Ian Wright took on the latest Bushtucker Trial in tonight’s instalment of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly explained the Trial was called Hell-Evator and would take the pundit to three different levels of a secret bunker. However after setting himself a personal target of stars to achieve, Ian confessed to Andrew Maxwell that he could no longer stay in the jungle.
The ITV campmates were shocked to discover Ian would be doing a Trial as they expected to be told one of them would be leaving the jungle.
Jacqueline Jossa realised Ian wasn’t feeling too great about the Trial as he remarked: “Happy Ian please.”
James Haskell added: “It’s important because your mood affects everyone.”
Explaining why he felt down, Ian said: “It’s the first one I’m doing on my own and the problem with that is that I normally have someone to bounce off.”
I'm A Celebrity 2019: Ian told Andrew he'd had enough (Image: ITV)
I'm A Celebrity 2019: Ian's not happy (Image: ITV)
In the latest Trial, Ian was in a Hell-Evator which took him to a level where he had to get out and search for stars.
Once his set amount of time in that particular level was up, Ian had to get back inside the lift and go to another level.
As Adele Roberts became the first celebrity to exit the jungle, Ian had to find as many stars as he could out of a possible 11.
In the first level, Ian had to search for stars while surrounded