Jordan North left I’m A Movie star viewers in hysterics as he battled his approach via the Viper Vault trial by repeatedly yelling about his ‘glad place’.
The Radio One DJ was joined by EastEnders star Shane Richie for the primary trial of the collection, and was trapped in an underground room full of snakes.
Tasked with relaying messages to Shane in a separate field, a terrified Jordan repeatedly screamed about his ‘glad place’ as he tried to get via the trials.
Claustrophobic and afraid of snakes, Jordan nearly didn’t do the trial in any respect, however was finally talked round for the sake of saving these in camp.
However even Ant and Dec couldn’t assist however snigger at his makes an attempt to maintain himself going, admitting they knew they shouldn’t snicker however couldn’t resist it.
Finally, as soon as he was out of the room, Ant and Dec requested the final word query: ‘What precisely was his glad place?’
Jordan went to his ‘glad place’ to get via the trials (Image: ITV)
And the reply was presumably simply as treasured as his efforts, replying Turf Moor – the house floor of Burnley FC, a group presently second from the underside of the Premier League and are but to win a recreation this season.
Viewers had been cracking up at Jordan however cheered on his efforts – even when Turf Moor wasn’t fairly the glad place that they had in thoughts.
Jordan and Shane, regardless of their fears, completely smashed it, and managed to get 9 out of the ten attainable stars on provide.
Sadly for Jordan, viewers are having fun with him struggling within the trials a lot that he’s now been put up as soon as once more.
Fortunately he pulled via and acquired 9 out of 10 stars (Image: Rex)
This time, he’ll be joined by Vernon Kay and Beverley Callard for Frights of The Spherical Desk… the primary consuming problem of the collection.
Will his infamously weak abdomen handle to carry out for this problem? Or is Ofcom about to get extra complaints about him vomiting on air?
Guess we’ll discover out tomorrow…
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