Viewers who’ve been missing the I’m A Celeb campmates since the show ended on Sunday will be delighted to have the stars back on their screens this evening.
Tonight, ITV will broadcast the Coming Out show, which reveals behind the scenes footage of what the celebs got up to after leaving the jungle as they return to a life of luxury at a posh hotel.
But it’s not all smiles at being reunited with their families and let lose on an all you can eat buffet.
For one campmate, their world came crashing down upon their exit after they discovered they had been accused of bullying.
In scenes that will air on the spin-off show, Rebekah Vardy will be seen in tears crying into the arms of her father after she discovers she’s been portrayed in a bad light.
She became the third celebrity to be voted off after viewers thought she was in cahoots with Jamie Lomas, Amir Khan and Dennis Wise and was “bullying” Iain Lee.
She made matters worse on her exit when she told Joe Swash in her first Extra Camp interview that she thought the radio host was “fake”.
The wife of England star Jamie Vardy accused Iain of having a game plan and pretending to be something he’s not.
Viewers slammed her comments and branded her a “sour-faced bully” for being mean to Iain when he had been open about suffering from social anxiety.
There were even calls for her to be dropped from the mental health charity she’s an ambassador for because of her lack of understanding.
On tonight’s I’m A Celebrity Coming Out, the WAG will be seen sobbing when she sees how her words and actions have been interpreted.
When Dennis Wise also leaves the camp, she tells him: “I came out to the biggest s*** storm.
“And you know I don’t get upset about things and you know I’m really strong but I actually cried in the car.
“It really upset me. Something so strong has been said about not just me.”
The mother insists she’s not a bully and the footballer agrees with her, equally perplexed by why viewers thought Iain was being badly treated.
Dennis said: “I am gobsmacked with it. The reason being is because this is not the case. I’ll be surprised with Iain if he doesn’t clarify all of this.”
Upon his exit, Iain did say he never accused anyone of being a bully as he appeared on Extra Camp.
He said he had never used the word as Amir Khan shouted at him from the wings: “We’re not bullies.”
The boxer then told him “we’ll talk about it later”.
So just how did that conversation go? Hopefully we’ll find out on tonight’s show which airs on ITV at 9pm.