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I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! fans watched the show like 'proud parents' last night as Jordan North headed to the Bushtucker Trial clearing yet again, but this time with a brave new attitude.
The Radio 1 DJ, 30, has been pretty open about the fact he's scared of everything. He threw up at the prospect of abseiling down a mountain in the first episode of the ITV show, and screamed for his "happy place" when facing Viper Vault.
But Jordan stepped into Thursday night's trial he had a renewed sense of vigour.
"This whole process has been a massive confidence booster for me. I was scared of everything. I've done everything now. I'm going to give it a go," he told Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
And his attitude paid off, as despite some frantic singing and calls for his 'happy place' again, he walked away with a meal for everybody in camp.
The terrifying trial saw him Jordan faced with a tiny tunnel, which he had to navigate through on a pulley, all while joined by creepy crawlies, including mealworms, toads and cockroaches.
And to make matters worse, it came after Jordan revealed he was worse with confined spaces than heights (an issue, considering we all know how heights went for him...)
However, despite the odds he put on his game face and delivered the goods.
And his campmates commented that he seemed like a "completely different person" when he arrived back afterwards. Awww.
"I'm absolutely buzzing. Let me tell you. There's no better feeling coming back to camp on your own and telling all your campmates you got 12 stars. Their reaction was better than what I imagined. I'm elated. I'm so happy," he said afterwards.
"I love Jordan North on the radio and I feel like a proud parent after his 12 star win," one fan wrote after watching Jordan in action.
Meanwhile, another wrote: "Jordan's becoming one of my favourite camp mates in the castle now. i'm so proud of him #ImACeleb".
As a third concurred, writing: "Not me getting emotional over I'm a celeb but proud of our jordan #ImACeleb".
Some other fans even thought that Jordan's transformation from the first few trials alone was enough to bag him King Of The Castle.
"@imacelebrity Jordan has to WIN after all this! He's overcome so many fears he's amazing," one fan wrote.
The real victory for Jordan, though, was that he was spared from doing the next Bushtucker Trial as the public vote was announced.
Instead, Olympian Mo Farah will be tackling the trial, which will be airing live tonight on ITV.
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