I’m A Celebrity’s Jordan North vomits as stars abseil into camp in scariest entrance yet

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The cast of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! endured the show's scariest ever entrance into camp when it kicks off tomorrow night.

In pre-recorded scenes, the celebs had to abseil down the cliffs in Anglesey, North Wales, in order to gain entrance into Gwrych Castle, where the show is being filmed instead of the Australian jungle this year due to coronavirus travel restrictions.

The task was so scary that radio DJ Jordan North, 30, actually vomited out of fear before he even went over the edge of the cliff.

His campmate, TV presenter Vernon Kay, was seen rubbing Jordan's back to comfort him.

Radio DJ Jordan North was so terrified of the first I'm A Celebrity task he was sick
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The celebs had to abseil down a cliff
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The abseil is the first part of the task to get to camp, with the cliffs located an hour away from their final destination.

Ahead of the show the celebs had been staying in luxury cottages all over North Wales.

Before the first task they were blindfolded and bundled into cars before changing into their camp clothes.

Jordan did not want to go down the cliff
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It was part of the first challenge to get to camp
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The ten contestants were split into two groups, with Jordan's team including Vernon, 46, EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer, 28, newsreader Victoria Derbyshire, 52, and podcaster Giovanna Fletcher, 36.

An onlooker told The Sun: "Jordan looked completely overwhelmed by the challenge in front of him.

"He had barely put on his harness when he started chucking up. He was told not to look over the edge, but he didn't even get that close. He doesn’t like heights, clearly.

They were clearly terrified by the task in front of them
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The celebs getting their safety gear on
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"Vernon was the first to comfort him. They'd only met minutes before."

Once they got to the bottom of the cliff the celebs were loaded into helicopters, one-by-one, and flown onto the next part of the entrance challenge.

Ant and Dec had been watching the task unfold from their own helicopter.

They made their way to the cliff in tractors
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They left in helicopters to get to the next part of the challenge
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Team two, which was made up of Sir Mo Farah, 38, Beverley Callard, 63, Shane Richie, 56, Strictly dancer AJ Pritchard, 26, and Paralympian Hollie Arnold, 26, took part in a separate task in the Welsh mountains.

A source told MailOnline: "They were definitely doing something in the mountains and it is quite bleak up there.

"However there are also several zip wire centres including on in a cave and another over an old slate mine which goes very fast and is terrifying."

Ant and Dec were reportedly watching the task from their helicopter
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The second team then took ten minutes to drive to Gwrych Castle in Abergele just after 8:30pm on Friday night, it's claimed.

Security guards are patrolling the site at all hours, with locals claiming that anyone who goes near the castle is getting questioned.

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! begins on Sunday at 9pm on ITV.