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I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! star Russell Watson screamed his head off during Thursday's show after apparently seeing a ghost.
But the opera singer was actually putting on another performance, pretending to see a spooky apparition as part of a secret task.
A "jester" in a painting had been convincing Ruthie Henshall and Russell to complete secret tasks, with Ruthie getting a foot massage from Jordan.
Next, Ruthie and Russell had to sabotage when a question was given to the camp by Kiosk Cledwyn.
Russell put on a BAFTA-worthy performance
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The question was: "What was the first name of Shakespeare when he was baptised, A/William or B/Walter.".
Ruthie and Russell pushed for Walter so the camp all went along with them and said Walter, and were gutted when Kiosk Cledwyn slammed the shutter down, leaving them empty handed.
Next up, the jester called Russell over and said he’d won another four luxury items since he’d successfully completed the second prank.
Russell told his terrified campmates where he saw the ghost
He then told Russell the final prank would be to convince his fellow celebrities that he’d seen a ghost.
Russell went to his bed and then screamed at the top of his lungs in a panic, causing everyone to rushover to see if he was OK.
Russell said he had just seen a ghostly figure looking at him, a woman with a white face and grey hair, and his campmates were horrified.
Victoria Derbyshire, however, was having none of it and told him ghosts do not exist.
As Mo Farah returned to the camp, the campmates accused him of pranking Russell.
* I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! returns tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV.