Holly Willoughby catches the sun after I'm A Celebrity debut

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Get Me Out Of Here! and whilst the This Morning presenter is basically a national treasure, not everyone is thrilled with her performance so far. A spokesperson said to Hello Magazine that Willoughby will not be replaced, and called the notion 'absolute rubbish'.

'I'm A Celebrity' continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

Ant McPartlin and girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett have made a decision to jet out of the United Kingdom in order to escape the spotlight as I'm A Celebrity launches for the first time in its 16-year history without the presenting star.

Atack replied "I would love that" and was then seen giving the sign of the cross before sitting down to pray. Speaking to the camera, she said: "I was praying please keep Emily safe". The favourite to replace her, with odds of 20/1, was former Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt. "So much so that we've slashed the likelihood of her bowing out before the series is over, and returning to our screens alongside Philip Schofield".

As Emily, 28, begins her jungle journey, a tweet from the TV star has resurfaced which saw her criticising 2012 contestant Helen for her reaction to the Bushtucker Trials.

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It comes after there was uncertainty about her future on the show after some viewers gave her presenting debut a negative reception.

That might be down to curiosity, of course, as it's the first series of I'm a Celebrity not presented by Ant, but it's still a pretty promising start.

Donnelly quipped: "And she's already drunk it".

In fact, Holly revealed that the triumphant team would be immune from the next two bushtucker trials, while they will also get to stay in a more comfortable camp and eat a more appetising meal.

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