I’m A Celeb first look sees Sir Mo Farah fall on his bum during his first trial

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I'm A Celebrity is back this evening, with Olympic legend Sir Mo Farah taking on his trial of the series.

Fort Locks sees Mo reaching into slime-filled holes in a grotty looking wall, searching for keys to unlock those precious stars.

Each star means a meal for camp, and the pressures on for Mo after last night saw Jordan North triumph over fear and earn all 12.

"What's in here?!" Mo frets, reaching into one hole.

"Get your hand in!" Dec tells him as Ant struggles to contain his laughter.

Mo takes on the challenge
(Image: ITV)

He manages to fish out the key, opening a grate, behind which the star rests among a swarm of eerie looking critters.

Yesterday's show saw Jordan welcomed back to camp as a hero, despite being forced through a tight tunnel filled with creepy crawlies.

Winning 12 stars, every campmate went to their sleeping bags with full bellies.

Ant and Dec can't help but laugh
(Image: ITV)

It was hit third trial of the series, admitting he knew the public would vote for him after the first episode saw him throw up in fear at the thought of abseiling a cliff face.

And even his mum and mates have been voting for him to take on the daunting tasks.

He's also taken on the notorious eating challenge, as well as Viper Vault, in which he and Shane Richie were locked underground with 30 snakes slithering about them.

The show has been forced to move the Grwych Castle near Abergele in Wales this year.

Jordan's performance was a triumph, winning 12 meals for camp
(Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

The pandemic made it impossible for ITV bosses to pull it off in the usual Australian spot.

And amid fan fretting that the show wouldn't go ahead, they managed to get in green-lit despite the on-set of lockdown.

The Welsh government reasoned that it can be seen as a place of work, and to air a flagship show like I'm A Celeb would help combat the growing lockdown mental health crisis.

Tune in tonight to find out how Mo fares in the rest of the trial.

*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! airs tonight at 9pm on ITV.

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