I’m A Celebrity viewers say show not the same without Ant McPartlin

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Some 11 million people tuned in for the first episode - up 700,000 on a year ago, according to overnight ratings.

"The first day we went down and showed Holly the camp and I said, "This is where we stand" and then I looked round and she wasn't there".

Scarlett was one of the celebrities who took part in the Tomb of Torment, the first Bushtucker Trial of the 2016 series, Meanwhile, Georgia "Toff" Toffolo and Amir Khan took part in Critter-cal Rescue, the first challenge previous year.

"Jokes will come but let her get in the swing first!"

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I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here! continues on ITV.

The trial saw Emily going underground and raiding various snake-filled compartments, before lying in a watery pit with the slippery creatures, all in the hope of earning stars, and therefore meals, for camp.

One viewer said they were "so sad watching I'm a celeb and not seeing Ants wee face", and another said: "The only reason I watch I'm a celeb is to hear the patter from Ant & Dec, will be weird without Ant".

And fans have predicted this won't be Emily's last encounter in the trial clearing, with one viewer posting: 'Watch Emily be the new Helen Flanagan, she'll be doing every trial for the next 10 days'.

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The Inbetweener's star took on "The Viper Pit" during Monday night's show (19/11) during which she was bitten by a python as tried to win stars for her campmates.

We heard how Harry shares a physio with a Royal of the same name, but without realizing responded to Royal's greeting with "You alright mate", thinking he was an ex-player of his, but soon found out from the receptionist it was Prince Harry. Hilariously he did not realise it was Princess Beatrice until she revealed that name of the Queen's horse.

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

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