly Parton who has amazing stories to tell