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He's had a rollercoaster two weeks in the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here camp.

And Ian Wright again had a huge low during Sunday's episode of the ITV show, punching a wall in frustration after failing to win all the stars in his latest Bushtucker Trial.

The ex footballer's mood swings have left the rest of the camp terrified of upsetting him, with Kate Garraway admitting when 'Ian's happy the whole camp gets lifted.'

Tantrum: Ian Wright punched a wall in frustration after failing to win all the stars in his latest Bushtucker Trial on Sunday's I'm A Celebrity

Tantrum: Ian Wright punched a wall in frustration after failing to win all the stars in his latest Bushtucker Trial on Sunday's I'm A Celebrity 

Ian was voted by the public to take part in the Hell-Evator trial during Sunday's episode.

The star screamed his way through the scary trial which saw him searching for stars in multiple rooms, before he grew frustrated by the amount of knots the stars were tied with.

As he struggled to undo several of the stars, Ian repeatedly yelled the task was 'impossible'. Despite eventually gaining seven out of a possible 11 stars, Ian was disappointed, punching a wall before exiting the trial.

Oh dear:  Ian was voted by the public to take part in the Hell-Evator trial during Sunday's episode, screaming his way through the trial

Oh dear:  Ian was voted by the public to take part in the Hell-Evator trial during Sunday's episode, screaming his way through the trial 

Hosts Ant and Dec even joked that they should keep Ian in the elevator 'for awhile, while he decompresses'. 

Following the trial, the TV and radio star said he was disappointed in himself, telling Ant and Dec: 'We will eat but I'm disappointed as I'd set myself a target of eight stars.'

Meanwhile back in camp after they greeted Ian, the star's celeb campmates admitted his mood affected the whole camp. 

'Impossible': The pundit grew frustrated by the amount of knots the stars were tied with

'Impossible': The pundit grew frustrated by the amount of knots the stars were tied with 

Scared: Hosts Ant and Dec even joked that they should keep Ian in the elevator 'for awhile, while he decompresses'

Scared: Hosts Ant and Dec even joked that they should keep Ian in the elevator 'for awhile, while he decompresses'

Talking in the Bush Telegraph, Kate Garraway said, 'Ian wants to be a winner, seven stars is a win but for him he's thinking about the four stars he didn't get, not the ones he did.

'He gets frustrated so when he's feeling down I try and pick him up because when he's happy the whole camp gets lifted.

'When he's down it can have an effect, so I think it's important to keep his spirits up, actually to keep everyone's spirits up.'

Not happy: Following the trial, the TV and radio star said he was disappointed in himself, telling Ant and Dec: 'We will eat but I'm disappointed as I'd set myself a target of eight stars'

Not happy: Following the trial, the TV and radio star said he was disappointed in himself, telling Ant and Dec: 'We will eat but I'm disappointed as I'd set myself a target of eight stars'

Andrew Maxwell, who Ian has repeatedly clashed with on the show, agreed saying, 'He's done a lot of Trials, the Trials take it out of him' adding that he'd be advocating Ian taking as many days off trials as he wants.

Viewers admitted that Ian's mood was putting a dampener on the show, with one fan tweeting: 'Sad that the #imaceleb campmates have to base their day on Ian Wright's mood. He's a grown man. Someone needs to tell him to stop acting like a spoilt child and pamper to his every need and emotion #growup.'

Another added: 'Ian is single handedly ruining the mood of the camp even Kate said it. I've never seen such a miserable camp usually their laughing chatting and having loads of fun.'

Support: Meanwhile back in camp after they greeted Ian, the star's celeb campmates admitted his mood affected the whole camp

Support: Meanwhile back in camp after they greeted Ian, the star's celeb campmates admitted his mood affected the whole camp

Keep him happy: Kate Garraway said, ''He gets frustrated so when he's feeling down I try and pick him up because when he's happy the whole camp gets lifted'

Keep him happy: Kate Garraway said, ''He gets frustrated so when he's feeling down I try and pick him up because when he's happy the whole camp gets lifted'

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