I’m A Celeb stars battle the elements in brutal cyclone challenge as final nears

I’m A Celebrity’s final four campmates will take part in the show’s iconic Cyclone challenge as it makes its return on Saturday night.

Frankie Bridge, David Ginola, Danny Miller and Simon Gregson will all be subjected to the brutal challenge, which will see them hammered with wind and water in a bid to win stars for their final meal.

I’m A Celeb fans will know the Cyclone challenge well, as each year the final celebrities are tasked with the trial.

A preview of tonight's show sees Simon, Frankie, Danny and David all dressed in colourful capes for the task, coupled with goggles to protect their eyes.

Snaps of the celebs taking part in the challenge see the final four hanging onto large stars with all their strength as they battle gale force winds.

Making things even harder, the celebs are subjected to a tsunami of water, causing the team of four to be swept back down to the beginning of the course.

The challenge comes after EastEnders’ Adam Woodyatt and Olympic diver Matty Lee became the latest to be evicted from the Welsh castle.

Speaking to the show’s hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelley after leaving the Castle,Adam held back tearsas he discussed how he saw the show as a “new start”.

He said: “A bit. I looked at it as…” before pausing and trying not to tear up. He stopped for a moment and then added: “Ooh you got me you bugger”.

"I'd looked at it as if it was going to be a new start. There's a lot of stuff still going on. Mentally, I've sorted myself out. My head was in the right place going in there which is why I've loved it so much."

Adam is currently going through a divorce after having split from his wife Beverley Sharp two years ago.

The pair tied the knot in 1998, and have two grown up children together.

While chatting to Ant and Dec, Adam also gushed about his fellow campmate Simon who he branded as “naturally funny”, and admitted that he was nervous to go on the show.

He said: “Yeah [I was nervous] because I haven't got a script. I've spent 36 years with a script."

"I'm not like Simon. He's just naturally funny, I need somebody to play off which was Simon. We kind of knew each other from before and it helped – but everyone has been amazing."

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