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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Petrified Jordan North ‘never been so scared’ as he faces trial in teaser clip

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It looks like Jordan North is set to have another meltdown in tonight’s episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! as he faces a trial with Shane Richie.

After throwing up before even entering the castle in scenes that aired last night, the Radio 1 presenter set himself up to be nominated for The Viper Vault – which will see him buried with snakes.

In a teaser clip, Jordan appeared completely petrified as Ant and Dec read out the rules ahead of the gruesome task.

‘You can stop the trial at any point by saying “I’m a celebrity get me out of here”, but that will stop the trial for you and your partner,’ Ant explained in the video.

‘Any further stars will then be lost.’

Dec added: ‘And, you don’t have to do the trial. You never have to do a trial. You can go back to camp, but you will go back empty-handed. What do you think, Jordan?’

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Jordan covered his face with his hand as Ant and Dec explained the trial (Picture: ITV)

Jordan’s voice wavered as he replied: ‘I genuinely don’t think I’ve ever been this scared in my entire life.’

‘Genuinely?’ asked Dec.

‘Genuinely,’ Jordan confirmed. ‘I mean I don’t like flying and I feel nervous before I get on an airplane, but this…’

EastEnders actor Shane attempted to comfort Jordan, who couldn’t even muster up the courage to finish his sentence, and placed his arm around him.

Only time will tell if Jordan throws up again… or whether he’ll actually stick around long enough to face the trial.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues tonight a 9pm on ITV.


Credit: Original article published here.

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