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I'm A Celebrity left viewers scratching their heads during last night's show after Jordan North loaned his navy water-proof to a campmate.

Fans spotted that West End star Ruthie Henshall was wearing a jacket emblazoned with Jordan's name across the back, prompting some to joke he'd been "replaced" mid-show.

"Is it just me or does that person in Jordan's jacket look nothing like Our Jordan?" one wrote.

After Jordan put to use his skills as a foot masseur, another tweeted: "Ruthie gets 1 foot massage off Jordan and next thing we know she's wearing his jacket."

A third wondered: "Why is she wearing Jordan's jacket?"

Fans were perplexed after Jordan loaned his jacket to Ruthie
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Jordan's on Cloud Nine after last night's show, triumphing over his fears and bringing back 12 meals for camp after a gruelling trial.

Trapped Door saw the DJ squeeze himself through a tunnel among floods of critters.

And despite his phobia of confined spaces, Jordan was "absolutely buzzing" that they could all go to their sleeping bags with full bellies.

That included the two latecomers Ruthie and opera singer Russell Watson.

They questioned why Ruthie was wearing Jordan's jacket
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Ruthie was last night treated to a foot massage from Jordan
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It was the third trial Jordan has tackled.

He admitted to being more scared than he ever had in his life during Viper Vault, in which he was locked underground with only Shane Richie and snakes for company.

Jordan, Vernon Kay and Beverley Callard took on the notorious eating challenge, chowing down on some truly grim animal body parts.

Jordan conquered his fear in Trapped Door
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He was chuffed after winning 12 stars, and 12 meals for camp
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"There's no better feeling coming back to camp on your own and telling all your campmates you got 12 stars," Jordan gushed last night.

"Their reaction was better than what I imagined. I'm elated. I'm so happy."

Campmate and EastEnders star Jessica Plummer added: "We're all just so proud of him. Forget the food, it's not about the food.

"Jordan, vomit off the side of a cliff edge Jordan, got a full house all by himself. It's incredible."

He was dreading taking on Trapped Door
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Sir Mo takes a tumble in tonight's trial
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This came despite Jordan sharing that he felt "lonely" and "isolated" after the public voted for him to do the trial.

Tonight's show, though, will see the trial debut of Olympic gold medallist Sir Mo Farah, with Fort Locks.

A preview for the show sees Sir Mo scream in terror as he forced to plunge his hands into slime and face off against critters.

*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! airs tonight on ITV at 9pm.