Im A Celeb cast anxious as they get ready to enter jungle in helicopter dive

Some of the I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! cast members were seen looking anxious as they boarded a helicopter for the famous dive into the jungle.

This year's celebrity line-up has started filming for the annual ITV show this week before the series launches on Sunday night (November 5) – and there's already been plenty of drama.

Now, Babatunde Aléshé, Charlene White and Jill Scott have been photographed at an airfield boarding a helicopter.

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They are the first trio of the line-up to head into the jungle today (November 5), and onlookers reported them looking "excited and anxious".

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The three campers got onto a helicopter at Murwillumbah Airfield, each wearing the show's trademark uniform of red trousers and a khaki shirt.

An onlooker said: "Seeing them in their jungle gear really brought home the show is back here in the jungle and we are well underway.

"These three are in a privileged position to be the first ones back after three years away but they looked a mixture of excited and anxious at times."

The same trio has been the centre of attention the past few days, as they were also photographed filming a challenge called The Ledge at the top of the Focus building on Australia's Gold Coast.

While Charlene and Jill faced their fears and walked to the end of the plank over the side of the building, Babatunde bottled it.

The funny-man was seen holding his head in his hands while his co-stars battled on.

There are three groups heading into the jungle at different times and the full line-up of 10 might not meet until the start of the week.

But once they're in the camp they will be treated with some major changes – including bunk beds and a motorhome complete with luxury beds.

It is believed that the VIPs who will get to stay in luxury have already been decided, but it's not necessarily a good thing.

In this case, VIP stands for Very Isolated Person, and it's thought that those selected will be forced to spend a night or two on a deserted island before entering camp.

I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! launches on Sunday night at 9pm on ITV


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