I'm A Celebrity: Shappi Khorsandi, 44, shows off her curves in a red bikini as she enjoys jungle shower while Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo lathers up in a blue one-piece

It's been a tough few days for the stars in the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! camp.

And Shappi Khorsandi was cooling off in the jungle shower on Tuesday, showcasing her curves in a bright red bikini as she showered alongside her co-star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo.

The comedienne, 44, looked incredible in her polka dot two-piece, which featured bow detailing at the back and a classic cut.

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Cooling down: Shappi Khorsandi was cooling off in the I'm A Celebrity jungle shower on Tuesday, showcasing her curves in a bright red bikini

Cooling down: Shappi Khorsandi was cooling off in the I'm A Celebrity jungle shower on Tuesday, showcasing her curves in a bright red bikini

Lathering up: The comedienne showered alongside her co-star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo

Lathering up: The comedienne showered alongside her co-star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo

Shappi was seen lathering up under the waterfall shower, indulging in a relaxing shower after a tough few days.

Meanwhile, Toff slipped into a blue ribbed one-piece with colourful belt detailing.

The low-cut number made the most of her slim figure as she soaped up under the water.

Bikini: The star, 44, looked incredible in her polka dot two-piece, which featured bow detailing at the back and a classic cut

Bikini: The star, 44, looked incredible in her polka dot two-piece, which featured bow detailing at the back and a classic cut

Relaxing in style: Shappi was seen lathering up under the waterfall shower, indulging in a relaxing shower after a tough few days

Relaxing in style: Shappi was seen lathering up under the waterfall shower, indulging in a relaxing shower after a tough few days

Making a statement: Toff slipped into a blue ribbed one-piece with colourful belt detailing

Making a statement: Toff slipped into a blue ribbed one-piece with colourful belt detailing

Soapy: The low-cut number made the most of her slim figure as she soaped up under the water
Soapy: The low-cut number made the most of her slim figure as she soaped up under the water

Soapy: The low-cut number made the most of her slim figure as she soaped up under the water

Slender: The Made In Chelsea star's swimwear made the most of her toned physique?

Slender: The Made In Chelsea star's swimwear made the most of her toned physique?

The blonde beauty wore her long tresses pulled back from her face with a colourful headband.?

Elsewhere on I'm A Celebrity, Iain Lee triumphantly won 11 stars for camp and show hosts Ant and Dec revealed they were told off by series producers for making light of the Bushtucker Trial Space Your Fears.

The affable duo couldn't contain their giggles as they revealed to Iain that they couldn't get over the challenge's 'terrible' name and how the comedian was about to take off on the space hilariously named the Bush Blaster.?

Natural: The blonde beauty wore her long tresses pulled back from her face with a colourful headband

Natural: The blonde beauty wore her long tresses pulled back from her face with a colourful headband

Hilarity: Elsewhere on I'm A Celebrity, show hosts Ant and Dec revealed they were told off by series producers for making light of the Bushtucker Trial Space Your Fears

Hilarity: Elsewhere on I'm A Celebrity, show hosts Ant and Dec revealed they were told off by series producers for making light of the Bushtucker Trial Space Your Fears

While their attempt to remain professional faded quickly, Ant told a confused Iain: 'It’s 2017, we’re dry on ideas' as he continued to laugh.

Getting in on the fun, Iain fired back: 'Is the real space station held up by ropes?'. To which Ant answered without a moment's breath: 'Have you not seen Gravity?'.

Dec added to the hilarity as they introduced the trial as the 'task of the year' and insisted that it was 'already guaranteed a Bafta and an Oscar'.?

Despite their banter, co-host Dec revealed that the pair had been told off by show bosses for making fun of the sky-high challenge - which saw Iain suspended from a hundred foot zip wire, grappling to collect the coveted yellow stars.?

Triumphant: The affable duo couldn't contain their giggles as they revealed to Iain that they couldn't get over the challenge's 'terrible' name and how the comedian was about to take off on the space hilariously named the Bush Blaster

Triumphant: The affable duo couldn't contain their giggles as they revealed to Iain that they couldn't get over the challenge's 'terrible' name and how the comedian was about to take off on the space hilariously named the Bush Blaster

Funnymen: Dec added to the hilarity as they introduced the trial as the 'task of the year' and insisted that it was 'already guaranteed a Bafta and an Oscar'

Funnymen: Dec added to the hilarity as they introduced the trial as the 'task of the year' and insisted that it was 'already guaranteed a Bafta and an Oscar'

As the show came back from a break, the presenters began apologising to viewers for making fun of the task after confessing they were told off by producers.

Ant began: 'We’ve been a bit rude about the trial tonight, and our producers had a little word with us during the ad break. So we won’t be doing any more of that.'

Dec playfully agreed with much chagrin across his face: 'We're very sorry' as they cheekily looked up to the cameras to apologise some more before breaking into laughter once again.

Despite their telling off, viewers soaked up the pair's witty commentary and endless innuendos during the Space Your Fears Bushtucker Trial.

No laughing matter: Despite their banter, co-host Dec revealed that the pair had been told off by show bosses for making fun of the sky-high challenge - which saw Iain suspended from a hundred foot zip wire, grappling to collect the coveted yellow stars

No laughing matter: Despite their banter, co-host Dec revealed that the pair had been told off by show bosses for making fun of the sky-high challenge - which saw Iain suspended from a hundred foot zip wire, grappling to collect the coveted yellow stars

Joking: While their attempt to remain professional faded quickly, Ant told a confused Iain: 'It’s 2017, we’re dry on ideas' as he continued to laugh

Joking: While their attempt to remain professional faded quickly, Ant told a confused Iain: 'It’s 2017, we’re dry on ideas' as he continued to laugh

Banter: Getting in on the fun, Iain fired back: 'Is the real space station held up by ropes?'. To which Ant answered without a moment's breath: 'Have you not seen Gravity?'

Banter: Getting in on the fun, Iain fired back: 'Is the real space station held up by ropes?'. To which Ant answered without a moment's breath: 'Have you not seen Gravity?'

Viewers enjoyed Ant's comments that the spaceship's thrusters looked like 'the top of a fairy liquid bottle' and his off-the-cuff rendition of David Bowie's Life on Mars.

However, it was the spaceships hilarious name, the Bush Blaster, which really tickled viewers at home who took to Twitter to share their love for the duo and their witty banter.

One viewer enthused: 'Ant and Dec on this trial are making me forget all my problems.??

'There’s a lot of innuendo on I’m A Celeb and I cannot help but laugh at it,' another shared. 'Each time my mum looks at me and just laughs'.?

Hilarious: However, it was the spaceships hilarious name, the Bush Blaster, which really tickled viewers at home who took to Twitter to share their love for the duo and their witty banter

Hilarious: However, it was the spaceships hilarious name, the Bush Blaster, which really tickled viewers at home who took to Twitter to share their love for the duo and their witty banter

A fan shared: 'Anyone else finding it funny that the plane thing on I'm a celeb is called 'bush blaster' cos I'm crying (sic)'.

Another wrote: 'Ant and Dec on I'm a Celeb are hilarious and I don't care for your snobby opinions.'

While a viewer wrote: 'Ant and Dec trying to tell Iain what the trial was without p***ing their pants was the best thing I’ve ever seen on I’m a celeb.'

Jungle terror! Despite their witty mood, Iain successfully won 11 stars during the Space Your Fears task

Jungle terror! Despite their witty mood, Iain successfully won 11 stars during the Space Your Fears task

'Did I'm a celeb call the rocket the f***ing bush blaster?' another wrote. 'Imagine I’m a Celeb without Ant and Dec'.??

Despite their witty mood, Iain successfully won 11 stars during the Space Your Fears task.

The comedian and broadcaster, 44, ?was seen suspended from a hundred foot zip wire, grappling to collect the coveted yellow stars.?

Winner: The comedian and broadcaster, 44, was seen suspended from a hundred foot zip wire, grappling to collect the coveted yellow stars

Winner: The comedian and broadcaster, 44, was seen suspended from a hundred foot zip wire, grappling to collect the coveted yellow stars

Sporting a helmet and full climbing gear, Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly are seen watching the anxious contestant.

'Be very careful you're a hundred feet up in the air', Dec is seen shouting as a harnessed Iain precariously navigates a spaceship-inspired unit hanging off a zipline above the jungle.?

As Iain carefully unscrews a star needed for the task, he shouts: 'Oh god this is a tricky one- I tell you what this doesn't half chafe on the testicles!', causing Ant and Dec to break down in hysterics.

Tense: Sporting a helmet and full climbing gear, Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly are seen watching the anxious contestant as he carefully collects the stars on the precarious rocket

Tense: Sporting a helmet and full climbing gear, Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly are seen watching the anxious contestant as he carefully collects the stars on the precarious rocket

'I'm being careful with this one, don't drop it!' Iain adds to himself, as Ant warns: 'You're three minutes in!'.?

After he collects his fourth star, Iain carefully moves over to the other side of the hanging spaceship, before sticking his hand into a hole.?

As Iain screeches, Dec tells him he has stuck his hands into an ants' next, disturbing the poor critters.

'Be very careful you're a hundred feet up in the air', Dec is seen shouting as a harnessed Iain precariously navigates a spaceship-inspired unit hanging off a zipline above the jungle

'Be very careful you're a hundred feet up in the air', Dec is seen shouting as a harnessed Iain precariously navigates a spaceship-inspired unit hanging off a zipline above the jungle

Oversharing: 'Oh god this is a tricky one- I tell you what this doesn't half chafe on the testicles!' Iain exclaims as he attempts to extract a fourth star from an ants' nest

Oversharing: 'Oh god this is a tricky one- I tell you what this doesn't half chafe on the testicles!' Iain exclaims as he attempts to extract a fourth star from an ants' nest

'Four minutes gone', Ant and Dec warns, as the teaser clip cuts off and Iain grapples with the elusive fifth star.?

After jumping to catch the final star, Iain - who is scared of heights - couldn't contain his delight as he admitted he was proud of himself for the major feat.?

Comedian Iain was a late arrival to the camp, arriving on the 22 November alongside Scottish politician Kezia Dugdale, a day after vlogger Jack Maynard was evicted amid accusations of inappropriate messages.?

On Monday he was seen breaking down in tears and had to be given oxygen by medics after?pulling out of a nail-biting underwater Bushtucker trial.

Countdown: 'Four minutes gone', Ant and Dec warns, as the teaser clip cuts off and Iain grapples with the elusive fifth star

Countdown: 'Four minutes gone', Ant and Dec warns, as the teaser clip cuts off and Iain grapples with the elusive fifth star

Delight: After jumping to catch the final star, Iain - who is scared of heights - couldn't contain his delight as he admitted he was proud of himself for the major feat

Delight: After jumping to catch the final star, Iain - who is scared of heights - couldn't contain his delight as he admitted he was proud of himself for the major feat

And it has been claimed that ITV have jungle psychologists and counsellors on stand-by amid concerns that radio host Iain Lee is finding it difficult to cope with life in the jungle camp, reports The Sun.

A source told The Sun: 'ITV take this sort of thing really seriously. There are always experts on hand, and if Iain or any of the other celebrities need it there is specialist support immediately available from people who know exactly what they’re doing.'

But a spokesman for Iain Lee denied the claims and told MailOnline: 'The producers have already confirmed that specialists are on hand for ALL celebrities. This is standard practice for shows such as I'm a Celebrity, Big Brother or The Island. The idea that they are there purely for Iain is nonsense. The idea that he is on the brink of a breakdown is nonsense.?

Other campmates include boxer Amir Khan, MIC's Georgia Toffolo, actor Jamie Lomas, singer Vanessa White and footballer Dennis Wise, Soap actress Jennie McAlpine, Boris Johnson's father Stanley Johnson, comedian Shappi Khorsandi and WAG Rebecca Vardy.??

Delight: The pair congratulated Iain following his task

Delight: The pair congratulated Iain following his task

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