We already knew this series was HOT.
I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! bosses are preparing for a potential FATAL (WTAF?!) heatwave to hit the jungle.
Extremely high temperatures are sweeping across the east cost of Australia – where I'm A Celeb is filmed – with heights of 44 degrees Celsius.
The town nearest to the jungle in New South Wales is expected to be hit with 35 degree heat and dangerous levels of UV, as well as extremely high humidity levels.
These soaring temperatures have put show producers on high alert. Medical staff are on call to make sure contestants avoid heat stroke.
Show bosses are particularly concerned about Larry Lamb – who at 69 is the oldest (bit still a MEGA babe) campmate – as older people are more likely to be affected by heat stroke.
Apparently it can even be FATAL in really extreme conditions.
Speaking to The Sun a source explained: "Contestants are being told to take extra care to make sure they are drinking enough water and not doing anything too active.
"The older contestants, particularly Larry, could find themselves in bother if they try and do anything too strenuous in that heat."
Let's hope they give him an easy day, eh?
The source continued: "All the contestants need to keep hydrated and be reapplying sun cream regularly. This weather is dangerous and can kill. Even Aussies won’t be out in the midday sun."
HELLO Joel Dommett and Adam Thomas in the shower.
Oh and HI Jordan Banjo and your abs.
But we had no idea temperatures could get so dangerously high.
Find out who will be leaving the Jungle in tonight's I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here tonight at 9pm on ITV.