She'll be facing creepy crawlies and all kinds of gruesome beasties in the bushtucker trials.
But that's not what's worrying former Olympic athlete Fatima Whitbread the most about her stint on I'm A Celebrity Get me Out Of Here.
And the formula appears to have worked as ratings have hit a new high for the series.
Sunday's show - which kicked off a new three-week stint in the Australian jungle - drew an average audience of 11.8 million viewers.
The 90-minute programme, launching its 11th series with its usual hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, enjoyed a peak of 12.9 million viewers.
Both figures were the highest the show has ever achieved for its opening episode, since launching in 2002.
Viewers saw the ten celebrities - including actresses Stefanie Powers and Lorraine Chase, as well as ex-jockey Willie Carson - entering the jungle.
Contestants Mark Wright and Freddie Starr will face a Bushtucker Trial on Monday night following the public vote.
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