I’M A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans were horrified this evening as Jordan North vomited before the first task.
It didn’t take long for the 30-year-old DJ to struggle on the gruelling ITV reality show as he threw up in the surrounding grass area.
Jordan threw up just minutes into the show’s launchCredit: Rex Features
The celebrities had been told that they will need to abseil down a cliff to collect their bags before moving into the castle.
Waves of orange-yellow vomit was seen shooting out of his mouth, leaving fans at home feeling queasy.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: “Why on earth did we need to watch Jordan being sick? That seemed entirely unnecessary.”
Jordan was mortified by the moment
Fans were left feeling queasy by the vomit
Another joked: “How’s Jordan throwing up before they’ve even done anything, even Gillian McKeith got through the first 10 minutes ffs.”
One more tweeted: “No way has Jordan been sick on I’m a celeb after 5 mins only meeting the group.”
The star later shared his embarrassment at the moment, saying: “I can’t believe I was sick, I’ve only been here five minutes and I’m puking up already.”
However, he managed to power through his fear and completed the trial in the end – with all 10 celebrities retrieving their bags.
Fans joked that Jordan will now be voted to do all of the trials
He managed to abseil down the cliff in the endCredit: Rex Features
But fans warned that Jordan’s dramatic reaction to the task could put him at risk of being voted by the public to do this year’s Bushtucker Trials.
One fan wrote: “We all know Jordan’s the one that’s gonna get voted to do all the trials.”
Another agreed: “Jordan has set himself up for disaster by throwing up. He is going to get voted for everything now #ImACeleb”.
I’m A Celeb fans were thrilled with the return of the ITV reality show this evening, with Jordan and nine other stars making their way into camp for the first time tonight.
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