Celebrity Cyclone is making a return to tonight’s episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! including the four remaining campmates.
The celebs will all compete in the fan favourite trial were they will go up against the course to win food for camp.
The campmates will dress up as knights as they take on the trial where they have to get to the other side of the course but have water sprayed at them and balls thrown in their direction.
Tonight’s preview video shows Danny Miller dressed in yellow trying to run across the slippery floor to collect a star from Simon Gregson and place it on his target.
However, it isn’t as easy as that as when all the stars are in their place, the celebs have to stay on the target but then a huge rush of water comes down to move them.
David starts the trial
All four of them, including David Ginola and Frankie Bridge, end up getting pushed by the water to the start of the course so they have to completely start again.
Meanwhile hosts Ant and Dec aren’t giving the contestants any sympathy and instead are watching and laughing from above.
This trial tends to be one of the favourites of viewers of the show, with fans commenting on Instagram that Celebrity Cyclone day is better than Christmas.
One person said: “I know it sounds daft but cyclone day is better than xmas day for me.”
Danny has to go the furthest in the trial
A second fan wrote: “Yessss can not wait can not believe how fast it gone love the show always,” as another added: “This is the best trial.”
Another took to the comments to say: “I would so love a go at this looks so much fun x”
While another said: “Yessss can’t wait for this tonight best part of it all xx”
However, it was thought that the trial could be axed from the show for the first time in years due more trouble from Storm Barra.
The celebs get pushed back by wind and water
Storm Arwen caused a lot of damage to the I’m A Celeb set and the campmates were forced to evacuate because of it being unsafe to stay.
The show was halted for three days, which is the first time this has happened in the history of the show.
A source told The Sun that producers were panicking if they weren’t able to get the challenge up and running.
The remaining four celebs compete in the trial
They said: “Producers are panicking a bit. It’s the centrepiece of the whole series, and what many of the celebrities say is the point in the show they want to get to.
“Production staff are frantically checking the weather ahead off filming it later this week. They’ve got ten different weather apps on the go telling them minute-by-minute updates.”
Despite already being a difficult trial, they worried the water would freeze if the temperature got too low, saying it could be the first time that celebs struggle to complete it.