This Morning stars wish Josie Gibson good luck as she confirms her I'm A Celeb ... trends now
However Holly Willoughby, 42, who presented alongside Josie, 38, on numerous occasions, remained notably silent after quitting the ITV show last month when an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her was exposed.
Tuesday's instalment also featured a pre-recorded video message from Josie, 38, as she prepared to jet off down under.
Saying: 'Hello you guys, so the rumours are true! I am heading to the jungle.... just arrived at Heathrow Airport now. I have said an emotional goodbye to Reggie [her son] and I keep thinking to myself 'What have I done? What have I signed up for?''.
Down under: This Morning's stars have broken their silence after co-host Josie Gibson, 38, was confirmed as a campmate on the latest series of I'm a Celebrity ...Get Me Out of Here!
MIA: Holly Willoughby (R) who has presented alongside Josie (L) on numerous occasions, remained notably silent after quitting the ITV show last month when an alleged plot to kidnap and murder her was exposed (pictured together last month)
'I'm just hoping that I am a survivor but thank you for all your support! I just hope I get through this because I cannot stand creepy crawlies, I don't like heights, I don't like rats and I don't like snakes, so wish me luck!'.
Meanwhile Rylan said: 'She's so nervous but I think she's going to be brilliant!'.
While Cat gushed: 'She's so brave!'.
Rylan added: 'I think I speak for everyone here when I say we are so excited to watch her in the jungle, it's going to be gold!'.
It comes after Josie shared her secret heartache at signing up to appear on the ITV show, confessing she is devastated at being away from her five-year-old son Reggie for the next month.
When asked at Brisbane airport what she will miss most, she told MailOnline: 'My little boy, he's only five.
'It was emotional [saying goodbye], I can't talk about it.
Josie, who also admitted she was 'excited' to be there, attempted to keep her deal to join I'm A Celeb a secret, insisting that she was in Australia for a weight loss retreat.
You can do it! Rylan Clark , 35, and Cat Deeley , 47, sent their best wishes at the start of Tuesday's episode
Support: Alison Hammond , 48, did the same on social media
Off she goes! Tuesday's show also featured a pre-recorded video message from Josie as she prepared to jet off down under
She said she would happily enjoy the rice and beans that the contestants are given for their daily meal.
Josie didn't rule out winning either, saying: 'I guess we'll have to wait and see, I don't know.'
The host also urged This Morning viewers to tune into the show in her absence.
Speaking of her co-star Craig Doyle, Josie said: 'Ahh he's so lush, I love Craig, he's so nice.
'He's on with Cat Deeley on Wednesday and the Rylan too. So, make sure you don't miss it.
She was seen taking selfies with fans at Heathrow airport yesterday – confirming speculation that she had signed to the ITV show.
Bosses at the channel are said to be very keen to increase her profile following her popularity on their daytime programm. Josie will join the likes of Nigel Farage and influencer Nella Rose - who have already arrived - in Oz.
First Dates star Fred Sirieix is also expected to land in Brisbane in the coming hours.
While other celebrities rumoured to be taking part include jockey Frankie Dettori, singer Marvin Humes, chef Grace Dent, and Britney Spears' younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears.
Pals: Rylan said: 'She's so nervous but I think she's going to be brilliant!' (pictured with Josie on the show)
Girl power: Josie (L) and Alison (R) pictured on This Morning
Throwback: Alison entered the jungle herself back in 2010
However, Josie is the bookies' favourite to be crowned this year's Queen of the Jungle after she won the nation's hearts and votes during her 2010 Big Brother appearance.
Her fun-loving charisma meant the fellow housemates selected her to receive a ticket to the final and Josie won with 77 percent of the public vote - the highest score out of any other series.
She became a household name earlier this year when she stepped in to present This Morning alongside Holly Willoughby after Phillip Schofield was ousted.
The 10 celebrities will be seen for the first time on Sunday night's launch show when they meet Ant and Dec and prepare to kick off three weeks of living with creepy crawlies and Bushtucker Trials.
One controversial campmate this year is former leader of the Brexit Party, Nigel, who will be hoping to mimic the success of Matt Hancock last year, who went from being one of the most despised campmates to finishing in third place.
Camp: This Morning host Josie, First Dates host Fred Sirieix, Hollyoaks star Nick Pickard and singer and actress Jamie Lynn Spears - the younger sister of pop star Britney - are also joining the camp
Yet many would argue that he has more critics than his predecessors, with his controversial political views changing the face of Britain and dividing the nation.
The show begins on Sunday November 19.
Claim to fame: Former leader of the UK Independence Party and leader of the Brexit Party.
Phobias: Nobody likes rats, snakes and I am dreading anything to do with heights.
Biggest misconception you want to dispel?: I have been demonised over the years and so it will be nice to show people I am not nasty.
Role in camp: Lead on starting up plenty of campfire discussions.
Aside from your family, what will you miss the most whilst in camp?: A pint in the pub and the news.
Best & worst attributes: I hope to cheer people up when they are down. Worst? I am impatient and I do snore.